If you can’t get medallions, buy filet mignon (tenderloin steaks) and cut them in half to a 1/2-inch thickness yourself.
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Really quick and easy and very tasty! Just the thing for an after work supper or a fabulous dinner party main.
I found a tenderloin on sale and sliced it into filets for the freezer. This was a great way to prepare a special, fast meal. The first time I made it I didn't have any sun-dried tomatoes, so I used roasted red peppers. (Kept the extra butter in the freezer and used it with a fish dish.) Be sure to cook the mushrooms until they are browned. It takes more than 2 or 3 minutes.
This is an awesome recipe! I made it for my family and now it is a permanent addition to my cookbook. We really didn't care for the sun-dried tomato butter, so I will not make that in the future. I also used shiitake mushrooms instead for more flavor and they were wonderful.
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