Put this delicious Pork Wellington with Port wine sauce on your Christmas menu! You can assemble it on the previous day, then you'll only need to bake it 25 minutes on d-day! You can make this recipe with turkey breast, beef or venison instead. Pork tenderloin on a layer of chopped mushrooms, wrapped in puff pastry dough!
The original Wellington recipe is made with beef tenderloin of course and I love it but pork tenderloin, which is rather a dry cut on its own, fits perfectly for this recipe too. The layer of chopped mushrooms lends it some moisture and enhances its flavor.
English muffin bread has a crisp crust and dense crumb, perfect with any meal, even better with a cheese and cold cut platter!
English muffin bread has become a staple in my household, especially when in a hurry, because it is faster made than any other bread, 45 minutes proofing time, 25 minutes in the oven and you are done!
Lamb rump steak and paprika sauce, such a tender and delicious cut of lamb!
The rump comes from the back of the lamb. It is a lean cut, tender and mildly flavored. I like to pan fry it whole and serve it medium to medium rare, I mean with a still pink center. Be careful not to overcook this awesome cut as it would become tough and dry.