Easy One-Dish Beef Stroganoff

"This is an easy one-dish beef stroganoff recipe. To make this more traditional, you can add half of the can of soup & 6 oz. of cooking sherry in place of the whole can of soup. I'm sure that there are way better classic recipes out there, but this one is just too easy & tasty to go through all the other work... :-)"
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  • SLICE beef into very thin strips.
  • COOK beef in nonstick skillet 5 min., stirring often to brown. Add mushrooms to brown.
  • Stir in soup & heat to a boil. Stir in noodles. Cover and cook over low heat 10 minute or until noodles are done.
  • STIR in sour cream & cream cheese and heat through. Top with fresh parsley & serve.

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  1. Amazu
    This was a quick and easy recipe, my family loved it. We def will be making this again. Thank you for sharing this recipe :D
  2. Helping Hands
    This is, indeed, a super easy (and very yummy) one-dish beef stroganoff! My hubby kept saying, between delicious bites, "This is sooooo good! " As the posting chef mentioned, there are fanicer, more time-intensive, and more classic recipes for beef stroganoff (I make one, in fact), but this one is much more everyday-simple, easy, and a breeze to put together, which has it's serious benefits! This is also good enough to serve to company or on a special occasion. My fancy beef stroganoff recipe will likely not be made nearly as often now - and this recipe will be my new everyday-simple one! Thanks for the yummy comfort food recipe!
  3. Mom Mindy 66
    Another one of your easy to make kid and adult pleasers. This was so easy but so delicious. I will make this again and it can also be made for company and dinner nights with friends too when you add the sherry.


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