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A meal to behold. Your dinner table will have a gourmet feel and taste thanks to our Beef Wellington. The finest Super TrimmedTM beef Filet Mignon is wrapped in a delicate, flaky puff pastry after being layered with a flavorful mushroom duxelles. For an impressive and delicious meal that is sure to impress your guests, simply bake and serve.

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Pre-heat an oven to 400°F and place a rack in the upper third of the oven. Place the Beef Wellington on a greased baking sheet. When a meat thermometer is inserted into the center of the pastry and reads 130°F to 135°F for medium rare, bake until the pastry is golden brown (about 22-25 minutes), or 145°F for medium (approx. 25-28 minutes). Let rest 5 minutes before serving. Appliances vary; adjust accordingly.

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  • Our traditional beef Wellington is an elegant yet simple entrée that is made up of small portions of quickly seared beef tenderloin topped with decadent mushroom duxelles and wrapped in puff pastry dough. 4 beef Wellingtons, 8 oz. each. Shipped frozen. A Williams Sonoma exclusive.
  • Instructions for delivery The beef Wellingtons are delivered frozen with dry ice. Please be cautious not to use bare hands to touch the dry ice. Freeze the beef Wellingtons upon receipt. Keep frozen, up to 3 months, until ready to bake. Preparation Defrost overnight in refrigerator. Pre-heat an oven to 400 F. Place a rack in the upper third of the oven. Place the Beef Wellington on a greased baking sheet. Bake for 22 minutes for medium rare, or for 25 minutes for medium, or until the pastry is golden brown and a meat thermometer reads 130 to 135 F for medium. Let rest for 5 minutes before serving. Appliances vary adjust accordingly.
  • Filling (mushroom, onion, panko bread crumbs [bleached wheat flour, yeast, sugar, salt, soybean oil], salt, garlic powder, onion powder, parsley, black pepper], beef tenderloin, blended oil (soybean oil, pomace olive oil), salt, and black pepper), puff pastry (butter [cream], wheat enriched flour unbleached [wheat flour, malted barley, flour, niacin, iron, thia 15% water [citric acid carrier]).
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Can you buy a frozen Beef Wellington?

For a delicious medium finish, our frozen Beef Wellington cooks for 55 minutes right out of the freezer. The beef fillets are first pan-fried by our chefs to seal in flavor.

What is the average price of Beef Wellington?

In a restaurant, a typical beef wellington may cost you around $100 and serve two people.

What makes Beef Wellington so expensive?

Yes, Beef Wellington is pricey because it uses a beef cut that is more expensive. Usual practice is to purchase the entire tenderloin and use the substantial upper portion for a roast or a Beef Wellington. Then slice some steaks (typically four from the tailpiece) and use the end for a small piece of meat to grill or roast for two.

Who is known for Beef Wellington?

It is widely accepted that the dish was developed in honor of Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington, and his victory at the Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815.

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