How To Prepare Beef Tenderloin On The Grill

Turn your next barbecued meal into a special occasion with this GRILLED BEEF TENDERLOIN

I’ve always loved this excellent cut of beef, especially when it’s served my favorite medium-rare. Nothing else compares to it. So if you’re a meat lover, cook grilled beef tenderloin according to our detailed instructions. We bet you’ll savour and enjoy each and every bite.

Creating this main course from scratch is a little nerve-wracking. If overcooking meat is your biggest fear, this recipe will help you succeed greatly.

Why Beef Tenderloin Is Great for the Grill

A boneless beef cut that cooks to a juicy, tender texture is called tenderloin. It’s ideal to cook on the grill because the high heat sears the tenderloin’s exterior, leaving it browned and flavorful.

Cooking the beef outside prevents smoke from entering your kitchen during the searing process, as a lot of smoke can develop. Additionally, if you’re feeding a large group of people, a grill can accommodate a larger roast. Additionally, you can prepare other meals in your oven and stovetop by using the grill.

How to Cook Beef Tenderloin

If our family has a go-to “special” dinner, grilled beef tenderloin is unquestionably at the top of the list. We always have Mom’s Southern bourbon-glazed beef tenderloin recipe for Christmas, which never fails to impress guests and feels way more decadent than your typical weeknight dinner. We also have ham for Easter and turkey for Thanksgiving.

How To Prepare Beef Tenderloin On The Grill

Let’s not get carried away, though. I’m not going to give you some intricate, taxing, or challenging beef tenderloin recipe that will take up hours of your precious time on Christmas Day (or any other day of the year). Oh, heck no! This only tastes fancy!.

Since the majority of the work is actually completed the day before, you can prepare the meal ahead of time and simply enjoy your special holiday dinner the following day without having to worry about anything. My mother’s “secret” recipe is no longer very secret, so I pestered her for it. In actuality, Mom merely modified a recipe for beef tenderloin that was taken from Weber’s Big Book of Grilling. Mom’s modifications over the years have made the recipe even simpler, which is ideal for impatient, time-pressed home cooks like me! Although we prefer grilled beef tenderloin, the meat can also be cooked in the oven. You can find both sets of instructions in the recipe box below.

How To Prepare Beef Tenderloin On The Grill