The finest most succulent Chateaubriand. (approx 450g)
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Chateaubriand (sometimes called chateaubriand steak) is a dish that traditionally consists of a large center cut fillet of tenderloin grilled between two lesser pieces of meat that are discarded after cooking. While the term originally referred to the preparation of the dish, Auguste Escoffier named the specific center cut of the tenderloin the Chateaubriand.
Find the nutrition information below, and
Here's TV chef James Martin cooking a wonderful Chateaubriand
James Martin cooks Chateaubriand
|Typical Values||100g raw as sold contains||120g beef slow roasted then trimmed of fat contains|
|Energy||905kJ (220kcal)||815kJ (195kcal)|