Beef WellingtonFrom texaco24u 6 years ago
- 4 Tender beef Fillets shopping list
- 8 slices of ham(prosciutto ham) shopping list
- olive oil shopping list
- 32 ozs.Portobello mushrooms shopping list
- English mustard shopping list
- puff pastry shopping list
- salt & pepper shopping list
- egg wash shopping list
- Coarse or rock salt shopping list
- Plastic Wrap shopping list
How to make it
- Take lean, finely-grained beef 'fillets'
- Season with salt and pepper
- Place olive oil in a frying pan, and sear the meat to hold juiced in.
- Remove from heat.
- Coat the meat well with English mustard
- The mushrooms:
- Coarsely chop Portobello mushrooms, then place into food processor
- Add salt to season and help remove excess water.... chop finely in processor
- Drain off the excess water.
- Place mushrooms into the frying pan, ADDING NO OIL OR BUTTER.
- Fry until tender and darkened
- To assemble:
- Lay out a piece of plastic food wrap.
- Place several slices of Prosciutto (parma Ham) flatly on the plastic.
- Coat generously with the mushroom mixture.
- Place the fillet of beef on top, in the center.
- Roll this with the plastic to form a neat package.
- Refrigerate 20 minutes, then remove from refrigerator.
- The Puff Pastry:
- roll it out to form a square
- Unwrap the beef fillet
- Place the beef onto the pastry, in the center.
- Egg wash ---- whisk whole egg and liberally brush the over edges of the pastry around the beef
- I used a pastry recipe from grouprecipe.com. One that was really easy and there are some good ones
- Roll the pastry up like a package, sealing with the egg wash.
- Trim off loose overlap, and tuck ends under to seal the package
- Chill for five minutes, then remove from refrigerator.
- GLAZE the package with more egg wash
- SCORE the package with a sharp knife to create a pleasant 'design' on the pastry
- Season with rock or coarse salt.
- Place into the oven at 350*F, and bake until golden brown.
- Let rest 10 minutes before slicing
- Slice thickly, about 1 inch thick for each piece.
The Cooktexaco24u Hopkinsville, KY
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I make this for company and like to use some bernaise sauce ( may be bought bottled ) in the recipe!midgelet in Eastern loved it
Wonderful, wonderful recipe! Thanks :)donman in Hammond loved it
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