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Rachel's Bloody Good Beef Wellington

Rachel Prince

For Dinner ( Beef )


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10 minutes to prepare and 40-45 minutes to cook

Serves 4


The Beef Wellington - An amazing dish for all meat lovers and, when made properly, is an absolutely gorgeous meal and can be served with almost anything. (Even as a sandwich!)


2 Garlic Cloves
550g fillet steak
Salt and pepper
1 tbsp olive oil
25g butter
1 onion, chopped
225g mushrooms, chopped
50g breadcrumbs
25g fresh chopped parsley
500g puff pastry
1 egg, beaten


Spread half the garlic over both sides of the steak and season well with salt and pepper. Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the steak over a high heat for 5 minutes. Remove it from the pan and allow the meat to cool completely.

Next, add the butter to the pan and fry the onions over a medium heat for 5 minutes. Then add the remaining garlic and add the muchrooms. Cook these for 5 minutes until the juice evaporates, then stir in the breadcrumbs and the parsley, followed by salt and pepper.

Preheat the oven to 220°C/425°F/Gas Mark 7 ready for later. Nest, roll out your pastry on s lightly floured surface to roughly (Don't worry about getting it exact.) 25x30 cm/10x14 in. Place the steak in the center and to with the breadcrumb mixture. Brush the edges with egg and fold into slices, wrapping the pastry around the beef like a parcel, closing all the gaps.

Place on a baking sheet, breadcrumb mixture down and brush with egg for a glaze. For a medium rare wellington, cook for 40 minutes until golden. Add an extra 15 minutes for a well done wellington.

Cut into slices and serve.


Try serving in bread as an amazing sandwich, or maybe even with freshly made chips, with salad, or even with red wine gravy.


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    I've always wanted to try beef wellington! Love that you can have it sandwiches as well