Amateur chef shares how to make a delicious beef wellington – but can YOU spot the huge difference from traditional versions?
- Cook makes a beef wellington with roast vegetables – but there’s one tasty twist
- Ayeh Manfre used a tasty Plantitude Plant Based Wellington from Woolworths
- The foodie paired the vegan wellington with roast potatoes, carrot and broccoli
- She says the dish is perfect to serve up for everyone to enjoy this Easter period
An amateur chef has shared how to make a delicious beef wellington with roasted vegetables – but the dish has a huge twist.
To make the vegan feast Ayeh first sliced potatoes in half, peeled and chopped two carrots and cut up one head of broccoli.
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Sydney foodie, Ayeh Manfre, (pictured) better known as Cooking With Ayeh created a dish that’s perfect for Easter dinner with a plant-based Wellington from Woolworths
She then placed the vegetables onto a tray lined with baking paper and drizzled over a generous amount of olive oil, followed by a sprinkle of salt and pepper.
Ayeh grated one garlic clove over the vegetables and added fresh rosemary leaves for extra flavour, she then placed a Plantitude Wellington onto the tray.
She baked the wellington and vegetables in her oven for 30 minutes until the pastry was golden and the vegetables were ready to enjoy.
How to make Ayeh’s wellington dish:
- White potatoes
- Olive oil
- Garlic clove
- Fresh rosemary
- Plantitude Plant Based Wellington
- Slice potatoes in half, peel and chop two carrots and cut up one head of broccoli.
- Place vegetables onto a tray lined with baking paper and drizzle over a generous amount of olive oil, followed by a sprinkle of salt and pepper.
- Grate one garlic clove over the vegetables and add fresh rosemary leaves for extra flavour.
- Place the Plantitude Wellington onto the tray and bake in the oven for 30 minutes until golden to enjoy.
‘This wellington is the perfect dish to serve over the Easter period that everyone can enjoy,’ Ayeh wrote.
The Plantitude Plant Based Wellington from Woolworths is made from wheat, oats and soy with a mushroom duxelle that comes wrapped in flaky pastry.
The home cook shared the Easter dinner idea to her huge following to receive thousands of views and comments from fellow foodies.
The Plantitude Plant Based Wellington (pictured) from Woolworths is made from wheat, oats and soy with a mushroom duxelle that comes wrapped in flaky pastry
‘Yum! It looks so much like the real deal,’ a foodie wrote.
‘Oh I will have to look in Woolworths! I wanna get one for Easter now,’ another wrote.
‘Gordon Ramsey may not approve of this but I do! YUM,’ another added.