Recipe Beef Tenderloin Steak Blue Cheese Butter with Chili Basil Caramelized Shallots Butter Recipe


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Dry Aged Tenderloin Steak with Spicy Chili Basil Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Butter

Tenderloin steak with spicy gorgonzola blue cheese butter is a hearthy, easy and yet elegant dish for a romantic dinner or other special occation. Sure you can impressed your guess of your love one within, even the preparation is so easy. Take out the tenderloin steak about 30 minutes prior to cooking and let it reach room temperature, meanwhile, prepare the ingredients for the spicy chili and basilblue cheese butter. Obviously, everybody love tenderloin, especially the tips of it that usually called filet mignon in france. I had served tenderloin many ways, Tenderloin Steak with Roasted Garlic Sauce, Tenderloin Filet Mignon with Red Wine Demi Glace Sauce  or even cured it into Homemade Tenderloin Beef Bresaola. This tenderloin with chili basil blue cheese butter is another great option to cook tenderloin steak.

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Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Butter over Tenderloin Steak with Pan Fried King Oyster Mushrooms

Tenderloin is a lean muscles or meat which not much taking effort for the cow’s movement. Tenderloin is tender, just like how it’s named. Tenderloin cut is least affected by the fat marbling grading, you should check the cross section of grade 3 marbling point tenderloin to grrade 12 marbling point wagyu tenderloin, you’ll find not much different on the ammunt of of white fat distributes between the muscles on it.  This makes the cheap tenderloin is just as tender as the insanely pricey wagyu tenderloin. The difference between the  pricey wagyu tenderloin from the cheap ones is on the flavour, the pricey beef might be take from a cattle that feed with best selection of whole grain, corn, nuts, fresh grass and stuffs, this made the the meat is got more complex flavour.

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Tenderloin Steak with Spicy Chili Basil and Caramelized Shallots Blue Cheese Butter

I love dry aging and curing meats at home, my previously 2 days dry aged Kobe Beef Ribeye with Creamy Mushrooms Sauce using Heston Blumenthal perfect steak method turn out really good. The steak is tender, juice and really beefy, so then i really need to give this home fridge beef aging method to the next level.  Seaching all over the internet for home dry aging beef method made me stumble upon to Seriouseats Complete Guide to Dry-Aging Beef at Home, the author describe that individual steak with a thickness 1 1/2 inches or less that dry aged for a week turn into inedible dried out meat. 7 days dry aged beef at fridge left you about 1 cm thickmess of edible meat after you trimming the hard and moldy layer and this means impossible to cookit lower than well-done.

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14 Days Dry Aged Beef Tenderloin, Trimmed Off, Note the Dark Red Color!

I gotta proved this easy homemade beef aging using fridge theory myself. So then i went to the fresh market and asked the buther to cut 2 tenderloin steaks with about 6-7 cm (2-2 1/2 inches) thickness for each of it. I’m using a regular cattle tenderloin for this project, regular beef tenderloin means the beef even didn’t given any marbling point grading. Nothing to worried about, if the result is compeletely big fat zero i’m not gonna feeling really bad about it anyway. The meat, check! now the fridge must be totally cleaned out from other veggies and herbs, otherwise it’s gonna be ruined the meat. All the fresh ingredients including veggies, potatoes, fruits and herbs is put in a air sealed tupperware. The beef tenderloin got the second rack of my fridge all for itself to let the air surrounding the meat circulates better. I left the beef tenderloin lay in a shallow metal rack for seven days in my fridge without any wrapping and flip it every 2 days. I set the fridge in the “dry mode” and kept the fridge door closed unless i really-really need to get things out of it because to often opening the door made temperature inside the fridge fluctuated and it’s undesireable in dry aging beef.

