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Beef filet trimmings?

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  • marshall
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    • Jul 2017
    • 677

    Beef filet trimmings?

    Bought a whole beef tenderloin today and usually have the butcher grind the trimmings into burger, but the grinder was down. So I just had them package up the trimming. Any suggestions on what to do with them other than grind it myself ( I do have a grinder) just curious if there is another good use other than burgers. Even though I absolutely love my filet burgers! Click image for larger version

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  • barelfly
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    #2
    I’ve made green chile stew with trimmings, you could do any kind of stew I suppose as well.

    That’s one idea at least.

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      #3
      Along th stew theme, chili comes to mind...

      Then again, fer me, it always does...

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        #4
        They would make an excellent stir fry. Think pepper steak, but there are a lot of Chinese recipes that call for bite sized pieces of beef.

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        • Bogy
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          RonB, I was also thinking of stir fry. Then again, I'm always thinking of stir fry.

        • Bkhuna
          Bkhuna commented
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          That's the first thing that came to my mind.

        • marshall
          marshall commented
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          Mmm. That might be a winner!
      • scottranda
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        #5
        Shish kabobs with the meatier pieces.

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        • marshall
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          Yes!!!!! Thanks
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        #6
        Beef Love from the rendered leftover fat. Stir fry in some of that.

        Kathryn
        Last edited by fzxdoc; November 25, 2020, 07:21 AM.

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        • ssandy_561
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          • Apr 2015
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          • Central OHIO

          #7
          Rough chop it up and make steak subs. This is what I do with the tenderloin trimmings after I break one down.

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          • marshall
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            Fantastic thank you!!!

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