I used 500 grams of rump steak meat. lightly beaten out and cut into squares (which was more than enough for 4 of us - had a good sized serve left over, which the DM has claimed). I did use olive oil in place of the butter, otherwise cooked as per the recipe serving 2 serves over noodles and the other 2 over Doongara rice and we all enjoyed. Thank you IngridH for a good mid week meal, especially as I prepared and measured everything earlier in the day and then had it ready to go and dinner was on the table in 25 minutes. Made for ZAAR Stars tag game.
I prepared my meat like diner524 did, omitted the wine and added a bit more sour cream. Wonderful variation.
I omitted the wine and ketchup using bit more broth to make up the difference in liquid. The flavor was marvelous and it is very easy to prepare. Too bad that DH won't eat anything with sour cream, he really missed out!
We enjoyed this for dinner tonight!! I liked that it didn't include cream of mushroom soup, which is how I normally make it. Next time I will, however, leave out the ketchup, basil and nutmeg, for our tastes. I did make it a bit different, although used ingredients amounts as listed, except cut back 2 Tbsp's of butter. I cubed up my sirloin and then added it to 3 Tbsp of flour, that I seasoned with salt and pepper. I then browned the beef in 2 Tbsp of butter and once I flipped pieces over, I moved them to the outer part of the pan and added 2 more Tbsp of butter and added the mushrooms and onions to the center of the pan. After all the veggies and meat were browned I added the broth and sherry and other seasonings. I served it with noodles, corn and blueberry muffins. Thanks for sharing your recipe, especially without the cream of mushroom soup. Made for PRMR.
This was my first time making beef stroganoff - recipe was easy to follow and flavor was amazing. I made two batches - one to eat fresh, one to freeze, would definitely serve to guests.
I've recently gone back to work full-time and have been looking for more freezer-friendly meals. I made this with beef tenderloin and it was excellent. It still had a nice texture even after being frozen. I will definitely be making this again.
This is really tasty, with plenty of sauce for your noodles, which is always nice. I did not use top sirloin, but used 1 lb. of sirloin tips, which I cut into cubes rather than sliced thinly. They came out very tender and flavorful. I truly enjoyed this and will be making this again. Thanks for posting, Ingrid! Made for Please Review My Recipe Tag Game.