Beef tenderloin is tender, versatile, and easier to cook than you might think. Cooking beef tenderloin is simple with our step-by-step guide. Once you know how to cook beef tenderloin, try our delicious (and impressive) beef tenderloin recipes.
Jamie makes this beautiful beef stew using oxtail for an amazing on-the-bone flavour. Then he takes it three different ways - with pasta, on Mash and as a soup. Amazingly versatile and incredibly tasty. You can make it on the hob or in a slow cooker too.
This Gordon Ramsay Beef Wellington Recipe is a timeless classic and the fiery Scot adds his own irresistible touch. It is not entirely clear as to where the name "Beef Wellington" originates. The natural leaning would be to Arthur Wellesley, the Duke.