"A new twist on an old favorite. Beef stroganoff on bread, a quick and tasty recipe that is a little bit different." — TWO YOUS
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1 (1 pound) loaf
French or Italian-style bread
chopped green onions
green bell pepper, sliced in rings
shredded Cheddar cheese
I have made this recipe for years. One thing I have found that works well is instead of buying french or itlian bread loaf I buy individual crusty hogies found in the bakery at the grocery store. It makes the sandwich more managable to eat, especially for my kids. I also make this to take to parties and I use 2 long thin baguettes. When you slice them it is perfect bite size pieces. They get ate up quick!
Sorry, this recipe was rather tasteless and very messy. We ate a "sandwich" each, then tossed the rest.
I was pleasantly surprised by how good this was. My loaf of bread might have been bigger, as 1 1/2 lbs of beef was barely enough. As others suggested, I added a packet brown gravy mix to the beef. I made this in advance to warm later so decided to scoop out the bread, spread the loaf with garlic butter and toast it. I then loaded it up and refrigerated it until dinner time. I then put it in the oven at 300 to warm and then broiled the top until the cheese was bubbly. My 17 year old son at one of the halves all by himself, while my hubby and I shared the other. A keeper for sure!
This sandwich is a great idea!! Per other reviews, I seasoned up the meat a bit more with garlic salt, pepper, and Monterey Steak Seasoning. Also, added mushrooms. What's stroganoff without the mushrooms? I thought all that sour cream sounded like a bit much(I'm not a huge fan of it) So I still used the 1 cup of sour cream, but used 2 TBS of worcestershire instead of 2 tsps. I will be making this again. Thanks for the starter recipe which turned out to be a very tasty, filling meal!
I thought this was really good. I generously added garlic powder to my hamburger as it was browning and then added a packet of brown gravy mix with the sour cream step. I also used 1 TBSP of worchestershire instead of only 1 tsp. Did salt and pepper to taste. I must have had a big loaf of bread because I didn't have enough meat mixture to cover both sides. That was OK though because it made it much easier to close! Very good, messy, easy.
Hubby and I really liked this. I did add some garlic powder to the meat as it was browning. I think it turned out very good. Put the cheese on hubby sandwich but left it off of mine....liked it that way. Thanks for the post.
This is really good! I also, like many, added spices while browning the beef. But I make this all the time. Fast cheap and easy! I also put jalapeno peppers, the pickled kind, and it turns out just perfect!
Try scooping out some of the bread in the loaf; make a "well" so the rest of the ingredients will fit nicely when the top is placed back on the sandwich. I will post another similar recipe called "Cheeseburger Loaf" that has a little different twist to it. Ingredients: 1 # gr. beef; 1/4 c. chpd onion; 1 can tomato soup, undiluted; 1/2 t. garlic salt; 1/4 t. salt & pepper; 1 loaf french bread; 1 # butter, softened; amer. cheese slices. Brown meat, add soup & other ingredients. simmer 5-10 min. After slicing & hallowing out bottom of loaf. Butter bread on top & bottom. Broil butter side up until light brown. Spooin in meat mixture, lay cheese over meat. Return bottom loaf only to oven; broil until cheese melts. remove from oven; return top over bottom loaf. press slightly to seal. slice in individual servings. serve warm
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 268
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