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Grilled Beef Tenderloin Filet Recipe

Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
25 min
Serves 2
In this Recipe

Our Leahy’s Angus Beef Tenderloin Filets are wonderful when grilled, but you need to be careful not to overcook the filets. It can be easy to overcook these prized pieces of meat, and with something so delicate, you don’t want to cook them too long! Never fear, this simple recipe will help you perfectly grill your filets.


  • 2 Leahy’s Angus Beef Tenderloin Filets (Cut at least 1.5″ thick for grilling)
  • LGCM Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub


  1. Season the filets on all sides with the LGCM Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub, or your favorite steak seasoning. Let sit at room temperature while you heat the grill.

  2. Heat your grill to medium high heat, and set up for direct heat cooking. Once the grill is hot, place the tenderloin filets directly over the heat, and cook for approximately 8 minutes. Cook for 2 minutes per side on the long sides, then cook for 1 minute per side on the short sides. This will help ensure even cooking, and a beautiful sear on all sides.

  3. Take a temperature of the filets while it is on the grill. We recommend removing the filets at approximately 135ºF for medium-rare, or 140ºF for medium. We do not recommend cooking beyond medium. Let rest for 5 minutes before serving and enjoy.

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3 Reviews for Grilled Beef Tenderloin Filet

    Tried this recipe, the result was brilliant, thank you!

    2, 2

    Receipt is ok. Why do you not define medium temp? Is it 350, 275, or whatever.

      For direct heat cooking sources like a grill or stovetop, directions are often based on what you should turn the burners to in their heat range. In this case, medium high (between medium and high). If a grill is not closed or in a setting where there is an open burner, it would be impractical to get a temperature reading. If you are looking for a reading on the heat inside the grill that is cooking on medium-high, that would be approximately 400ºF.