Deconstructed Beef Wellington With Chanterelle Mushrooms

Deconstructed Beef Wellington With Chanterelle Mushrooms

My Hubby and I love to eat Filet Mignon and Beef Wellington is just a fantastic way to enjoy it. I deconstruct it sometimes so I can make smaller portions of this rich, delicious dish. My Hubby calls it a perfect 10 and I have to say I agree. The Chanterelle mushrooms are in season and oh, so good. They really take this dish over the top!   

Deconstructed Beef Wellington With Chanterelle Mushrooms
4  3 oz filet’s
4 slices prosciutto
4 puff pastry cups
1 cup beef consommé
1 onion diced
2 cloves garlic minced
3 cups Chanterelle mushrooms
1 sprig fresh  rosemary
1/4 cup dry sherry
2 Tbs butter

Cook the puff pastry according to package directions and cook the mini filets to rare.
Deconstructed Beef Wellington With Chanterelle Mushrooms 4Sauté the onions, garlic and rosemary in 2 Tbs of butter until tender.
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Add the Chanterelle mushrooms to the onions and cook 5 minutes. Next add the consommé and sherry. Continue cooking until mushrooms are tender.
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Remove about 1 cup of the cooked mushrooms and purée, then set aside.
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Put the puff pastry from the oven in another oven safe skillet and remove the cap. Spoon in the mushroom purée,
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Top with prosciutto
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and set cooked filet’s on top.
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Place back in the oven for about 8 minutes. Plate, top with mushrooms and devour!
Deconstructed Beef Wellington With Chanterelle Mushrooms

Enjoy!

Heidi

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20 thoughts on “Deconstructed Beef Wellington With Chanterelle Mushrooms

    1. Thank you Trish! It would make a great appetizer a little smaller… You’ve just sparked another idea in my noggin! Now I have to make it again…

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