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Tenderloin Steak Rolled with Prosciutto and Sage

I love cooking with sage. I love the fragant smell and the earthiness to it. I normally use sage with turkey. The combination reminds me of Fall and of Thanksgiving. Today, I tried sage with beef tenderloin and prosciutto. This is a fun recipe that requires very little time and effort. It makes a great appetizer but you can also serve it as an entree. Enjoy! 2 lbs of beef tenderloin 1/2 of prosciutto, sliced thinly and cut in half lengthwise 1 small bunch of fresh sage leaves 2 carrots, cut into thin, long strips (about 1.5 inches long and 1 cm wide) 2 stalks of green onions, cut into strips about the same size as the carrots (use green parts only) olive oil, salt and pepper Skewers (soak them in water for about 30 minutes before cooking) 1. Use a meat tenderizer to soften the beef. This is great to do after a bad day at work. 2. Slice the beef crosswise to get long, thin strips. You want it long enough to be …