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Dry Aged Beef Tenderloin Steak with Blue Cheese Butter

Right after the tenderloin beef dry aged for 14 days in the fridge, i observed the meat layered by a waxy crust without any spot of white mold in the bottom and it’s pretty normal for dry aged beef. I trimmed the hard waxy layer all over the surfave of the beef tenderloin and left about 4-5 cm (1 1/2-2 inches) thickness of edible meat. The 14 days dry aged tenderloin got a bloody dark red color with a distinct beefy smells. The texture of 14 days dry aged beef tenderloin is more bounchy compare to the fresh ones due to the moisture loss.  The verdict of my dry aged tenderloin according to my taste buds, the steak is really tender and melt in mouth, i really mean it for real. For more complexion of beef flavour on your dry aged tenderloin, you can continue to dry aged beef to 45 or 60 days,  don’t get hesitate that your beef gonna be completely drained out because it wont. Right after the first two weeks of aging, the muscle fibers closely packed and seal the moisture from the inner side meat. In the other hand, the enzyme continued to break down the muscle and developing more complex flavour. The 14 days old and 45 days old dry aged beef  gonna had almost the same thickness of dry waxy layer of meat to be trimmed off.

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Spicy Blue Cheese Butter Ingredients

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Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Butter with Chilies, Lemon Basil, and Caramelized Red Shallots

The gorgonzola blue cheese butter for my 14 days dry aged tenderloin steak in this recipe is really simple and yet burst with flavour. I mixed roughly chopped basil, sauteed and caramelized chopped  red shallots and chilies, then stir it with gorgonzola blue cheese and clarified butter. The gorgonzola cheese butter got a really complex flavour, sweet from the caramelized shallots, nutty from the clarified butter, spicy hot from the chilies, herbs fragrance of Thai lemon basil and all of that overwhelm with salty and pungent blue cheese. All the ingredients must be chilled before mixed, then after mixed well i put it in a cling wrapping plastic and then rolled it to assemble a cylindrical log. Wrapping it once more with alumunium foil made it chilled even better in the fridge. The spicy chili and basil blue cheese butter log than cut into a thick coin and place over the tenderloin steak, melt a little bit and there you go to enjoy it.

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Dry Aged Tenderloin Steak with Semi Melted Chili Basil Blue Cheese Butter

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Tenderloin Steak with Melted Blue Cheese Butter

This spicy chili and basil gorgonzola butter using clarified butter that really had a lower temperature melting point compare with the regular butter. Blue cheese butter with clarified butter is so easy to melt as you see in the photograph, so i need to keep it chilled before serving instead it’s spreadable rather than plateable. Clarified butter is renderred butter without the milk content, that’s why the clarified butter color is yellow instead of white. Clarified butter got a nutty flavour, a complex combination of almond and peanut. You can use regular butter for a better presentation, it’s hold it’s form and pretty easier to photograph as well.

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Recipe Dry Aged Tenderloin Steak with Spicy Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Butter

Dry Aged Tenderloin Steak Recipe with Spicy Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Butter:

Ingredients :

  • 2 @ 25o gr 14 days dry aged tenderloin stek
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp melted butter
  •  seasalt and freshly grounded black peppercorn

How to Cook Dry Aged Tenderloin Steak with Heston Blumenthal Method:

  • Take your dry aged tenderloin steaks out of the fridge for a couple of hours until reach the room temperature
  • Rub all the dry aged tenderloin  steak with salt and black peppercorn and make sure it coated evenly
  • Heat up your griller until as hot as it could be
  • Set your stopwatch to countdown the time
  • Pour the  olive oil and melted butter to the dry aged tenderloin steak
  • Grill the dry aged tenderloin  steak and let cook it for 15 seconds.
  • Flip the tenderloin steak over and over again every 15 seconds until it’s got a nice charred and crusted surface for about totally 1 minutes (i’m using 250 gr tenderloin steak, you need about 2-3 minutes for larger steak)
  • Check the tenderloin beef steak doness (medium rare is preferred) with meat thermometer (135F for medium rare)
  • let it rest for at least 2-3 minutes (i’m using 250 gr tenderloin steak, you need about 5 minutes for larger steak)
  • Served the perfectly grilled dry aged tenderloin steak with the spicy chili basil blue cheese butter.

Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Butter with Chili, Basil and Caramelized Shallots Recipe:

  • 20 gr finely chopped chilies (deseeded first to reduce the hotness)
  • 5o gr finely chopped red shallots
  • 30 gr finely chopped fresh lemon basil leaves
  • 50 gr crumbled gorgonzola blue cheese
  • 100 gr clarified butter
  • lime zest*optional
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • Plastic cling film for wrapping and rolling thegorgonzola butter
  • Alumunium foil for wrapping the gorgonzola butter

How to Make Chili Basil Gorgonzola Butter :

  • Heat up the olive oil in a sauce pan, saute the  red shallots and chilies over medium low heat until browned and  caramelized for about 5 minutes, set aside and chilled in the fridge
  • Lay a  plastic cling film in a table, set aside
  • In a glass bowl, mix all ingredients until well blend
  • Put it in over the cling film and then roll it to made a cylindrical log
  • Wrap it with alumunium foin and let it refrigerate until set
  • Serve the spicy chili basil blue cheese butter  with the dry aged grilled tenderloin steak

 Fun Dentistry Fact:

Cleaning your tonge right after you brush your teeth reduced the amount of bad germs that produce volatil sulphuric compound in your mouth and prevent halitosis or bad breath. You can use tonge scrapper or tonge cleaner and scrapping the rear of your tonge to remove any slimey semi solid saliva.

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41 thoughts on “Recipe Beef Tenderloin Steak Blue Cheese Butter with Chili Basil Caramelized Shallots Butter Recipe

  1. I’m happy to see that you like the dry aging technique I suggested. I’ve only dry aged for a few days but it’s good to know you can do it longer and the meat is still delicious. We’ll be dry aging a steak for dinner tomorrow night and I’ll make this compound butter for sure.

  2. What a feast for beef lovers! I love king oyster mushrooms and have always thought they are so meaty… so combining them with beef sounds like an excellent idea!

  3. Dedy – this looks fantastic, and I just bought some tenderloin his morning at the market. Can’t wait to try this one night this week. That Gorgonzola butter looks like it might have several uses!

  4. Dear Dede, you have got the most perfect looking piece of beef tenderloin here – just amazing! Your recipe, the pictures and the presentation are absolutely fabulous! Goodness, I would love to have a taste, please!

  5. Hi, that is one meal I would love to try!! that meat looks so beautifully cooked. I keep meaning to try blue cheese but keep putting it off thinking I might not like it, but maybe I should try your blue cheese butter!!.

  6. Far out my friend…. You are one amazing cook! 🙂 Steak and blue cheese, one of the best combos around. Delicious! If only my computer screen was scratch and sniff, I want a bite!

  7. OMG! What a beautiful piece of meat…and the sound and the look of the butter just look amazing…I would love to have a big bite of this steak.
    Hope you are having a great week Dedy 😀

  8. Reblogged this on Rammiegirl 2.0 and commented:
    Hello everyone!

    I apologize for the lack of bloggery, as it is finals week. However, I did come across this recipe from Dentist Chef that looked really amazing. I may try it out when I go back home this weekend or maybe it may be something to do over the American Labor Day holiday weekend coming up. Somehow the idea of blue cheese butter sounds really amazing with steak. I hope you enjoy this post, do stop by his site if you like this for other great recipes. Rammiegirl blogging will commence this weekend! Be warned, it may be a massive upload of articles just to catch up for my up and coming food adventures back home! Thanks again for being such awesome readers and best wishes for the week.


  9. OMG. Have missed so many of your beautiful posts lately. This is my type of meal Dedy. Gorgonzola is one of my top five cheeses, and that perfect mound resting on top of that beautiful-looking steak looks amazing. Impressed that you age your own steak. I always buy mine pre-aged, but keen to give it a try one of these days! Love your dentistry facts!

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