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Beef Wellington should always be served with the centre slightly pink. Enjoy!
This is a perfect recipe for two people, but can easily be increased if you have friends over. Everything can be prepared well in advance and then popped in the oven when you are eating starters. I haven't given any recipe for a sauce, which this does need; that's down to your own taste - a nice Madeira sauce would be perfect.
This recipe was given to me by a dear friend. It's perfect for a special occasion, and is as good as you'll get from any restaurant. The fillets are topped with a mixture of liver pate and mushrooms and wrapped with puff pastry and served with a red wine sauce!
An easy, make-ahead, delicious way to serve fillet. A nice twist on the standard beef Wellington - without the traditional pâté de foie gras. You'll want flavourful mushrooms like criminis, portobellos or even porcinis or morels. For the wine, choose something rich you would actually drink - a good Shiraz is fantastic.
Delicous beef Wellington recipe, easy to do, and just about five steps to your perfect meal. A gorgeous piece of beef, wrapped in gorgeous pastry. I served with sweet potato mash, honey roast swede, carrots and broccoli.
A quick and easy recipe for individual beef Wellingtons. This recipe makes 6 so perfect if you have a small gathering of guests at Christmas or for another special occasion.
This is a classic recipe for beef Wellington, except I use a roast beef instead of a beef fillet making it a cheaper dish to make for Christmas dinner, or other special occasion.