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Whole Tenderloin | USDA Prime

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Description of Whole Tenderloin | USDA Prime

This is the most lean, tender part of the animal, there also isn’t that much of it per steer which is why its so expensive and coveted. There are only two tenderloins per steer and its where we get high-end items such as filet mignon and its a key component of the T-Bone and porterhouse. Wrap it in our awesome BACON and enjoy them even more.

Buying the whole tenderloin means you can get the three cuts, the butt, the center-cut, and the tail. The butt end is usually suitable for carpaccio, as the eye can be quite large; cutting a whole tenderloin into steaks of equal weight will yield proportionally very thin steaks from the butt end. The center-cut is suitable for portion-controlled steaks, as the diameter of the eye remains relatively consistent.

Note that PSMO stands for: Peeled, Side Muscle On (meaning that the fat is removed, but silver skin remains). You will need to cut this piece of beef into portions, but you will save some money by doing it.... and you get to play around with knives and feel like a butcher!

Source: Midwestern Farms

This product has been aged for 30+ Days to improve tenderness and flavor

Grade: USDA Prime | Black Angus Beef | Top 2% of USDA Prime

 Best for: Grilling, Braised, Pan-Seared, Broiled

 Best Cooked: Medium-Rare, Medium

We suggest to cook it quickly over high heat, so that the exterior becomes nicely browned while leaving the interior juicy and medium rare.

 

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Reviewed by James C.
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Excellent

I bought 2 f these whole tenderloins and made beef Wellingtons.

A crowd pleaser, no leftovers

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Worth the money. I usually get my tenderloins at Costco. This Prime beef was much better. I cut it in half prior to cooking, and you could see the marble in the beef. I sous vide both halves at 128 for about 1 and half hours. Then finished in butter, garlic and thyme on cast iron. While beef rest, I seared onions in the juices from the sous vide bag. After 10 mins or rest, sprinkled sea salt and was good to go. Perfect medium rare on the thicker cut, medium rare plus on the narrow end.

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The meat was perfect for my dinner party . Thank you

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