Treat yourself to French Onion Beef Tenderloin
By Eating Well
Published: Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012, 8:57 p.m.
Festive eating at this time of year should not be restricted to holiday repasts.
Simple yet special dinners with the immediate family or with a couple of friends call for recipes like this. We took the comforting flavors of French onion soup and turned them into an easy bistro-style steak dinner.
Tender filet mignon gets smothered with sweet, caramelized onions and topped by a crispy, Swiss cheese-covered crostino.
To double this recipe, use two large skillets, and prepare one 4-serving recipe in each.
Serve with green beans and mashed potatoes with buttermilk and chives.
EatingWell is a magazine and website — eatingwell.com —devoted to healthy eating.
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