Beef Tenderloin Filets with Blue Cheese Topping
Beef Tenderloin Filets are incredibly tender, buttery smooth, and yummy, but what they don’t have is a ton of beef flavor. That dilemma can be fixed by following this recipe that we based on a recipe from the Beef Council. Just by adding this simple to make topping to your steaks, it’s like you’re enjoying a steakhouse meal from the comfort of your own home.
The topping can be used for more than just tenderloin filets, so feel free to copy this recipe to your other favorite steaks! You can also customize the recipe by using different rubs on the steaks, changing the amount of blue cheese in the topping, or adding chives or other herbs to the topping. Did you tweak the recipe at all? Let us know your changes in the comments below.
Add the cream cheese, blue cheese crumbles, yogurt, minced onion, and white pepper to a small bowl, and whisk together to combine. Set aside in the refrigerator.
Season the steaks to your taste with the Ultimate Steak and Roast Rub, then place steaks on rack in broiler pan so surface of beef is 2 to 3 inches from heat. Broil 13 to 16 minutes for medium rare (145°F) to medium (160°F) doneness, turning once. One to two minutes before steaks are done, top evenly with topping.
Once the steaks are done, remove from the oven, and sprinkle the tops of the finished steaks with the chopped parsley. Enjoy!
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