Few dishes are as exquisite and comforting as beef stroganoff. This classic comfort food featuring a blend of steak, onions, and mushrooms in a cream sauce is typically served over noodles but may also be served over mashed potatoes or rice - basically, any base that can catch its delicious sauce.
Fun Facts About Beef Stroganoff
Beef stroganoff was extremely popular in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s but originated in the early 1800s. In fact, the dish was named after a wealthy Russian diplomat called Count Paul Stroganov.
How To Make Beef Stroganoff
Ready to get cooking? Fine Dining Lovers offers five tempting recipes for beef stroganoff - from the classic preparation to recipes made in the slow cooker or Instant Pot. There's even a chef recipe in there. You'll love them all!
Classic Beef Stroganoff Recipe
For a classic beef stroganoff recipe, you will need the following ingredients: thinly sliced steak, onions, mushrooms, butter, beef stock, flour, and sour cream. Click here for the full recipe.
Crock Pot Beef Stroganoff
Beef stroganoff is an excellent option for the slow cooker. It will save you time and you'll just have to thicken the sauce before serving. Find the full recipe here.
Instant Pot Beef Stroganoff
This recipe is a no-brainer if you own an Instant Pot. First, you'll cook the beef until it's tender then add the noodles and finish off with the sour cream.
Ground Beef Stroganoff
Ground beef makes a fine substitute for steak. The cooking process is very similar for the exception of not having to remove the steak after browning it.
Jamie Oliver's Quick and Easy Beef Stroganoff
Jamie Oliver adds a mixture of gherkins, red onions and parsley to his quick and easy beef stroganoff for extra oomph.
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