This roast beef almost cooks itself with the “beefy” potatoes in the gravy, it’s quite delicious, and lazy. Pretty much a staple of Sunday lunch in our household, and beef sandwiches the day after.
“Beef Wellington is a steak dish of English origin, made out of fillet steak coated with pâté (often pâté de foie gras) and duxelles, wrapped in puff pastry, then baked. Some recipes include wrapping the coated meat in a crêpe or parma ham to retain the moisture and prevent it from making the pastry soggy.“ …
This beef wellington for two is absolutely epic, it tastes out of this world and the steak is “melt in the mouth”, while it requires a little more preparation than normal, but the reward is worth the labor.