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Getting a little gourmet on you and a little fancier recipe
than usual....don't worry it doesn't mean more difficult.
This beef recipe for a gourmet grilled BEEF TENDERLOIN TOPPED
WITH BLUE CHEESEe is restaurant and holiday worthy. Now I
realize that not everyone appreciates blue cheese but this
is a delicate cheesy crust atop your beef tenderloin with
fresh herbs that will just make your mouth water and worth
exploring. So don't store away that grill yet - get creative!

Enjoy!
Marzee
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RECIPE: BEEF TENDERLOIN Topped WITH BLUE CHEESE

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INGREDIENTS:
8 beef tenderloin steaks
3 tbsp of olive oil
2 tbsp of red wine vinegar
1 cup of crumbled blue cheese
1 tbsp of chopped fresh thyme
1 tbsp if chopped fresh rosemary
1/2 cup of chopped onion
1 chopped garlic clove
1/2 cup of Italian breadcrumbs
2 tbsp of water
1/2 tsp of ground pepper

DIRECTIONS:
Wipe and pat dry the steaks with a damp cloth. Mix the oil,
vinegar, and ground pepper. Brush the mixture over the steaks.
Let the steaks stir in the fridge for 2 hours, turning
occasionally. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a food
processor and mix until it becomes a thick paste. On a greased
grill, cook the steaks for 3-4 minutes, flip them over, and
cover with the cheese mix. Pat the cheese mix down with a
spatula to flatten it. Cook for another few minutes until the
cheese is melted and the steaks are at the desired doneness.

Categories: Beef, Grilling



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