Servings: six to eight.
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it had not occurred to me to read the online version but the PRINT version i ahve from 2009 #96 has a misprint and said for the 4 pounds to cook for 1 hour!! i did wonder about that and of course one hour was not enough, so i am glad to see the on line version is correct for the cooking time.
Foolproof and perfect color from the center to the edge every time. My new go-to method.For years I used the high heat method with tenderloins (400F for 25-30') until I tried Lynch's way. The high heat is quick, but it can wreck an expensive tenderloin if you don't know what you are doing and have a questionable oven, plus it overcooks the tail, even if you tuck it.
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