We added a can of cream of mushroom because it turned out dry, but absolutely delishous! We loved the dill in it! We had no leftovers. It was quick on a weeknight.
I really loved this easy recipe. So good and easy to prepare. Why didnt think to make this earlier?
Had all the simple staple ingredents on hand.
Also added some white wine, beef bullion,some Gravy Master, and sub'ed ricotta for sour cream and served it with mixed leftover pasta which I had in the pantry (penne and egg noodles. )
A huge hit with the hubby. I also added green peas.
Made a good amount for leftovers.
Thanks for posting, dgpat.
Absolutely delicious! This tasted so much like beef. DH loved it as well. I used extra-lean ground turkey, brown gravy mix, and fat-free sour cream. I added onion and peas as well. I also added a crushed beef bullion cube for extra beefy taste. The long simmer really makes the flavor wonderful. I served this over toast. Thank you dgpat.
On top of being easy to prepare, this meal was very yummy. I mixed in a can of green peas and cup of of cooked rice when the sauce was done, which made for an awesome one skillet meal.
This recipe was amazing! Instead of a packet of brown gravy mix, I used reduced sodium turkey gravy, and I added chunks of fresh garlic while cooking the ground turkey (I love garlic). I would have added onion and peas as well, but I didn't have them on hand. This was the perfect stroganoff recipe for my husband because he doesn't like mushrooms at all unless they are hidden by lots of pizza toppings. He loved this meal so much he had two huge helpings of it. Also, I used whole wheat egg noodles (the Catelli brand). All in all, it was a successful recipe that I will definitely be using again. Thanks dgpat!
I really enjoyed this yummy, inexpensive comfort food. I used only 1/2 pound of ground turkey and just under 3/4 cup sour cream in order to stretch my food budget. I sliced and cooked 1/2 package of mushrooms and 1/2 onion with the turkey. I served it over rice.
I wrestled for days over how to rate this recipe. I discovered in making it that I truly do not like ground turkey, and despite the description, this recipe did not do much to change that. However, the recipe did turn out somewhat flavorful, and the meat was as moist as it ever is, I guess. I discovered I didn't have dried parsley, so I used about 1 T of fresh, used the 1/2 tsp. dill, and ended up using about 1 1/2 c. of sour cream in order to use up what was in the fridge. The other two eaters liked it, and I was also able to enjoy the leftovers with some added salt.
Wonderufl dish!! I'm eating dairy-free, so I added dairy-free sour cream and my DH didn't even know. What a great recipe.
This was definitely simple for a newbie like me and good overall. I added fresh cut onions that I sauteed before adding the turkey. I didn't have sour cream so I substituted Greek yogurt and I substituted canned turkey gravy instead of brown gravy mix. I also added in a little Onion soup mix (I wouldn't do that again). Overall, I found that I needed to add quite a bit of pepper to give it a kick otherwise it would have been much blander. I forgot to mention that I added in canned sweet peas.
I didn't bother with the gravy mix and I added a good splash of white wine! This was good.