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How to make it

  • Process chutney in a food processor until smooth. Add ketchup, chili sauce, steak sauce, worcestershire sauce and hot sauce. Process until blended and chill for 2 hours.
  • Remove sauce from refrigerator and warm in a small pan until room temperature.
  • Stir together butter, salt and pepper. Rub over tenderloin. Place on a greased rack in a jellyroll pan or broiling pan. Fold narrow end of tenderloin underneath.
  • Bake at 500 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until meat reaches 145 degrees (medium rare). Remove from oven, cover loosely with aluminum foil and let stand for 15 minutes.
  • Slice tenderloin and pour sauce over slices on plate

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  • dugger 7 years ago
    You know, by reading this I realize I did not specify what Chutney was. There are many, many variants.

    Chutney is similar in consistency to jelly, salsa or relish, and is used as a sweet and sour condiment. Usually made fresh, chutney contains fruit and sugar to give it a sweet taste, and almost all chutney contains vinegar and perhaps onions to give it a corresponding sour flavor. The ingredients are mixed together and then simmered slowly. While chutney is primarily sweet and sour, there can also be many variations of spices, often giving it a hot and spicy flavor.

    Typically for this recipe I use mango chutney but that is up to the devourer to choose. It's hard to screw up a Beef Tenderloin. Unless you coat it in asphalt.
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  • merlin 9 years ago
    Sounds good to me. I will definitely try this. Thanks.
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    it WAS delicious thanks!joymarie
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  • dugger 9 years ago
    No, it won't be same old! Well maybe it is old ...But Henry Bain Sauce is an established delicacy. Forget it is ketchup fortified, just enjoy. It is a delicious combination.
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  • esherbow 9 years ago
    Ketchup on a tenderloin?? Hmmm... Well, maybe. I'm printing it out. It certainly won't be the "same old, same old"!
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