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Beef Stroganoff III
Love this recipe! Did make some changes that made it easier for me. I marinated the beef in red wine (about 2 cups of wine) as others have mentioned but I did this in the crock pot on high (mine has high 4hr and high 6 hr. - did 6hr high temp) and cooked in the wine for about 3 hours or so. Also, backing up a bit, I used sirloin tips -not a roast. Anyway, then in pan on stove cut butter in 1/2 so 1/2 stick, dehydrated onions and 1tbsp (heaping) of garlic in butter for few minutes. Used 2Tbsp flour and 2Tbsp corn starch as others mentinoed as well and added to butter on stove. Then took wine/beef juices out of crock via turkey baster and measured out about 8oz of this (dumped rest) and added water to make the 10.5 ounces which is how much beef broth you're supposed to add. I added some minors beef paste to this wine/juice mixture and added to butter/onion/garlic on stove. After boiling this for several minutes (it bubbled for a few minutes) I poured all of this into the crock pot. Now on low in crock a few minutes before you serve, add cream cheese and sour cream (1/3c each) and heat through. AMAZING and most of the cooking is in crock pot. The marinating of the beef in wine (crock pot or not) does make it so very tender with rich flavor of the wine. So very good!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 3, 2011
Hazel's Meatballs
Meatballs were very good but did taste like meatloaf. Not a fav. of kids b/c they don't like meatloaf. I did sprinkle in some garlic and some beef boulion (can omit additional salt if u do this). They were VERY moist. I did bake the meatballs on a cookie sheet for about 20min or so and then blotted them with papertowels to remove some of the grease/fat. Then put in a 13X9 pan and baked for about 45min. Easy enough to make but really do taste like meatloaf meatballs. Oh, I did cut the vinigar in 1/2 (so I used 1/4 cup) and used champaign vinager instead of white. My mom made this as well and she used apple cider vinigar and was very pleased with the results.

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Reviewed On: May 8, 2011
 
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