Chateaubriand (fillet steak)

Chateaubriand (fillet steak)

Guide: 1kg/each

Size: 1kg/each
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At 1 kilo (2.25lbs) this joint of fillet steak should provide 5-6 adult portions.

There are many ways to prepare the Chateaubriand but they all start with good meat!

The origin of our fillet steak is British. The beef is grown in Yorkshire / Lancashire for Broughs Butchers.

Served in puff pastry

Cooking Advice

Chateaubriand steak, or just chateaubriand, is a recipe of a particular thick cut from the tenderloin (fillet), which, according to Larousse Gastronomique, was created by personal chef, Montmireil, for François-René de Chateaubriand, the author and diplomat who served Napoleon as an ambassador and Louis XVIII as Secretary of State for two years. (Wiki)

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Allergy advice

None present in the meat

Food Facts / Ingredients

Beef - Pastry can be ordered separeately

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