A closeup of beef Wellington on a wooden board.
How To Reheat Beef Wellington Without Ruining The Pastry
Leftovers are usually an exciting treat for the next day, but microwaving beef Wellington can result in a soggy and limp pastry.
Instead, you can successfully reheat beef Wellington in the oven. Preheat it to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and place the leftovers on a tray.
If you're reheating only slices, bake for 15-20 minutes; for an entire Wellington, double the time. It's best to loosely cover the dish with foil to lock in heat and moisture.
As opposed to quickly reheating the dish in the microwave, the oven does the job more slowly and evenly, resulting in a crispy pastry exterior.
If you don't have time to reheat your beef Wellington in the oven, use a skillet to give each side a good sear and let the meat rest before serving. However, it won't be as crispy.