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Grilled tenderloin medallions with prosciutto and edamame and bean salad

Grilled tenderloin medallions with prosciutto and edamame and bean salad

A fast and vibrant summer dish - our recipe for Grilled tenderloin medallions with prosciutto, edamame and bean salad shows you that eating well can be easy. The cured flavour from the pork goes nicely with the bean salad, tangy lemon and fresh flavours of tarragon from your dip. And the dish can be done in no time.

30 Min (minutes) 4 persons
Vegetable Salty

ingredients

Béarnaise dip

  • 2½ dl crème fraîche 38%
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh tarragon leaves
  • ½ tbsp bearnaise essence
  • ½ tbsp sugar
  • ½ tsp coarse salt
  • peppers
  • 1 trimmed pork tenderloin
  • 4 slices prosciutto
  • ¾ tsp coarse salt
  • freshly ground peppers

Edamame and bean salad

  • 400 g steamed haricots verts
  • 300 g steamed edamame beans (soy beans)
  • 1 red onion in very thin slices
  • 1 g finely chopped chives
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1¼ tsp coarse salt
  • 100 g rinsed baby mixed lettuce leaves

Side dish

  • 250 g grilled country bread (round loaf) sliced
  • ½ lemon in wedges

preparation

1. For the Béarnaise dip: Using a hand mixer, beat the crème fraîche with the egg yolk and the rest of the ingredients for 1 min. Season to taste, cover and refrigerate until serving.

2. Heat a grill pan nice and hot. Cut the tenderloin into 8 equally thick medallions and press them slightly flat. Cut the ham into 8 strips and place a strip around the edge of each steak. Season with salt and pepper and grill the steaks for approx. 8-10 min. until cooked through.

3. For the edamame and bean salad: Combine all the ingredients for the bean salad except for the lettuce leaves. Season to taste and arrange the edamame and bean salad on a bed of baby lettuce leaves.

4. Serve the warm tenderloin medallions with edamame and bean salad, Béarnaise dip, warm grilled bread and lemon.

Tips & Tricks

Instead of barbecuing the tenderloin medallions, you can use a grill pan or an ordinary frying pan – the cooking times are about the same. If you use an ordinary frying pan, you can cook them in browned butter over a medium-high heat.