Minced Beef Wellington

Minced Beef Wellington

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Easy-to-made family dish!

"This is the first time I have cooked this dish and I am not a confident cook but I found this recipe very easy, but more importantly the dish tasted fantastic and it is equally as good the next day heated up with vegetables and gravy. A great dish. "

- branchman

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4.8 avg, 8 review(s) 100% would make again

Ingredients

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1 medium onion
1 carrot
1 stick celery
1 potato
2 cloves of Garlic; minced
2 large field mushrooms; chopped in small pieces, (I used small white mushrooms)
olive oil
4 spring fresh rosemary; leaves picked and chopped
1 big handful frozen peas; ( it brings color)
1 large Egg; lightly beaten
500 grams good quality minced beef
1 dash sea salt and black pepper
plain flour
500 grams puff pastry

Original recipe makes 5 Servings

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Preparation

Preheat oven to 350F.

Peel and chop the onion, carrot, celery and potato into 1cm sized dice.

Place all vegetables and rosemary leaves into a frying pan with olive oil. Fry and stir for about 8 mins or until vegetables soften and colour.

Add frozen peas and cook for another minute.

Put vegetables into large bowl to cool completely.

Add the minced beef to the bowl with salt and pepper and half the egg. Scrunch together.

Roll out pastry to size of small tea towel.

Place mince mix along one long side, in sausage shape.

Brush edges of pastry with egg and roll pastry to cover mince completely. Squeeze ends together.

Put onto baking tray, brush with egg. Bake for 1 hour until golden.

Slice and serve with gravy.

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This is the first time I have cooked this dish and I am not a confident cook but I found this recipe very easy, but more importantly the dish tasted fantastic and it is equally as good the next day heated up with vegetables and gravy. A great dish.
branchman 6 months ago
First time I've made this and thoroughly enjoyed it, I don't normally cook as the wife does it all but the Bigoven instructions were easy to follow and the finished meal tasted fabulous. Would definitely recommend and make it again.
branchman 6 months ago
Hi Glendarawins, you can freeze the filling after it's mixed. On the day you serve it, thaw the filling, wrap it with puff pastry and bake.
ohsweetday 6 months ago
Is it ok to freeze
Glendarawlins 6 months ago
All the family loved it
Janet1965 2 years ago
it's supposed to be '4 sprigs fresh rosemary, leaves picked and chopped'. for some reason, the first part was missing. hope you enjoy making it.
ohsweetday 2 years ago
What is 4 leaves?im guessing it means herb but which ones?very interested in trying
Nelly8132 2 years ago
It's perfect to serve with home-made gravy [I posted this recipe.]
ohsweetday 4 years ago
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