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WOW!!!!!! This was excellent!!!!!! The meat was so tender and the mustard added a wonderful flavor!!! I had thought this would be like a stroganoff but the mustard and soy sauce gave it a completely different flavor. I think I will be serving this alot this winter!!!!!!
My Husband said to be sure and rate this a 5 star if not more! It smelled wonderful while it was cooking and the meat was so tender. We had it over hot buttered noodles. The sauce was so rich and tasty! A definite keeper and will make it again!!!
I made this for dinner tonight. Very Good! The kids even enjoyed it as well. A keeper! The way the meat and the mushrooms are cooked in the oven helped me rethink how I will cook my meat for a beef stroganoff that I often use. The meat was very tender and very flavorful.
This tasted so good. I left out the mustard and added one more clove of garlic. My husband loved it and said I should rate it with 10 stars. Thank you for a great and easy recipe.
We loved the flavours in this dish. I used cross cut blade steak and served it with rice. A real taste sensation.
Inez, thanks for another WONDERFUL recipe. This was GREAT!! Served with buttered noodles. I will definetly be making this again.
I was in a bit of a hurry so I cut the sirloin into 1/2-inch cubes. Baked it at 350 degrees for 1/2 hour, then drained juices as stated in step 10. I returned the meat to the oven while I cooked the noodles. I also doubled the sauce and I'm glad I did because there was not a drop left. I used burgundy wine instead of wine vinegar. Thanks Inez, yum yum good :-p That is me licking my lips! lol
This recipe is very good. I didn't have any whipping cream on hand so I used sour cream, and sweet onion mustard in place of the Dijon - we loved it! The meat turns out so tender this way - the next time I may saute onions with the mushrooms and garlic.
Oh my word!!! This is fantastic! We will have this a lot!
Very good recipe. Easy to prepare, served over broad noodles and had a salad. Very little left over which I've hidden away for my lunch tomorrow. I did add some salt & black pepper and for my taste I will cut back on the vinegar the next time. Thanks Inez, another winner.