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Old 08-15-2014, 10:03 AM   #1
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Looks good....

Do you think that the beef would have been closer to medium rare if you did not cook it ahead of time or cooked it less? I have always wanted to try one after watching hell's kitchen. I know that they can be finnicky due to the pastry cooking. Great Post!
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Congrats on being adventurous! I only tried to make this once man year sago and failed miserably. A fillet is simply a sliced tenderloin so you were good to go with that. I have never seen a recipe using that particular beef coating before. Interesting. Classically the tenderloin was coated with a liver pate. That is how I have always had it served in restaurants. SC's own Tyler Florence has a recipe using mushroom duxelles instead of pate. I would like to try this sometime. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/t...-recipe2.html#!
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Do you think that the beef would have been closer to medium rare if you did not cook it ahead of time or cooked it less? I have always wanted to try one after watching hell's kitchen. I know that they can be finnicky due to the pastry cooking. Great Post!
I think it would have been closer to med rare-med if the pastry was a little thinner or was thawed more. We had to cook it a little longer than the recipe recommends.

It could have been part of the searing too. That was just something the recipe said to do.
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Congrats on being adventurous! I only tried to make this once man year sago and failed miserably. A fillet is simply a sliced tenderloin so you were good to go with that. I have never seen a recipe using that particular beef coating before. Interesting. Classically the tenderloin was coated with a liver pate. That is how I have always had it served in restaurants. SC's own Tyler Florence has a recipe using mushroom duxelles instead of pate. I would like to try this sometime. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/t...-recipe2.html#!
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We did Beef Wellingtons for the first time

http://onenine3bbq.blogspot.com/2014...llingtons.html
Do you have a link to the recipe for cooking times? Looks delicious like something I would want to try to learn.
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Combine both a duxelle and pate - with pate on the bottom and sides and a well drained duxelle on top. Yes thin out the pastry- especially with a heavy sear/ browning. Normally it was made with a whole tenderloin and sliced, harder to do with individual portions but use the thicker head of the tenderloin if you can.
also great is a Salmon version - spinach, shallot and pernod instead of duxelle, thick piece of salmon and a lightened bernaise. A Montrachet and you're off to the races
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Combine both a duxelle and pate - with pate on the bottom and sides and a well drained duxelle on top. Yes thin out the pastry- especially with a heavy sear/ browning. Normally it was made with a whole tenderloin and sliced, harder to do with individual portions but use the thicker head of the tenderloin if you can.
also great is a Salmon version - spinach, shallot and pernod instead of duxelle, thick piece of salmon and a lightened bernaise. A Montrachet and you're off to the races
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