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"This was SO GOOD! And easier than I had originally imagined. I served ith sith a Sauce Bearnaise, twice baked potato, and French cut green beans. BIG HIT with my spouse for Valentine's dinner and I didn't need reservations. "- promfh
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PREHEAT oven to 425F.
MELT buter in a skillet and add the onion and mushrooms. Saute until tender and the liquid from the mushrooms are tender. Remove from heat , and add parsley, steak sauce, salt and pepper. Set skillet aside.
BRUSH each steak with one tablespoon of steak sauce, and season with salt and pepper. Cut the pastry sheets in half, placing each steak on the center of a pastry portion. Spread of the mushroom mixture over each steak.
WRAP pastry around the meat. Trim and save any extra pastry. Moisten the ends of the pastry with water and seal closed. Place the Wellington, seam side down, in a shallow; greased baking pan. Brush pastry with beaten egg white. The excess pastry may be re-rolled, cut out and used as decoration for the meat pastries.
BAKE pastries in the oven for 25 minutes or until pastry is golden brown. (Internal temperature for medium-rare is 140F and 155F for medium.)
REMOVE the steak pastries from the oven, and let stand for 5 minutes. The temperature of the steak will rise another 5 degrees during the standing time.
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amandachickadinsmore 1 year agoThese were a delicious twist on steak and something I'll repeat in the future. I will cook it on a raised surface so the bottoms are not soggy but they were well loved all around.
cleverkt 5 years agoThese were amazing! Loved it. Okay, little boys were not as impressed as I thought they would be, but oh yeah, I will make it again, cause its so good!
promfh 6 years agoThis was SO GOOD! And easier than I had originally imagined. I served ith sith a Sauce Bearnaise, twice baked potato, and French cut green beans. BIG HIT with my spouse for Valentine's dinner and I didn't need reservations.
herbalmama458 7 years ago[I posted this recipe.]