Beef Wellington Recipe
Beef Wellington is one of those special gourmet dishes that you make for fancy occasions. My family occasionally will even make beef Wellington in lieu of turkey for Thanksgiving, just because it’s a special meal that can feed a lot of people.
The key to a great Beef Wellington is to get a great beef tenderloin that is seared before wrapped in Braunschweiger and puffed pastry.
How-to Prepare the Beef
Assembling the Beef Wellington
Serving the Beef Wellington
When you are serving your Beef Wellington you want to keep it as simple as possible. I prefer to let my Wellington rest, and then cut it into thick slices based on how many guests you have (thinner slices make it go a longer way in terms of feeding multiple guests). Place it on the plate so that you can see the layers, and garnish with a sprig of parsley. My favorite side dishes to serve this with are sauteed green beans and roasted fingerling potatoes. Bon appetit!
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