By JanJanRice on January 29, 2009
"Easy crock pot recipe!"
Serving Size: 1 (338 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"My wife and I wanted beef stroganoff but since we have a newborn it needed to be easy and simple to make. we saw this recicpe but I was sure I could make it work even though we didnt have all the exact ingredients. I modified the recipe as follows: While browning the meat I used a heaping tablespoon of minced garlic. We love garlic so is wasn't an issue for us. When adding the meat to the slow cooker with the other ingredients I made even more changes. I used a whole 14oz can of Progresso cream of mushroom soup and a whole 8oz can of Hunts tomato sauce since it is what I had on hand and didn't want small quantities of left overs. I was missing beef bullion cubes but had a packet of Lawry's Au Jus seasoning so I used the au jus instead. After doing all that I didnt feel there was enough mushroom for our liking so I saut?ed some fresh baby Bella mushrooms to add to the crock pot. This was then cooked per directions and right before we were ready to eat I boiled up some egg noodles. The resulting meal was incredible and the flavors were amazing. Hope this helps someone build a great dinner. We will be making this again."
"4-star rating for simplicity. I used a whole 8-oz can of tomato sauce (versus recipe calling for 4-oz can? do they sell 4-oz?). A wee bit salty, so I would recommend only using 3 boullion cubes. We put together w/ egg noodles."
"Errrr...what can I say... I wasted organic chopmeat!
But my McDonalds was YUMMY!"
"This was OK . Very quick and easy to toss into a crockpot. I added a couple can of water and cooked the pasta with it ( about the last 45 minutes or so of cooking time) Made for PAC Fall 2009"
"Excellent recipe!!! This was my first time making it and my husband loved it! Great if you are looking for something easy to make."
"Very good recipe, and extemely easy to make. This was my first time making this and it came out wonderful!!"