Can i substitute the mushrooms in a beef wellington?!

Question: Can i substitute the mushrooms in a beef wellington?

Yes you can, it just wouldn't be called beef Wellington anymore.
I have seen it done with spinach which gives a nice green layer.

Beef Wellington calls for duxelles, which are mushrooms chopped fine and sauteed with herbs.
I don't know what you'd replace them with, but if you did, you really couldn't call the dish Beef Wellington.

Lol , the dish actually calls for pate , mushrooms are a substitute for that. You may as will go back to the original and use pate.

You can just omit them and it is just as good.

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