The temperature has dropped and fall is in the air. To transition into this new season, I’ve created a dish using very subtle “autumn” flavors. For me, it’s still a little too early for apple pies and pumpkin soups, so here’s a dish that just slightly introduces some cozy flavor into your meal.
Nothing is better than a perfectly cooked filet mignon, tender and rich, paired with a sharp, creamy horseradish sauce. You take a bite of the meat and before you know it, the tangy sauce tickles your taste buds, leaving you wanting another bite. My twist on this classic combination is a filet mignon slider. The meat is ground up, formed into patties, and seared to a crisp on both sides. I finish cooking them in the oven to ensure the meat is tender and juicy on the inside. In addition to the sauce, I add caramelized barbecue onions that include sweet and smoky flavors from the brown sugar and hickory smoke in McCormick’s Barbecue Seasoning. You cannot go wrong with these components piled high onto a soft pretzel bun.