Chicken Wellington

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Prep45 mins
Serving3

Features and benefits: 

  • Easy and fast cooking within ~10 minutes
  • No added preservatives and artificial colours
  • No gluten
  • Whole chicken breast meat
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Ingredients

  • 3 pcs of Sadia Pepper Chicken Breasts, thawed
  • 3 pcs of ready-rolled puff pastry
  • 200g white mushrooms, sliced
  • 1/2 yellow onion, chopped
  • 2 tbs parsley, chopped
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • Pepper (to taste)
  • Dijon mustard cream cheese (120g cream cheese mixed with 1 tbs dijon mustard)
  • Salad and dressing, to be served on the side

Method

Step 1: Reheat the chicken
- Reheat the chicken in oven for 15 minutes at 200°C. 
Step 2: Fry the mushroom filling
- Heat a frying pan, add olive oil, onion and mushrooms. Fry until mushroom mixture is reduced to a dry paste. 
- Add in parsley and sprinkle pepper to taste. Dish up and set aside.
Step 3: Assemble the chicken wellington
- Thaw 1 puff pastry at room temperature for about 5 minutes. #Tip: it's easier to fold and shape using semi-thawed pastry.
- Spread 2 tbsp of sautéed mushrooms over the center of the pastry.
- Spread 2 tbsp of dijon mustard cream cheese over the mushrooms.
- Place the chicken breast on top of the cream cheese. 
- Fold the top of the pastry down over the chicken. Fold the bottom of the pastry over. Fold in the left and right sides of the pastry in. 
- Gently flip the wellington over and place on a parchment paper-lined baking tray.
- Score some diagonal lines on the top of the pastry, to create a nice design and allow steam to escape. 
- Brush a layer of egg wash over the wellington.
- Repeat the steps for the rest of the chicken breasts.
Step 4: Bake the chicken wellington
-    Bake chicken wellington in preheated oven at 200°C for 20 minutes.
-    Remove chicken wellington from oven once done and cool on an oven rack before serving.

Berlinda Goh, an ex air stewardess and mummy to 2 lovely children, is an avid home cook with an eye for art. She believes that "feeding" the eyes first will alleviate the taste of the dish, giving a more wholesome experience for her family!

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