Genrose’s Stuffed Beef Tenderloin
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 50 min. + standing
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Agreed. There was some serious nastiness in that comment, as well as many of her others! I am just here to learn how to better feed myself and my husband, not sling venom at others who wish to do the same.
I made the original recipe as is and a second one using a pork tenderloin omiting the onion and adding 1 thinly sliced granny smith apple. I made two sauces one made with whole cranberry sauce and sweet red wine the second was Hot apple cider with a little of the drippings and corn starch to thicken. both were the talk of the event. HIGH praise for Genrose, hope you submit more recipes
Why do you come on this site to complain about every recipe and now you are trying to make people feel stupid when they are giving their opinion about their own personal experience.. Seriously get a life..
kiltyone: Has it not occurred to you that a recipe is just a starting point or do you want some cheese with your whine? Herbs and spices to suit your taste work wonders. It's called "imagination". As to a sauce, has it occurred to you to research a simple red wine butter or blue cheese sauce or, God forbid, a Madeira sauce (easiest thing in the world to make)? If you prefer you can use canned gravy (sarcasm intended). I believe you have a computer. Do some work; not everything is given to you. This recipe stands on it's own and with my modifications I will make it again and again and... thank you Genrose
This is quite tasteless and has no appropriate sauce to serve with it.I would never make this again.I also used a prime tenderloin..What a WASTE!
Tender and delicious. The stuffing was savory and really gave the roast a mouth watering effect!
I made this for Easter dinner this year. I used a 2 lb tenderloin portion and cooked for about 45 minutes for a nice medium rare piece of meat. My husband and I couldn't stop raving about the flavors in this dish. It is definately a keeper.