Unpeeled whole tenderloins are cheaper to buy but require more work to prepare for roasting. The most expensive option of beef tenderloin is the third option. It requires less prep work by you since the fat and trimmings have been removed. Some butchers also tie it for you, ready for roasting straight away.

what is the best way to cook beef tenderloin?

The best way to cook beef tenderloin in two easy steps: sear first, then roast in the oven to finish it off. You get the best, crispy browned exterior without drying it out. It’s easier than you think!

Next, the red wine sauce. It’s completely optional, so easy and absolutely incredible. You will feel like a gourmet chef serving this beef tenderloin to your guests.[Read more]