I just made this because I had a bunch of leeks left over from another dish and wanted to use them up on a cool, fall evening. I thought this was very good!! I used the ground beef and chicken stock options, was sure to include tomato paste and used Dijon mustard. When I dished it up, I sprinkled just a tad of cinnamon. Soo yummy.
I am sorry to say that as written, this just didn't have much flavor for us. I doubled all of the seasonings and still didn't find that it was greatly improved. Thankfully, Hubby was late getting home and I was forced to improvise to keep dinner warm. I tossed the egg noodles with the beef mixture, stirred in more broth and some steak seasoning and plopped it into a warm oven to wait for his arrival. By the time Hubby made it home, the additional seasonings had melded through the dish, and it was a hearty dinner.
This was quite nice -- sort of a beef paprikash with leeks (which we love in anything!). Didn't have ground beef, so we made it with ground venison, and it was very yummy.
This is fantastic stuff! I used the ground beef and chicken stock options. For the mustard I used Dijon and cut the amount in half as I am not the biggest mustard fan. This is very rich and is decaednt for a ground beef recipe. I served it over buttered wide egg noodles. DH loved it so much ne ate the leftovers without any added starch at all. This is a definite repeat here.
I made this recipie today and it was just delicious, definitely a keeper. I used beef, if u like beef and u like leeks then u got to try this one. Really easy to prepare too. Thanks for sharing lvtobake =)