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!
Soak thick, juicy beef filets in a heady marinade of Burgundy wine, soy sauce, oyster sauce, minced garlic and dried oregano. Grill the filets and serve with a dollop of butter creamed with shallots, green onions, white pepper and a dash of wine.
Pork fillet is the perfect cut of meat when you're in a hurry as it only takes about 30 minutes to roast. The stuffing adds tasty Mediterranean flavours, and wrapping the meat in pancetta keeps it moist. Find a recipe for pancetta-wrapped pork with choriz