This One-Pan Beef Tenderloin & Roasted Vegetables is impressively easy and is the perfect meal for a memorable date night at home.
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Whether it’s on Valentine’s Day or any other day of the year, there’s nothing wrong with treating your sweetie to a special meal at home. This One-Pan Beef Tenderloin with Roasted Vegetables will impress your sweetheart without leaving you exhausted from preparing the meal!
Beef tenderloin is where the holy grail of steaks comes from….the filet mignon. Filet mignon is cut from the smaller end of the beef tenderloin but for this recipe, the butcher at Sprouts provided me with a cut from the thicker part of the tenderloin, which works better when roasting.
This entire meal (which will leave you with some leftovers) + a bottle of red wine from Sprouts cost $42. There’s no way you could go out and order a filet mignon meal plus wine for two for less than that!
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When selecting the vegetables to roast with the beef, I wanted a variety of colors so I chose rainbow carrots, baby red potatoes, and for something green, Brussels sprouts! Roasted Brussels sprouts are heaven. I had not roasted cippolini onions at home before but have had them at restaurants and love how sweet they are with a mild onion flavor. They worked perfectly with all of the other vegetables!
To make this one-pan meal successful, you’ll need to separate the vegetables from the beef with different sheets of aluminum foil. The veggies will take up about 3/4 of the pan and the beef can be placed on the remaining 1/4 of the pan. For even roasting of the beef and to allow the juices to drip from the roast, I made a “roasting ring” with aluminum foil, as pictured below.
Place the beef on top of the ring after rubbing in the yummy herb + oil mixture.
This same olive oil, thyme, and Garlic & Herb seasoning is what the Brussels sprouts, red potatoes, carrots, and cippolini onions get tossed in before roasting. Helllllllooooo beauties ♥
Pop that pan in the oven and in 45 minutes or less, dinner is served! To cook your beef to perfection, use a meat thermometer to test the internal temperature. Beef tenderloin is best at medium rare or medium so if you aren’t a fan of a little rareness with beef, this may not be the best recipe for you.
Make sure to let the beef tenderloin rest for 10 minutes after removing from the oven. This ensures that the tenderloin stays juicy for flavorful once you slice into it. I know it will be tempting to slice a piece off right away but be patient….it’s totally worth it!
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