This is a quick and simple recipe loaded with flavor. Make it hot and spicy, meidum, or mild to suit your tastes. For a special twist try substituting chicken for the ground beef and peach or pineapple salsa for the picante.
We ate this at least once a week growing up. Served over extra broad egg noodles or farfalle (bowtie pasta). We mixed the sour cream to taste in our own plates rather than added it to the sauce. Great reheated as leftovers as well. Very quick, the sauce takes as much time as boiling the water and cooking the noodles. If you want, a packet of brown gravy mix can be used in place of the bouillon and half the flour. Watch it, that stuff is salty!
Hungarian style comfort food! Great when you really want to fill your belly. My own creation but all of the elements are there to make this a Hungarian treat -- garlic, paprika, mustard, thyme, dill, white pepper, and sour cream. I use all dried herbs. You could certainly use fresh but your measurements would have to be altered.
Who can resist creamy stroganoff coupled with family-pleasing potatoes? Healthy Twist: Shave off a few more calories by substituting ground turkey breast for the ground beef and using skim milk and reduced-fat sour cream. Did you Know: Stroganoff is named after a nineteenth-century Russian diplomat, Count Paul Stroganov.
My grandma use to make this when we were little and then our mother made it. Now I have been making it for the last 25 years. Everybody loves it. This recipe is easy and delicious. We serve over buttered noodles but you can serve over rice or potatoes too. We also eat it plain. If you like kidney beans give it a try.