This one was a drool recipe. What's amazing is that I was distracted while making it, botched the directions, and it still was great. So....for those wondering how this is possible, I think a really good recipe can be messed up, and come out shining. I did marinade the beef (in my case, sirloin strips) for two hours in apple juice (no wine, but it is a great substitute), 1 Tbs Worcestershire sauce, touch of black pepper, salt, and garlic powder. Then drained before frying. I mixed the whole sauce at one time (I told you I was distracted). 4 Tbs of cornstarch in 1/4 of the beef broth--let it sit after mixing. The rest of the sauce ingredients went into another bowl to mix--including the sour cream. Well, I WAS distracted.....Despite a bit of worry, I did add the garlic and 1/3 cup cream cheese (I had whipped). So into the sauce mix went garlic, cream cheese, black pepper, salt, beef broth, mustard (spicy brown), few drops of Worcestershire, touch more apple juice, and sour cream. Once that mixed, I dropped in the mixed cornstarch/broth mix. I heated 2 Tbs of butter, and slammed in the beef to brown. And, in a small frying pan, 1 Tbs butter and the maya sweet onion. Once cooked, I dropped the meat and onions into a strainer to drain. I left the meat drippings, and added the sauce, heating to boil, and cooked it down. In came the meat and onions; one hour simmer, and perfect. Delicious recipe, and came through in the clinch of my wandering.
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This one was a drool recipe. What's amazing is that I was distracted while making it, botched...