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  • Overview
  • Getting Started
  • Beef Stroganoff Recipes
  • The Finishing Touches
  • Martha's Favorite
  • The Sour Cream

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Beef Stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff most likely had its origins in Russia as a simple dish of sauteed beef with a sour cream sauce. As with most dishes, the version of beef Stroganoff most of us eat today has had many tweaks during its life-span. Today it is almost never made without the addition of mushrooms and onions (at least here in the States) and is still always finished with sour cream. Spoon the whole thing over some egg noodles, and sprinkle with some dill for good measure.

Beef Stroganoff most likely had its origins in Russia as a simple dish of sauteed beef with a sour cream sauce. As with most dishes, the version of beef Stroganoff most of us eat today has had many tweaks during its life-span. Today it is almost never made without the addition of mushrooms and onions (at least here in the States) and is still always finished with sour cream. Spoon the whole thing over some egg noodles, and sprinkle with some dill for good measure...

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Prep these beef stroganoff ingredients, cover the pot, and go! Simmering and braising beef stroganoff for a long time at a low temperature yields extra-intense flavor with little effort. The method is super convenient; whether you use a slow cooker or the oven for your beef stroganoff, you won't have to tend to the pot.

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