Though there are many stories that link this dish's name to the first Duke of Wellington, others say it refers to the city of Wellington in New Zealand. The name "Wellington" itself can stand for a variety of meats served in puff pastries, such as lamb and salmon.

Cooking steps

Knead the Dough!

Trace the lines to knead the Dough.

Butter the Dough!

Follow the directions to butter the Dough.

Dice the Onion!

Click the knife to dice up the Onion.

Chop the Mushroom!

Click the knife to chop up the Mushroom.


Click the mushroom and onion to add it to the pan. Drag around the pan to keep the food moving. Click "Done" when you're finished.

Process the Duxelles!

Following the scrolling instruction to process the Duxelles.

Spread the Duxelles!

Drag the spatula to spread the Duxelles.

Fold Beef Wellington!

Trace the lines to fold Beef Wellington.

Bake the Beef Wellington!

Press the correct baking temperature, then press "On". Press "Off" when the meter is in the green zone. Press "Reset" if you enter the wrong temperature.

Slice the Beef Wellington!

Trace the lines to slice up the Beef Wellington.