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Very nice result that was popular with the whole family! Sliced baby portabella mushrooms were a great addition. Thanks!

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suba November 16, 2005

This was an easy recipe and was nice to use the crockpot. I used beef stew meat, because I didn't have roundsteak. I think I'll try it with roundsteak next time. The sauce is really good. I did thicken it with a little cornstarch.

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jane49423 March 25, 2010

I generally make this with pork shoulder, for my weekend gaming group. There have been fights over the last serving :) Also, I add a cup of uncooked 5 minute rice to it when I add the sour cream, and use that instead of noodles.

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SnoBahr March 06, 2009

Quite tasty...I served it with rice (don't really like noodles), and it tasted even better the next day. Thanks, Emily.

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Glutton December 18, 2007

Mmmm-mmm good! I have to admit I was somewhat disappointed when I got home and found in the crockpot what closely resembled another beef/tomato recipe I make. However, upon adding the sour cream my attitude greatly improved! Delish over eggnoodles!I added extra fresh ground pepper for our taste and next time I'll add wine as Boca Pat suggests and some mushrooms. YUM!

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RedWonder April 21, 2005

This was excellent. The only change I made was to add 1/2 cup of red wine. The sauce was so flavorful and the meat was nice and tender. I served it over egg noodles.

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Boca Pat November 08, 2004

We enjoyed this tonight over egg noodles. Easy to put together and great on flavor. Thanks.

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Tracy H. October 17, 2004

This was great! The only change I made was because I didn't have canned tomatoes on hand, so used fresh plum tomatoes. The fans (ages 4, 4, and 11) went wild! I'd suggest using 1" cubes, and letting it cook on the high side of the time range. The meat comes out incredibly tender, in fact you have to be careful when stirring it's so tender. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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Nick Danger February 01, 2004

Lovely recipe; I added sliced carrots and cubed potatoes and served over nokedli, little Hungarian dumplings

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silver-rose December 02, 2012

This was a great way to use up some round steak I had sitting in the freezer. Very easy recipe and the kids liked it too! Thanks for sharing.

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jennifertess September 10, 2009
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