That's dinner! Creative home cook uses only THREE ingredients and the $ 29 Kmart pie maker to make a delicious Beef Wellington in minutes
- The pie maker from Kmart is stunned again after being used to make a Beef Wellington
- The classic steak dish couldn't be made easier with the $ 29 kitchen appliance
- The home cook behind the creation offers step-by-step instructions for the treat
An Australian home cook has revealed how she used only three ingredients and the $ 29 Kmart pie maker to make a Beef Wellington.
The classic and notoriously difficult to control steak dish contains a piece of steak that is coated in pate and then wrapped in puff pastry before it is baked.
Although the dish originated in the UK, it is also a hit with many Australians.
Debra contacted a Facebook group of Kmart fans and shared a snap with her golden-brown creation and her recipe.
An Australian home cook has revealed how she used the $ 29 pieartner from Kmart to make a hearty Beef Wellington (pictured left and right)
The $ 29 Kmart pie maker (photo) can be used to prepare all sorts of tasty and delicious treats
To begin with, Debra said she had fried the eye fillet steak in the pan and then let it cool.
She then offered the possibility to cover them with pate or mushrooms before she wrapped the meat in a puff pastry.
After she had added a lid of the dough and cooked the required time, the treat was ready to be served. Vegetables and scalloped potatoes were the perfect addition.
Her dish received the sign of approval from those who had seen photos of her Beef Wellington on the Facebook group, with many comments on how & # 39; delicious & # 39; it looked like.
& # 39; May I come and eat? & # 39; One person was joking. & # 39; I love Wellington & # 39 ;.
The dish cooked in the $ 29 machine looks tempting when served with a side of vegetables and scalloped potatoes
It is not the first time that the kitchen appliance has proven its value – home cooks everywhere share how versatile the appliance is.
A few mothers recently went to Facebook to share only some of the delicious dishes they had made with the cheap gadget.
Shrimp and bacon wontons, dim sum and Portobello mushrooms are just some of the delicious dishes that people have made with the budget machine.
Another woman made dim sum (photo) and cooked them on the outside before frying
For the shrimp and bacon wontons, a woman said she had used a bag of frozen shrimp, diced bacon, and a variety of herbs.
The mixture was made by first removing shrimp tails, then placing all ingredients in a thermomix and then scooping the mixture into wonton wraps.
The wontons were then cooked in the pie machine for only eight minutes.
Portobello mushrooms cooked in the pie maker with a little butter, garlic and mixed herbs
Another revealed how the pie maker was used to cook Portobello mushrooms to perfection with a little butter, garlic and mixed herbs.
& # 39; Is there anything that this cake maker cannot do? & # 39; said an excited commentator who had seen snaps of the tasty-looking mushrooms.
& # 39; Oh my … drooling, & # 39; another said. & # 39; Where do all these ideas end up? & # 39 ;.
A delicious dim sum was also made with the help of a cake maker where the maker explained how she had first cooked the tasty delicacies on the outside before frying them.
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