This recipe is a nod to the traditional beef Wellington, but I'm using minced beef instead of beef fillet and throwing in a hint of chilli and cumin for an updated flavour. You could also use pork mince, lamb mince or even a mixture, and, during the season, make it even more interesting by adding some game. And, as you've probably noticed, I've decided to make mine into individual rolls, so everyone gets their own. What a treat!
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 1026kcal
- Carbs 59.0g
- Sugar 7.6g
- Fat 66.3g
- Saturates 24.6g
- Protein 44.7g
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