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Old 11-26-2007, 04:05 AM   #1
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ISO Beef Albert recipe

Could be known as Fillet Prince Albert...but we always called it Beef Albert. My memory is that madeira is involved....

I think I'm right in remembering the fillet is rolled around fois gras (I will use another pate) and then braised in a madeira laden stock.....but I'm sure I have missed out something essential, any body have a recipe? I simply cannot find one in my book collection

I'm thinking that this might be what we have for Christmas lunch this year.

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Old 11-26-2007, 04:26 AM   #2
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Lulu, I have never heard of the dish but being curious, I had a look at Mrs Beaton's cookbook and found this recipe for rolled beef, which while not the same, seems to have a couple of similarities and may be something you can work with.
Rolled Beef Recipe - Mrs Beeton Revisited from The Foody

Oh and try this:
What's the recipe today Jim?: 14 November 2006
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Thanks Bilby. I've been scouring the net and the second link you gave seems the very best. There a re quite a few references to the dish, but no recipe more comprehensive than in your link!
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It was interesting looking for it Lulu!
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ok what the heck does ISO mean. i have seen it alot here and i have not put it together yet.
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is it " I need Sme Opinions"
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ok what the heck does ISO mean. i have seen it alot here and i have not put it together yet.
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