How to avoid common mistakes when cooking beef tenderloin. Whether you're cooking tenderloin steaks for your sweetheart or roasting the whole cut for a crowd, here are five mistakes to avoid, plus some tips, so your efforts and money are well-spent!
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A quick trick to test the doneness of your beef. The fleshy part of your palm mimics the tenderness of your beef. For example, if you like your steak rare, your beef should be as soft as your palm while it's wide open and relaxed.