Recipe by Philadelphia Cream Cheese
"A slow-cooker can be a life saver on a busy day. Simply toss slow-cooked beef and veggies with cream cheese and cooked fettuccine and dinner's on the table."
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cubed stewing beef
PHILADELPHIA Herb & Garlic Cream Cheese Spread
fettuccine, cooked, drained
Delicious!! I did brown the stew meat on the stove first, and then threw the onions in the pan for just a couple of minutes to absorb the flavor of the drippings. Once that was done, I added the broth directly to the pan to loosen things up and then I put everything in the slow-cooker. As I said, delicious!! My husband was STILL talking about how good dinner was at 11:00 p.m.!
The flavour of this was just ok - not much flavour there, actually. I hoped it would be better as I really like the herb and garlic cream cheese. It needed to be a lot thicker, I even added more flour but no dice. The cream cheese didn't blend in very well either, I'm not sure why that's the case as cream cheese usually melts great. But, it was easy and was a good way to use up mushrooms that I couldn't remember why I bought. Good enough that I'll eat the leftovers but I doubt I'll choose this recipe again. Served over mashed potatoes instead of fettucine.
I prefer to make this in a Dutch Oven, but for those that were disappointed w/ this recipe (lacked flavor). Add 1T.garlic pepper,1T. Worcestershire and substitute beef stock for broth. (not really necessary, but punches it up for those that like a little more "zing").
Very quick and easy recipe, nice for workday supper. Sauce thickens upon cooling--we first thought it was too "soupy" but we just needed patience!
This recipe is excellent! I used chive cream cheese (because I couldn't find the herb & garlic flavor) and it came out great. Definitely a keeper!
This was good and so easy! I followed another reviewers suggestion and coated the meat in flour before browning. I also added a tablespoon of garlic and some worstershire sauce to the mix. Yummy!
Sooo Good. I could not find herb & garlic spread so used Chive & onion like the other reader but added my own herbs. Also, because we like thick, I made a thickener, such as flour and broth and added that as well. Very, Very Good. Thank you. Will make it again
This recipe is so easy. It will be added to my collection of faves. I did lightly flour and saute the beef before putting in in the slow cooker. I also seasoned it well, with salt, pepper, garlic and steak seasoning. My entire family loved it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
PHILLY Slow-Cooker Beef Stroganoff
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 226
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