Christmas quorn wellington

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Serves: 4

By Carmenere

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  • 1 eggs beaten with a dash of milk

  • 1/2lb vegetarian stuffing

  • 1 quorn roast defrosted

  • 500g puff pastry one packet, ready to roll


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
  2. Make a vegetarian stuffing: gently soften onions and garlic in lots and lots of butter. Add lots of chopped fresh herbs (sage, rosemary, thyme) and some chopped dried fruit (I use apricots or cranberries). Add breadcrumbs and salt and pepper and an egg and mix to make a wet stuffing texture.
  3. Roll out the pastry until it is big enough to comfortably encase the Quorn.
  4. Take the Quorn roast and carve a small slice off the base to allow it to sit without rocking. Then slice the whole thing length-ways down the middle.
  5. Sit the bottom piece of the Quorn roast in the top centre part of the pastry and top it with a thick layer of stuffing. Place the top piece of Quorn on top of the stuffing and bring the pastry up to cover the whole thing. Seal the edges with the egg and milk mixture and brush over to glaze the pastry.
  6. Place in the oven and bake for about 45 minutes to an hour.

Handy Hint

This can be done in advance until the egg glaze stage and kept in the fridge until ready to cook.

Additional Information

  • Make Ahead

  • Christmas

  • Main Course

  • Vegetarian

  • Nut Free

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  • MorrisMansHat 24/12/14 15:04

    Just about to make again.. kids loved it last Christmas

  • Thegildedsprout 18/12/14 19:11

    This looks absolutely fabulous! Since moving to Canada, I have missed Quorn so much. There are alternatives but they are just not that great. This is the perfect centerpiece for a vegetarian Chrismtmas!

  • StillPukin 01/12/14 16:46

    Blooming genius!! My hubby and son have been veggie for about 8 years and I struggle every Christmas,, I'm definitely going to be making this! :D

  • birdsofshoreandsea 26/12/11 19:25

    Loved it - easy and tasty, and looks good too. I took a short cut and used packet stuffing.

  • 16/09/09 19:14

    This was easy to make, and even impressed the carnivorous in-laws!

  • MamaG 01/02/09 12:54

    I made this at Christmas for my sister and I. We both really enjoyed it, thanks Carmenere

  • Carmenere 03/12/08 10:16

    If you can't find the quorn roast, you can make individual portions by sandwiching two quorn fillets together with the stuffing before wrapping in pastry.