Out in the backyard we marinade a beef tenderloin in balsamic and garlic, then grill it off. We finish up with a deep rich
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Hi, welcome to the Backyard. Today we are going to do a grilled beef tenderloin. We are going to marinate it first and then we are going to make a wonderful sauce going on top using this cabernet sauvignon.
So first off we are going to build the marinade for the steaks. So into a plastic container that we can seal and put in the fridge and shake, I am going to put some balsamic vinegar, some minced garlic, I have got 4 sprigs of rosemary and we are just going to bruise that. And as soon as you start bruising it you can really get that rosemary smell really strong; so that goes in and then some olive oil. Just give it a swirl to mix it up and then I have got a couple of steaks here and what you want to do is just get them into the marinade; just like marinating any other piece of meat. You get them in there and then, over the course of the next 3 or 4 hours, just turn them a few times; make sure that everything gets coated and we’ll put these on the grill for supper tonight.
The barbeque is ready to go. We have got a two-zone fire set up here in the German grill and you are looking for about a medium high heat. So, on to the steaks, and we’ll cook these to medium rare.
Yeah we’re done. So, pull these off and just a little bit of the cabernet sauce on the top—really thick reduction. Look at that? Serve that with some fresh garden vegetables, mashed potatoes, maybe an even a little bit of rice or the glass of the cabernet sauvignon that you used in the sauce and everybody will be smiling.
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