Bacon-wrapped Filet Mignon with Roasted Romaine Recipe
Loubier's Bacon-wrapped Filets with Roasted Romaine
This classic dish gets kicked up a few notches by adding Loubier's Mild All Purpose Rub, a featured box item.
- 1 tbsp Loubier Gourmet Mild All Purpose Rub ((featured box item))
- 2 steaks Filet Mignon / Tenderloin ((thick cut))
- 2 strips Applewood Smoked Bacon ((thick cut))
- ½ tbsp Olive Oil
- 4 tbsp Butter
- 2 cloves Garlic
- Rosemary ((or your preferred herb))
Roasted Romaine Ingredients:
- ½ tsp Loubier Gourmet Mild All Purpose Rub
- 1 head Romaine Lettuce ((small))
- ½ Onion ((thinly sliced))
- ½ Tomato ((thinly sliced))
- Crumbled Blue Cheese
- 1 tbsp Ranch Dressing
Preheat the pan on high with no oil.
Coat steaks with olive oil. Rub with Loubier Gourmet Mild All Purpose Rub.
Sear one side for a couple minutes until preferred crust is developed.
NOTE: Try not to move the filet too much.
When you flip the filets, let them sear for a minute or so, then it's time to baste them: Add your butter, garlic and herbs.
Once your butter has melted, grab a spoon, tilt the pan towards you and begin to pick the butter mixture with the spoon and pour it over the steaks.
NOTE: Feel free to put the garlic and herbs on top of the steaks while you do this.
Do this for a minute or so, or until internal temperatures have reached 10 below 125 degrees F for Rare, 130 degrees F for Medium Rare, 140 degrees F for Medium, 150 degrees F for Medium-well, or 160 degrees F for Well-done.
NOTE: Let rest for 10 minutes so the steaks successfully hit your preferred temperature.
Roasted Romaine Directions:
Rinse romaine head in the sink, then cut in half and set aside to dry.
Thinly slice the onion and tomato for topping.
Grill the romaine in a pan over an open flame, half cut side down for just 20 seconds to add color.
Toss in the dressing and finish with a few pinches of Loubier Gourmet Mild All Purpose Rub.
Crumble blue cheese over romaine halves and top with tomato and onion.
Serve with your Filet Mignon and enjoy!
Thanks to Loubier Gourmet for this recipe!
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