While it can be unhealthy to eat too much fatty red meat, lean red meat doesn't raise your cholesterol and contains nutrients like protein, vitamin B12, iron, niacin, and zinc. Beef tenderloin is a lean, delicious and healthy way to go.
Often deemed the most tender cut of beef, tenderloin provides an exceptional eating experience at a smaller portion size. Our tenderloin delivers rich, juicy flavors whether cooked, grilled, or broiled.
It is much leaner than its conventional counterpart, as well as higher in key nutrients, including antioxidants, vitamins, and a beneficial fat called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) that's been tied to improved immunity and anti-inflammation benefits.
It is a slight exaggeration to say you can cut it with a fork, but the tenderloin is the most tender cut of all. No matter how you prepare tenderloin it is sure to please both family and friends alike.
Cooking tips: Tenderloin is best served rare or medium-rare, so use a thermometer to make sure it doesn't get cooked past 140°F in the center.