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Saturday, March 30, 2013

EMMBER ROASTED GARLIC PETITE TENDER BEEF FILET

EMMBER ROASTED GARLIC 
PETITE TENDER BEEF FILET
DINNER AT HOME

Cruising through Sam's Club and saw something that I rarely notice at Sam's.  A product was marked down for quick sale.  The Emmber Roasted Garlic Petite Beef Filet that was originally almost $17 was on sale for $9.64.  I turned the package over and saw that there were two pre-maritnated filet's and did the math.  For under $10 I could feed the family dinner for two days.  Cooking these filet's is super easy.  Preheat the oven to 425 degrees and simply place the beef on a cooking rack over a pan.  We cooked the filets until the internal temperature was 145 degrees.  This resulted in a filet that was just over medium rare.  The meat had flavor and you could really taste the garlic.  Verdict on this one is pretty good especially if you can buy the product for almost 50% off the regular price.  I served the filet with vegetables that we had in the refrigerator.  Carrots, celery, asparagus and bell peppers.  Quick saute in butter, ginger and garlic.  Finished with salt and pepper and splash of honey.  

EMMBER ROASTED GARLIC PETITE TENDER BEEF FILET.
MARKED DOWN TO $9.64 FOR TWO FILET'S
TWO FILET'S FOR UNDER TEN BUCKS - THAT'S DINNER FOR THREE FOR TWO
NIGHTS FOR FIVE BUCKS A NIGHT
ONE OF TWO FILET'S IN PACKAGE MARINATED IN GARLIC, SALT AND PEPPER
SAUTEED SOME CARROTS, ASPARAGUS, BELL PEPPER AND CELERY
IN FRESH GINGER, GARLIC, BUTTER AND HONEY
BAKED IN OVEN AT 425 DEGREES UNTIL INTERNAL TEMPERATURE IS 145 DEGREES.
THE FILETS SHRUNK A BIT AND BROKE APART AFTER COOKING
AFTER RESTING FILET FOR FIVE MINUTES WE CUT IN
PETITE TENDER BEEF FILET WITH SAUTEED VEGETABLES AND RICE


4 comments:

geomauldin said...

Nicely done. I got one too, and it really didn't have complete cooking instructions for me. (Novice cook). I like your additions and simple approach. Just wish I lived next door and could come over to eat with you and your family!!

Anonymous said...

GREAT Idea Posting This! If I Hadn't found It I Wouldn't Have Been So Confident.

Anonymous said...

I am not a picky person but this meat tasted so bad that I had to throw it away! It had a strong beefy flavor that was awful. I'm so dissapointed in Sam's for selling it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, beef usually has a strong beefy flavor. Maybe you are just a chicken person and should avoid beef products.

Good Post though!