I didn't care for the double dipping of the tenderloin. i've never had a problem with cracker crumbs not sticking , so the egg dip made the breading soggy and a lot of it flaked off. The sandwich was okay, but seemed to have that "eggy" taste.
WOW !! Other than leaving out the red onion made as written. Made for some thick sandwiches (burgers). Made for a nice burger. Wanted to grill them, but was afraid the peanut oil would go to bottom of the grill. Glad I did not.
Another winner from Crafty Lady, your recipes never disappoint. This tasty sandwich was excellent. So much flavor, yummy, thinking about it is making me crave it again. I marinated the meat overnight. Made exactly as written, wouldn't change a thing. That said, I did substitute romaine lettuce for the iceberg lettuce and sweet white onions for the red ones, (it was what I had on hand) they worked great in this recipe. So good, really worth the extra effort. I really enjoyed the mayonnaise and yellow mustard combo. The dill pickles are a must for the overall flavor profile. Thanks for sharing another winner that has gone into my Favorites Cookbook for 2013. Kudos
These were great! I decided to make these kind of last minute so I only ended up marinating them for about 30 minutes and they still turned out tender. I used the instant flour and saltines as the recipe suggested and the breading was perfect. This was my first time having a tenderloin sandwich and I LOVED it. Even my mother in law who is from Iowa and has eaten her fair share of tenderloin sandwiches gave her stamp of approval. I will absolutely be making these again!
We have used this recipe several times and love it. Marinating seems to make a world of difference.
I really like the crust on this. I think this is much better than what is found in restaurants.
Not going to rate it; have not tried this particular recipe. When I saw this, it brought back fond memories of when we would visit my Hoosier relatives (Ft. Wayne, Columbia City). There was a restaurant that served a similar recipe (minus the cayenne pepper). They are so good! Thanks for the memories.