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    Recipe ~ Individual Beef Wellington

    Individual Beef Wellingtons are one of my favorite dinner party entrees.  They are delicious, guests are impressed, and more important than anything is the fact that they can be prepared early in the day, placed in the refrigerator and the only prep after your guests arrive is to preheat and put them in the oven.  This leaves you free to visit with your guests or take care of any other foods which need to be prepared last minute.  Although they sound and look impressive, individual Beef Wellingtons are not that difficult, particularly when you use prepared pie crusts!Individual-beef-wellington.jpg


    Recipe ~ Individual Beef Wellington
    Recipe Type: Entree
    Author: Chloe Crabtree
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    Serves: 2
    A delicious special occasion entree that you will be proud to serve to family and friends alike.
    • 2 four ounce beef filets
    • 2 pie crusts (I use Pillsbury Already Pie Crusts)
    • 3 1/2 T butter
    • 1 egg
    • 1 C chopped onion
    • 1 C fine bread crumbs
    • 1 C chopped fresh chopped mushrooms (with 2 small button mushroom caps reserved)
    • Salt
    • Pepper
    1. Salt and Pepper your filets on both sides and set aside.
    2. Cook the onion in 2 T of the butter.
    3. When the onion begins to grow transparent, add the mushrooms (except for the reserved caps) and the bread crumbs and continue to cook. If the mixture is too dry, you may add an additional 1 T of butter.
    4. After cooking the onion mixture for 5 minutes, remove from the heat and set aside.
    5. Roll out a pie crust on a lightly floured surface.
    6. Place one filet in the middle of the pie crust.
    7. Put half of the onion mixture on top of the filet and top with one of your spare mushroom caps.
    8. Wrap the pie crust over the filet, sealing all edges with brushed on egg white.
    9. Repeat with your next filet.
    10. At this point you may refrigerate your Wellingtons until you are ready to cook them if you so choose.
    11. When you are ready to cook your Wellingtons, give them an egg wash and put them into a preheated oven at 400 degrees.
    12. Bake approximately 20 minutes for medium rare.
    13. Use a meat thermometer to check for doneness.


    Garnish your Beef Wellington with some extra pie crust cut out in a fun shape or the initial of the guest that it will be served to.  This makes for a lovely presentation.  Baked stuffed tomatoes are a great accompaniment to these and add some color to the dish when you serve it up!

    Individual-Beef-WellingtonsDive in and try this recipe, it really is simple and yet, your guests will be so impressed with the presentation, not to mention how wonderfully delicious these Beef Wellingtons are!  


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    Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube


    1. Found it, Pinned it, and I added it to StumbleUpon too!

      Thanks Chloe!

      1. Thanks so much, and thanks for hosting the party! I look forward to coming by again!

    2. Amber Zidek says:


      This year my husband and two daughters ages 1 and 2, were spending Christmas dinner just the four of us. I wanted to make a special dinner that my husband would enjoy, but wanted to avoid cooking a whole turkey for such a small group. This recipe was fabulous, and my little ones even enjoyed a few bites!

      1. I am so glad you enjoyed the beef wellington, it is a rather special meal, isn’t it?

    3. If I want a medium cook on the steak how long should I keep it on the oven. Will the crust get overdone if I try to get a medium cook on the steak.

      1. The VERY best way to make sure you get the temperature on the inside you want would be to use a meat thermometer…and NO, the crust will not get overdone trying to cook the beef to medium! Good luck, you will LOVE this recipe!

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