Roast Beef Tenderloin With Garlic and Rosemary

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In this beef tenderloin roast recipe, the meat is seasoned with a garlic and rosemary paste then seared in a cast-iron skillet (we like this one), and finished in a low oven. High-heat searing builds deep flavor by browning the well-seasoned exterior, while low-temperature (250°) roasting creates an evenly-cooked juicy interior with little risk of…

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In this beef tenderloin roast recipe, the meat is seasoned with a garlic and rosemary paste then seared in a cast-iron skillet (we like this one), and finished in a low oven. High-heat searing builds deep flavor by browning the well-seasoned exterior, while low-temperature (250°) roasting creates an evenly-cooked juicy interior with little risk of overcooking. It’s truly the best of both worlds. But it gets even better when you top off these thick slices of medium-rare beef with a tangy horseradish yogurt, a drizzle of rosemary infused butter, and a hearty sprinkle of salt. Luxurious as is, might we suggest pairing with a side of our very best, extra creamy mashed potatoes?

With minimal prep but some patience required, this simple recipe is perfect for a leisurely weekend or special occasion dinner. That said, make it an ambitious weeknight dinner by planning ahead and taking care of the bulk of work in advance. From there, your beef tenderloin will be ready in 40 minutes or less.

Editor’s note: This recipe was originally published on November 15, 2016.

Ingredients

8 servings

2

garlic cloves

2

tablespoons rosemary leaves, plus sprigs

1

4-pound trimmed center-cut beef tenderloin

Kosher salt, freshly ground pepper

1

tablespoon vegetable oil

1

cup plain whole-milk Greek yogurt

cup sour cream

2

tablespoons prepared horseradish

½

teaspoon finely grated lemon zest

3

tablespoons unsalted butter

Flaky sea salt (for serving)

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