You Can Get Better Filet Mignon With A Simple Trick
By LAUREN ROTHMAN
Food - Drink
Always a favorite on steakhouse menus, filet mignon is actually quite simple to prepare at home, and it's a perfect choice for a special occasion dinner. Want to serve a filet to someone special? There's an essential tip that will turn out a flavorful, tender steak that's well worth its price tag.
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Filet mignon is tender, but it's also short on fat, which can make it turn out dry. The secret to overcoming this problem is simple but effective — baste it with butter. This will ensure that the filet turns out tender and juicy, making for a great steak dinner at home.
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According to Eat This, Not That!, the method is simple — Bring the filet mignon to room temperature, season it heavily, and cook it with a generous amount of butter in a cast iron pan, using a spoon to continually baste the top of the steak with the melted butter. Cook for about five minutes per side, then roast it at 400 degrees for three more minutes, let it rest, and voila! Dinner is served.
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