Beef tenderloin



Nutrition Information*
Serving size: 1 fillets (177g)
Based on a 2000 calorie diet

DV %

14
--
0
0
19.3
42.5
78.5
4.2


Calories: 279.7
Total Sugars: 0g
Carb.: 0g
Fiber: 0g
Total Fats: 12.5g
Cholesterol: 127.4mg
Protein: 39.2g
Sodium: 100.9mg
*Data provided by USDA

Also known as the eye filet in Australia and New Zealand, beef tenderloin is a cut of meat from the middle of the cow. It is the most tender part of the cow, since the muscle which it refers to is fairly inactive. Tenderloin is often used for steaks and roasts.


Beef tenderloin is often found in recipes that also contain Marsala wine, gorgonzola cheese, pine nuts, beef broth, Italian seasoning and puff pastry