Forgive the snobby remarks and enjoy this tasty, easy replica of a classic. Just because something isn't made in a traditional way, it shouldn't be judged in a condescending way.
My Husband and I loved this recipe. We used leftover thanksgiving turkey, dressing and turkey gravy. It was delicious ! Thank you for the recipe.
We LOVED this recipe! I prepared it slightly different by putting it in a pie dish with puff pastry on top and bottom. Served with gravy and a salad. Fantastic! Thanks so much Carla!
Totally yum, pretty & fast! Perfect for serving letovers to friends who pop in w/o them looking like "leftovers" (our favorite this time of year!) Thanks for a keeper - from back in the day (LOL)
What an excellent meal for two people using the remaining ingredients from a holiday dinner!
I assume you called this a 'Wellington' because it used pastry. However a 'Turkey Wellington' would involve an uncooked turkey breast filet, topped with a pate possibly made of mushrooms or equivalent and then basically roasted in the oven in a pastry crust. What you have here sounds very tasty but is actually what they call a 'pasty' not a Wellington.
I forgot to mention, I was a bit confused by the directions with regards to the number of puff pastry sheet. One box of the sheets has two in it and they are quite large. But the servings state 4 sheets for 2 servings. So I just used one box of two sheets and made four individual pockets.