This recipe was good and the meat was fabulously tender, but I think could definitely be better with a few changes. The sauce was way too thin for me, and that is after dredging the meat in the seasoned flour (which I DO think helps and adds a little additional flavor!) and adding the additional flour near the end. In the future I will either use way less beef broth or none at all, and add beef bouillon if I want the additional flavor. It's important to realize that sauces naturally thin out somewhat in a crock pot due to the juices from the meat. I also used real sour cream (although low-fat), and as others have said, adding it near the end keeps it from separating. And lastly, although the taste was good, I definitely needed some extra seasoning with salt and pepper. So keep those handy!
This was a great recipe, and easy!! I also tossed the meat in the flour before cooking. I passed on the mustard and used red instead of white wine and it was still fabulous. This is a keeper!!
An easy and delicious meal. I love those throw-everything-in-the-pot-and-come-home-to-dinner meals, and this one is just that!! I too dredged the meat in some seasoned flour before tossing it in the crockpot. It turned out beautifully! The meat is soooo tender!! Thank you for sharing this keeper!!
Wonderful, delicious and easy to throw together since there is no browning meat involved! Wonderful meal to come home to at the end of the day!
Great recipe.... I made a few changes to it though... I used a jar of mushrooms since I didn't have fresh.... Going to make a point of using fresh next time.... I bet it makes it that much better.... I also left out the white wine and used real sourcream.... I seasoned some flour with seasoning salt, pepper, and garlic powder and tossed my meat in it before adding it to the crockpot.... This helps in the thickening process as well as added more flavor.... Thanks so much for the recipe....
Wonderful dish! Very easy and able to make some changes in the recipe. I used regular mustard, garlic, lots of mushrooms, red wine, I put the sourcream in right before I served it. I made this for Easter dinner with fresh asparagus. Thank you for sharing..
Yummy! I added the sour cream (not substitute) near the end. This is my favorite crock pot recipe so far. I make it whenever DH goes out of town (he doesn't like beef stroganoff) so, I manage to eat the entire pot! I like to serve it over egg noodles
I have to give this one a 5* rating. My entire family liked it and that's hard to find with 4 kids!! It was very easy to make...Put ingredients in and let it cook all day. I did not use the sour cream substitute but I thought everything came out just fine! Good one Diggy!!
Diggy, I made your recipe yesterday and found it to be just ok. I would recommend adding the sour cream at the end, because mine separated during the cooking process on low. Maybe a better cut of meat would also improve this recipe...like some beef tenderloin. The sauce sounded really appetizing, but it just didn't appeal to me. I'm going to try your Easy Creamy Hamburger Stroganoff next... it looks to be a real winner!
What a great easy recipe. I cut the recipe in half and only cooked it on low for 3 1/2 hours, perfect. Only thing I added were 3 cloves garlic and 2 jalapeno peppers. I love a recipe that you can put on and forget about til dinner Thans Diggy I diggy your recipe !!