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Mambo Tenderloin
Chef               Rece's
1 Whole Beef Tenderloin
1 Six Pack of your favorite Beer
3 Cups of Mambo Dry Rub
1 Cup Mambo Zip Sauce

It's important to make sure that the Tender Loin is cleaned properly,if you are unsure of how to remove the chain and
fat yourself have the butcher of the market clean it , and request the scrapes to be returned, be sure to have it weighed
before & after cleaned to be sure that all the meat you paid for is accountable. Soak the Tenderloin in the Beer overnight,
discard beer after soaking.

Place the Loin on wax paper, rub the loin with the
1 cup of Mambo Zip Sauce,covering all the meat. Apply the Mambo Dry Rub to the Loin and pat it in to completely
incrust the meat. Take a clothes hanger & use as a hook,

Pierce the Loin at the large end and hang it in the fridge. for 2 day's. Remove Loin and wrap tightly in clear film.
Place Loin on cutting board and cut pieces 3 in thick,
        " with clear wrap still on meat".
Remove clear wrap, meat should have a ting of brown color showing from the outer edges
towards the center, that's a good sign.

Place meat on Hot Clean oiled Grill, only flip the meat once. Cook to desired wellness.
Serve with Mambo Taders & Mambo Slaw.

Serves 8 to 10

TIP: Use COLD  Mambo Sauce for dipping........


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