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BizGirl Recipe submitted by BizGirl - Dec 20th, 2008

    • Beef Tenders

    • Beef Tenders

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      Beef Tenders

      Serves: 12 | Prep time: 5 minutes


      • 6lbs lean beef tenderloin
      • 1 bottle (16oz) Italian salad dressing
      • Coarse black pepper to taste


      Marinate meat in salad dressing for 4 to 5 hours, turning periodically. Sprinkle with pepper and grill over charcoal to desired doneness. To serve, carve across the grain into slices and add a dollop of your favorite mustard.

      Source: Some magazine- It's Bill Clinton's favorite meat dish

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      Tags: maincourse beef tenderlion maincoarse grill tenders

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        • BizGirlBizGirl - Jan 1st, 2009
        • This is one of my favorite recipes. When I make this, I use Wishbone Italian dressing and I tie the meat so no area is larger than another. I turn the grill on high and sear the tenderloin. Then I put the flames on low and grill for 18-19 minutes per pound, turning occasionally. After I have reached my desired doneness (Rare 120° , Med 140°), I take it off the heat, cover it, and let it sit for 20 minutes. Letting it sit is very important. It traps the juices and makes it extra tasty.

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