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I made this tonight on Lavender Lynn's recommendation. I skipped the wine and used a *lot more mushrooms than ask for and boy, was it good! The stock gave plenty of salt for us, it wasn't overpowering but it didn't need any extra either. The beef was very tender with an overall flavor that was rich and delicious. Also, it doesn't hurt any that it's so easy to make. :D
Really good, and a pleasure to make because of all the aromas rising from the pans: steak, onions, mushrooms, garlic, red wine! If you were having company over, you could make this, get it in the oven, and then set everything else up while it bakes. I do suggest adding salt only at the end, with the sour cream, for more tender meat. We did not use msg; did use a low-fat sour cream; otherwise made as posted. Thanks!
Wow! This was smelling so good while it was cooking. Both DH and I thought this was more of a goulash and not a stroganoff. I made as posted except cutting it in half and not using the msg. With that said, this was delicious and the meat was so tender. Please do not use broth, you really need to use the beef consomme to get the right flavor. This is going in my best of 2010 cookbook. Thanks for posting. :)
A great easy to put together in no time at all. We loved this. I chose to serve ours over Mashed Potatoes With Onion and Dill . Well worth trying.
This is a great recipe that allows you to add/take away ingredients according to your taste. I used cognac instead of red wine, added some beef broth to make more sauce, and eliminated the tomato paste and msg. But I love the easy cooking method and delicious end result.
Wonderful stroganoff! This is so easy to make and tastes great! I used eye of round steaks, about 8 pieces and than cut them into strips. Left the mushrooms out and did not add the msg. The meat was so tender and the gravy was awesome. DH isnt real fond of noodles so I made some mashed potatoes to serve this over, awesome! Thank you lazyme for another great recipe!