Recipe by B_32
"These meatballs in a creamy stroganoff sauce will delight the taste buds of your guests. Don't let the long ingredient list fool you - it is simple to prepare and doesn't require a long time to bake. Serve over broad egg noodles or with mashed potatoes for comfort food at its best!"
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lean ground beef
day-old white bread, torn into small pieces
egg, lightly beaten
wheat-based liquid seasoning (such as Maggi® Seasoning)
ground black pepper
2 1/4 cups
finely chopped onion
beef bouillon granules
ground black pepper
1 (4.5 ounce) can
sliced mushrooms, drained
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
chopped fresh parsley
paprika, or to taste
We use frozen meatballs and cook on high in the Crock-Pot for 2 hrs. Excellent! :-)
For the meatballs, I used day-old whole wheat bread and omitted the Maggi seasoning (only because I didn't have it). For the "gravy", I didn't have bouillion granules so I used Campbell's beef broth and I added a mess of fresh garlic as well as fresh baby bella mushrooms instead of canned and I sauteed them with the onions with a little butter before I added the gravy ingredients. The meatballs turned out tender and juicy, which we all agreed was very nice. I'm glad I omitted the Maggi seasoning because I think if I hadn't, this dish would have been way too salty. I think the addition of the full cup of cornstarch was overkill. Next time I make this, I'll cut it back to a tablespoon or so. The gravy was way too thick. Using condensed cream of mushroom soup is a great thickener, all that cornstarch is unnecessary. My husband and I also thought there was a little too much sour cream. I think cut it in half and it would be just right. I think using fresh ingredients and canned beef broth was a great step for this dish. Like I said, if I hadn't had to make a last minute substitution, it would have been WAY too salty. I'll make this again, with my changes. NOTE: I stand by my review only because I think had I not made the changes I did, it would not have been edible. You can sub low-sodium products when necessary but this recipe is full of them.
I am the submitter of this recipe. I'm not sure if I forgot to print it or if it was omitted - but I do use low-sodium products when making this recipe. Hope this helps!
I halved the recipe and added 3 cloves of minced garlic. I also omitted the seasoning salt in the meatballs as recommended by many other reviews. I also used 6 oz of fresh sliced mushroom. While this recipe has the taste of a typical hamburger stroganoff, I found it didn't own the depth of flavors that my favorite stroganoff by Ken in CA created. That being said, it proves to be "kid friendly". I also didn't care for the onions and mushrooms texture since they weren't sauteed first. The onions were still a bit crunchy. Thanks for sharing.
awesome dish. My grandsons age 18 and 22 loved it. We ate it over hot buttered noodles!! Thanks, Wonderful and simple to make
A bit on the salty side. Will make again, but will probably use low sodium beef broth instead of the beef granules to see if it is any less salty.
I used Butterball Turkey Meatballs for this, and it was absolutely wonderful!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Elegant Stroganoff Meatballs
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 301
** Calories from Fat: 180
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