How to find/cook the best filet mignon?
When you decide you want to eat Filet mignon you need to know what kind of Filet mignon will be most satisfying to your taste buds, what is the best way to cook Filet mignon, and tricks to know when your Filet mignon is cooked to perfection. There is really only one thing you need to look for in selecting the best possible Filet mignon, that is examining the color of the Filet Mignon to see which ones are lighter red in color rather than darker red in color. If you want a tender Filet mignon you should always pick the lighter colored Filet’s. These Filet mignons’ will tend to have the most flavor and juice. Lighter colored Filet mignons’ have streaks of white fat over them which is called marbling. When cooking the Filet mignon cut there is no reason to go beyond a medium rare-stage because of how tender the Filet mignon is. Another thing when cooking Filet mignon you will want to use a dry, high heat method such as roasting, pan-frying or grilling for this fine cut. To check the Filet Mignon you will want to press into it with a utensil rather than cut into it because you will let out the precious juices more so than pressing your fingers. A method to checking if the Filet mignon is ready is when pressing into the Filet mignon and if it feels soft and mushy leaving an imprint then the Filet mignon is rare. However if Filet mignon is soft but returns to original form slightly, it is medium-rare. Medium-rare is the most popular choice when selecting the readiness of the Filet mignon.
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