Beef Fillet Hors d’oeuvre with German Mustard

Beef Fillet Hors d'oeuvre German Mustard

While making a beef wellington today, I came up with the idea of making an additional hors d’oeuvre using the extra beef fillet I had. With the following simple steps, a plate of colorful appetizers came quickly:Β 

Ingredients:

– Beef fillet with fat trimmed

German Mustard

– Crostini pieces

– One fresh tomato

– Two ounces of fresh spinach leaves

– ΒΌ ounce of fresh rosemary

– Two table spoons of plain yogurt

– Two teaspoons of sugar

– Olive oil

Procedure:

Cut beef fillet into small pieces. Add sage leaves in olive oil over medium heat; when heated, add beef fillet pieces. Cook for about 15 minutes.

Cut beef fillet into small pieces. Add sage leaves in olive oil over medium heat. When heated, add beef fillet pieces. Cook for about 15 minutes.

Mix three ounces of German Mustard with two table spoons of plain yogurt and two tea spoons of sugar.

Mix three ounces of German Mustard with two table spoons of plain yogurt and two tea spoons of sugar.

Wash the tomato and spinach leaves. Cut the tomato into small pieces.

Wash the tomato and spinach leaves. Cut the tomato into small pieces.

Crostini can be made by baking slices of oiled baguette in the oven for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.

Spread the mustard-yogurt mixture on top of the bread pieces; then, add a beef fillet, spinach leaf, and tomato piece on each piece.

Spread the mustard-yogurt mixture on top of the crostini pieces; then, add a beef fillet, spinach leaf, and tomato piece on each piece.

Enjoy this quick and easy hors d'oeuvre!

Enjoy this quick and easy hors d’oeuvre!

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