Individual beef en croûtes
- March 2009
- For 2 people
- Takes 20 minutes to make and 30-35 minutes to cook
Make and freeze these individual beef en croûtes, then cook when you want to impress a hot date or loved one.
- 73.3g (31.8g saturated)
- 75.1g (6.8g sugars)
To freeze: Open-freeze the beef en croûtes at the end of step 4 until solid, then transfer to a container or freezer bag and freeze for up to 3 months. Cook from frozen, adding an extra 10-15 minutes to the cooking time, until the pastry is golden and cooked.
Don’t overwhelm this dish with a too-heavy, powerful red. The juicy, soft, strawberry flavours of Pinot Noir will work, especially if you pick a ripe New World example, perhaps from Australia or Chile.
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