Recipe by JAFWARE
"This is an easy Stroganoff dish made with Burgundy wine. Simple, delicious and quick to make."
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fresh mushrooms, sliced
1 (10.5 ounce) can
condensed beef consomme
ground black pepper
medium egg noodles
chopped fresh parsley for garnish
I made this with a few changes, used cream of wild mushrioom soup and beef consomme with only 1/4 cup of non fat sour cream. I also added lots of vegies with the mushrooms. It was delicious and a hit with the whole family!
Two things made this almost inedible. 1. The lemon juice must go. It completely ruined it. 2. Why not just preook the noodles and add them later. Not only was one can of beef consomme not sufficient even two cans did not provide enough liquid to cook the noodles. I finally remembered an old trick I learned somewhere and added a larger can of chicken broth which finally cooked the noodles and "gentled" the taste of the beef broth enough to be able to eat some of it. Without the lemon juice that might have made it actually edible.
This recipe was really great! I did have to add more broth for the noodles because they wouldnt soften. I also added some parmesan cheese when serving.
For those concerned about calories this is my take. I used frozen low fat beef meatball, low fat sour cream, egg free medium noodles and low sodium beef broth, 2 tbs tomato sauce and garlic (to taste) I browned the meatballs, then added veggies, stirring them in the residue which helps the flavour. I added the tomato sauce and garlic and proceeded as the recipe says. With the added tomato sauce, recipe not as dry.
Marmaduke I have no idea what it means but it turned out to be a very good stroganoff. We loved it. I used Sherry cooking wine rather then the Burgundy wine because that’s what I had home. I used a little bit of beef bouillon in water to make more liquid to cook the noodles in. Turned out very good and easy to prepare.
Very simple. I used bow tie noodles instead of egg noodles. Possibly these noodles required longer cooking, because I had to add extra broth and cook longer to get them done. We loved It!!! I will definetly make this again!
Also good when subing beer with the wine.
I absolutely love this recipe! I like to put in a few extra mushrooms, and it turns out great! Your entire family will love it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 343
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