Wonderful beef stroganoff Michelle! I used two pounds of beef stew meat and salt, pepper, and lemon pepper instead of the seasoned salt. Added the milk to the 1 1/2 cups of water and stirred it in with the soup mixture. Cooked in the slow cooker for 8 hours and added the sour cream just before serving. The first night we had the stroganoff with noodles and than again a couple nights later with mashed potatoes. The gravy was so good and the perfect amount for both meals. Thank you Michelle for sharing your dad's recipe! Made and reviewed for the Please Review My Recipe tag game.
This is a good recipe for people who like a lot of sauce. I followed ingredients per recipe except I made mashed potatoes instead of noodles. My family loves gravy on their potatoes. Made for PRMR.
This is really good. We don't have a pressure cooker so I just braised some beef stew meat until tender then followed the rest of the directions opting to leave the onion in. Based on previous reviews, I reduced the sauce by omitting the condensed golden mushroom soup and this worked out perfect with a nice healthy portion of meat to sauce.
VERY good stroganoff! Super simple but easy to make. I did how ever use lean ground turkey to make it a tad bit heathier, and I used less sauce to meat ratio as well. Overall a great meal.
Was not really my cup of tea. It's an easy recipe, but WAY too much sauce for 1 lb of beef.
This is a simple and tasty beef stroganoff! I have never used golden mushroom soup before but it gave this a great flavor. I made this even easier by using my crockpot. I layered onions in the bottom, then beef chunks then I mixed the sauce ingredients and poured it over the top. I cooked it on low for about 13 hours then poured it over cooked egg noodles. YUM! This turned out even better than I expected! Thanks to your father for the recipe.