Premium Angus Beef - Tenderloin

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Say hello to premium angus tenderloin cuts from Tenderbites! Use only the leanest and juiciest beef cuts for your filet mignon or salpicado.

Premium Angus Beef - Tenderloin

Any Cut,
Any Request
Packed How
You Want It

Indulge in TenderBites’ oh-so-juicy Angus beef tenderloins and go on a gastronomic adventure with every bite. This premium meat has a delicious taste and enough marbling that will leave you wanting more. It’s fully-trimmed so you can easily grill, roast, broil, or pan sear these choice cuts to perfection.

Angus tenderloin beef can be prepared in various ways. Take note that, when making steaks, the doneness of your beef depends on the temperature you cook it in and the color of its center. For example, rare tenderloins have a bright red center, and medium and medium-rare beef have a pink center. Medium well Angus beef has a brown center, while well done has a darker brown center.

  • Rare - 120 to 125°F
  • Medium rare - 130 to 135°F
  • Medium - 140 to 145°F
  • Medium well - 150 to 155°F
  • Well done - over 160°F 

TenderBites offers Angus tenderloin beef cuts and other premium meats perfect as the main course for your next salu-salo or special dinners. Our per-kilo basis gives you more options as to how much meat you can buy. Whether you’re having a grand celebration or you just want to treat yourself a little.

Our master butchers follow an “any cut, any request” policy, so you get your meat just the way you want it. We can also pack all your orders according to your preferred serving sizes.

Get your premium meat only from TenderBites.

 Angus Beef Tenderloin Recipes:

  • Filet mignon
  • Chateaubriand
  • Beef tenderloin roast with red wine sauce
  • Pepper crusted beef tenderloin

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I store Angus beef?
Raw meat can be kept in the refrigerator for three days without affecting its edibility or taste. However, if you plan to store it for an extended period, ensure you wrap the Angus tenderloin and place it inside an airtight container and place it in the freezer instead of the fridge.
Can I refreeze Angus beef?
It is not recommended to refreeze meat that has been thawed as this encourages bacteria production. Make sure to cook all the beef and refrigerate leftovers instead of refreezing the uncooked and thawed beef cuts.
What’s the best temperature to cook Angus tenderloin beef?
The temperature depends on the kind of cook you want your Angus beef to achieve. These cuts should ideally be cooked at 135 to 140°F. You may use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature to achieve your ideal doneness perfectly.
How do you cook Angus beef?
Angus beef is best cooked over high heat to achieve a nicely browned exterior and a juicy and luscious interior. You can either grill or sear it in a smoking skillet and finish off in an oven until it reaches your desired internal temperature.

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