"A creamy and delicious seasoned ground turkey mixture is served over hot egg noodles." — HeyMomma
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1 (8 ounce) package
uncooked egg noodles
chicken bouillon, crumbled
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
salt to taste
Yum! This is how I changed it.
Browned a lb of ground turkey, drained and set aside. Cooked a medium onion and a few cloves of garlic in some olive oil, then added the turkey back to the skillet. Added a can of cream of chicken soup, a few splashes of chicken broth to thin to the consistency I like, about a half a cup of sour cream. I also added a can of peas and a few generous shakes of paprika and cayenne pepper. Turned out wonderful and very thick!
I really wanted to like this. After all, it is very similar to a recipe I make using ground beef. But no one at my house liked it. It just tasted very bland, and the paprika made it taste really strange.
This was a pretty good base recipe. With my additiond it was a 5. I think that it would be a bit bland if made as stated. I added a whole onion diced fine, 2 cloves of garlic, 8 oz sliced mushrooms, I used water instead of milk and added sour cream at the end. Oh, I also added peas for color and nutrition. This was quite tasty and quick. My son ate his with ketchup! Two servings, whatever works!
With a few modifications, this was great! I used 1 can of chicken broth insted of the water. I also added 1 clove of fresh garlic with the onion and the meat. I also added a dash of cayenne pepper and some garlic salt to spice it up s bit. During the last minute of cooking, I added about 2 Tbs. of sour cream. It was wonderful and very quick & easy! I will definitely make again!
This recipe tasted really good, but like many others, I altered the recipe. I sauteed 1/4 onion with one clove of garlic in some EVOO. I transferred it to another dish and cooked up the ground turkey. After that was cooked I added back the onion and garlic, then used a 1/2 can of cream of chicken soup, 3/4 cup of light sour cream, and a splash or two of salt free chicken broth. Once mixed in I added sliced mushrooms and peas. I didn't need to add any salt, but my husband did add cracked pepper to his serving. We also used egg noodles. For the amount of turkey we had, it only made 3 good size servings.
I typically don't have sour cream around, so this is a meal I will have to prepare for.
This was a good start, but I read through all the other reviews and added a lot of what others did and it came out great. I used chicken broth, and I added some merlot and sour cream until it tasted just right. I also added some fresh garlic while I cooked the ground turkey and I think that really helped to season the meat. After all the adjustments, it was awesome and even my husband said that he liked it way better than any hamgurger helper...(ha ha).
I thought this was a great basic recipe. I omitted the water and the onion flakes. Instead, I slivered one small white onion and one clove garlic, then sauteed the turkey with that. I also added about 2 tbsps. dried parsley flakesfor flavor and color, and one can of sliced mushrooms, drained, then salted with a bit of garlic salt. At the end, I added one cup sour cream, which you really need to do if you want this to taste anything like stroganoff and not just ground turkey gravy. I did like how it turned out, served it over wide egg noodles, and will be making it again. Thanks for the idea! SUPER easy to pull together.
I made this recipe, but changed a few things. I added a little butter,it made it taste richer, fat free half and half, instead of water,a half a container of fat free sour cream, then for even more flavor, I added a little sage and a pinch of thyme. It turned out wonderfully. Nice for a cold night.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lazygirl's Ground Turkey Stroganoff
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 463
** Calories from Fat: 177
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