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This was delicious! I only used 1/3 of a cup of stock as I didnt want it too runny. I served it with creamy mashed potatoes and sauteed grated zucchini with black pepper and juice of 1/2 a lemon. very very nice =)
I made this last night. I couldn't find mustard seeds, so I didn't use it. I wanted to make a beef stroganoff, but my wife prefers chicken to beer, so I thought I might take a shot at making this. I have to say that this was NOT a winner at our house. I was able to force it down, but the wife could not. I don't think I have to say this, but we will not be cooking this again.
Mmmm, great flavor. I love stroganoff but am not a huge fan of beef so this was perfect! Thanks :)
Delicious.Thank you for this very easy recipe.I did'nt add any brandy this time but shall try it again with brandy.
Thanks Julie, tried this last night...added green pepper coz I had it, resisted my husbands urgings to add coriander(he likes coriander with Everything), served it with rice and roasted baby squash, another success story!!
Great recipe, no sour cream or flour! I made it with vennison; substituted soymilk and yogurt for the cream, so mine was less creamy but still good. Used about half and half button mushrooms/baby bellas. I love the mustardy taste, looking forward to trying again. Didn't have mustard seed- I'm sure it will be even more flavorful when I do. Definately an upgrade from traditional stroganoff, more to my taste!
Incredibly quick & easy, and very tasty, especially the sauce. I used light sour cream in place of the regular cream since that's what I had, and it imparted a great flavour to the sauce. I added about a tsp of corn starch to thicken right at the end. Served it over buttered egg noodles and my husband, myself, and our toddler finished the whole dish in one sitting. Will definitely be making this again, and also trying it out with venison and beef broth for a change.
Very enjoyable dish! I used it as the base for an excellent dinner using Christmas leftovers: I substituted cooked turkey for the chicken and turkey stock (made from my Rescued Turkey Stock #24576) for the chicken stock. I discovered I was out of mushrooms (which I thought I had, forgetting I had made spaghetti the night before) and so substituted steamed broccoli, which was a good choice. I had all the other ingredients on hand, even the brown mustard seeds, and found the dish was simple to prepare and came together quite quickly. Excellent taste; a definite keeper. I might cut back on both the cream and stock next time (too much sauce, I think), but other than that think the flavourings are excellent as they are and work together well. I served it with mashed potatoes.