Chcicken Wellington

Bea Blonde


We all love pies and I always try to do different ones to impress my family :)
This was a great success, you can use it when you have guests.
I prepare them one day ahead and then cook them while i prepare the veg.


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1 Hr
30 Min


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  • 400 g
    shortcrust pastry
  • 400 g
    minced chicken
  • 16
    thin slices of bacon
  • 1
    egg (beaten)
  • ·
    butter for greasing
  • 4

How to Make Chcicken Wellington


  1. ​In a non stick pan, cook the minced chicken enough to seal it, don't over cook it since it will then baked in the oven.
    Cut the pastry in five equal parts.
    Roll four of them and line the ramekins previously greased.
  2. Place 4 slices of bacon per ramekin like a cross, then put the chicken and cover with the ends of the bacon slices.
  3. Now you can roll out the 5th part. Cut it into circles and place them on top of the bacon. Fold the ends of the pastry to seal the wellington.
    Brush the top with the beaten egg, you can add some seeds as decoration if you want.
  4. Heat oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6 and and bake for approx 30 minutes or until golden.

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About Chcicken Wellington

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #Blonde, #Bea

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