This turned out a definite Five Star recipe. I highly recommend! I made a couple of reductions to only 1 lb ground beef and 1 onion. I left everything as is, except adding 1/4 water. Thanks for sharing!
This was a good, basic recipe that I'd like to play with and season up in the future. However because I made so many changes, I think it's only fair to leave the full recipe 5 stars. I upped the ground beef to 2 lbs, omitted the onion and mushrooms at the end (family's preference), and added 1/2 cup prepared beef bouillon, since there didn't seem to be enough moisture in the crock pot. It turned out a nice consistency, so I'm glad I did! Will be making again with some tweaks to the spices. A great start!
I've had Beef stroganoff with round steak, chicken stroganoff, and meatball stroganoff, and loved them all! This one, not so much. The meat was barely there, it dissappeared into the sauce. The consistancy was too thin, and there wasn't enough flavor overall. I don't think I'll be making this one again.
A very good recipe. I did use ground turkey and I reduced the amount used. Also because of time constraints and previous comments I turned the heat to high and only cooked it for about 2 hours, until thoroughly heated through then added the sour cream and mushrooms, heating it through again.
I agree with the cook who said the hamburger bacame mushy. I have not made this yet, but plan to this week (love my crockpot). My first thought was that the hamburger would lose it's texture. I'm going to try it with round steak, that will cook up in six hours I'm sure. I'll serve acorn squash on the side. I'll let you know how it goes!
I made this last night for dinner and I was quite disappointed. I left it in the crockpot for 6 hours as the recipie instructed, but the flavor ansd texture did not meet my expectations. The beef had almost disintegrated into mush and the flavor was very bland. I would not recommend this recipe.
Very Good! My whole family liked it!! And that's hard to do around here. I cut the onion way down since my family doesn't like then and I added an extra can of mushrooms. I served it over wide egg noodles.
This was SO good and SO easy. It was great meal for a chilly night.
This is a very good recipe for stroganoff fans. My family loved dinner; even after they saw how many onions went into the prepartion. (They think onions are yucky.) We're always in a rush in the mornings, so I browned the meat and wilted the garlic and onions the night before, then set it in the refrigerater. I also measured, shook,and covered all the dry ingredients into a small bowl and placed next to the crock pot, along with two cans of soup; one celery, and the other mushroom with roated garlic. I added the extra can because I thought it would be dry without it. The next morning, I mixed the meat mixture with the dry mixture and was off. I was confused on how much sliced mushrooms to add, since the listed ingredients did not mention them. I used a third of the pre-sliced container and served them over large noodles, with a side of green beans. I also wasn't sure if I could store the leftovers. We were full and happy.
This was WONDERFUL! My family loved it and it is a comfort food, for those cold, rainy days. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.