This is a classic Wellington Beef recipe reinvented in a vegetarian way. This Mushroom Wellington is perfect for special occasions.
This Mushroom Wellington is easy to prepare and is guaranteed to satisfy your greatest cravings. What looks like a ton of work is really just a few strategically planned steps. Prepare all your ingredients before starting this Mushroom recipe.
Cooking the mushrooms long enough is an important step. You want to see the mushroom liquid when cooking completely disappear, it's important to continue cooking until everything is dry! Any liquid left over from the mushrooms will make the recipe soggy - so cook them until they're completely dry!
Mushroom Wellington is often served with a sauce to accompany it, a quick brown sauce can go very well. Personally, I love to serve this recipe with a cream and cognac sauce. It's the special touch that makes this recipe perfect for special occasions. You will find the recipe below.
Mushrooms can become slimy and develop brown spots within just a few days. Lots of theories seem to exist about the best way to store mushrooms: in a paper bag, wrapped in damp paper towels, in a sealed container.
Surprisingly, the best way to store mushrooms is in their original packaging. You just put the mushrooms directly in the fridge still in their wrapped container.