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Beef Wellington is the culinary equivalent of a thoughtfully wrapped gift -- a pastry "package" filled with delightful flavors. Ideally, this dish should be presented on the table whole and sliced only after a suitable pause for admiration.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2004
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This dish can be prepared through step 1 up to a day ahead; refrigerate, covered, and bring to room temperature before proceeding.

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  • jmis02
    27 DEC, 2010
    This recipe is excellent- I made individual wellingtons by roasting for 45 minutes as a whole (trimmed)tenderloin with savory spices. Allowed to cool completely and dried off, wrapped in puff pastry and mushrooms-eliminated the pate`. They were beautiful and everyone loved them.
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