Recipe by Hunts.com
"Tender beef and noodles in a tomato-inspired stroganoff sauce."
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PAM® Original No-Stick Cooking Spray
2 1/2 pounds
boneless chuck roast, cut into large pieces
1 (28 ounce) can
Hunt's® Crushed Tomatoes
1 (8 ounce) can
Hunt's® Tomato Sauce
1 (6 ounce) can
Hunt's® Tomato Paste
1 (6 ounce) package
sliced fresh mushrooms
2 (1.5 ounce) packages
beef stroganoff seasoning mix
dry egg noodles, uncooked
I cooked this on high for 4hrs and the beef came out very tender. The stroganoff seasoning was a bit salty and the dish could benefit by the addition of an extra cup of egg noodles. Overall a nice dish that we will definitely make again.
I did not care for this recipe. I love allrecipes and make recipes off the site all the time. I followed the directions exactly and I don't even know how you could alter this to make it better. Definitely will not make this one again.
This recipe is an excellent base. With some minor changes, I found it really outstanding!
These were the edits I made:
- left out mushrooms (not a fan)
- only used 1 packet of stroganoff seasoning (vs 2)
- used full bag of wavy egg noodles
- added additional seasonings to crockpot with meat (cut into 1.5" chunks) / tomatoes and cooked on low for 8 hours (minced garlic, red pepper flake, basil, oregano, salt, pepper)
- with about an hour left, i pulled out and cut the meat into small shreds and then returned it to the crockpot
- after adding the pasta, i cooked it together for only about 10 minutes (to avoid mushy pasta)
Stroganoff is a standard crockpot meal in fall and winter for us and this will be replacing my old recipe! It had a subtle sweetness and fantastic creaminess. Loved it!
Cooked on low for 8 hours, added noodles (I did add about 3 cups), cooked 30 more minutes on high. Had really good flavor, the noodles got a little mushy. Will make again, but I think I will cook noodles (or rice would be good) separately. Overall, a really good recipe.
I followed LadyE's suggestions for herbs, garlic and cayenne pepper. I did not have tomatoes and did not use tomato paste (I did not think that tomatoes and beef could work together) so using tomato sauce gave enough flavor. Maybe next time I'll use tomatoes and paste to see what it tastes like. Anyway, I also boiled the noodles separately from the dish so it wouldn't absorb too much of the gravy that my husband loves to see in a dish.
I liked it but my husband who is very fussy would rate it 3 stars. I think it was a bit bland for him. Reading other people's reviews there are add ons that would give it any extra kick.
I used 2 cups penne instead of egg noodles, I used tomato sauce but not the chopped tomatoes. I also, did not add mushrooms. I added onion and garlic and cooked in a regular skillet. I also did not have sour cream and as gross and weird as it may sound, I used chive cream cheese in mine. It was delicious!! :) I like to look at different recipes to get an idea and I change them around.
I added horseradish for an extra kick.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tomato Beef Stroganoff
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 133
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