Easy Weeknight Beef Stroganoff
Try this easy version of a fabulous dish ready in minutes!
Try this easy version of a fabulous dish ready in minutes!
I thought this was delicious. I did make a few changes, but nothing drastic. I added tons of garlic powder and onion powder because I do to almost all my dishes. Plus I added like 1/8 a cup of Worcestershire sauce. I wanted a healthier option so I omitted the sour cream and instead added a little milk. I cooked it down to thicken it. Yummy!!Read More
This recipe didn't go well for my family. To us, it was bland and needed extra garlic and worcesterhire sauce to help it out. I also added in some sauteed mushrooms and a seasoning packet of HVR salad dressing mix to liven it up.Read More
I thought this was delicious. I did make a few changes, but nothing drastic. I added tons of garlic powder and onion powder because I do to almost all my dishes. Plus I added like 1/8 a cup of Worcestershire sauce. I wanted a healthier option so I omitted the sour cream and instead added a little milk. I cooked it down to thicken it. Yummy!!
We did ours with meatballs, which our kids love. It was quick and easy on a sports-practice school night!
This recipe didn't go well for my family. To us, it was bland and needed extra garlic and worcesterhire sauce to help it out. I also added in some sauteed mushrooms and a seasoning packet of HVR salad dressing mix to liven it up.
My family and I really enjoyed this dish! I made a few additions - used butter instead of oil, added a little flour to thicken the sauce, added a little mustard and green onions. My kids loved it so much that they asked to have it for lunch tomorrow at school! As there were no leftovers, I guess I'll be making another batch!
Not that bad but the AllRecipes recipe in the slow cooker has even more flavor. Great choice in cut of beef for this recipe. I think I will use this type of meat next time with a different recipe.
For economic reasons I used boneless chuck steak sliced thin and browned. Added onions, garlic and I added sliced portabello mushrooms and cooked for aa few minutes. I added water,covered, and simmered until almost tender (1hr)and most of liquid was evaporated. Then I added the portabello mushroom sauce and simmered for another 20 min until thickened. Added the sour cream and served over egg noodles.We all loved the flavor of this entree.
We really liked this recipe & will use it again. I did tweak it though. After all, it is just a starter, not a finisher. LOL! I first off used only 3/4# of venison loins. While cooking them, I added about 1/4 tsp. California style garlic salt with parsley. I had button mushrooms in the fridge to use up, so I added about 6 of those, sliced, while sauteing the onions. Waited until right towards the end to add the garlic clove, so as not to burn & get bitter. When this was done, I tasted it & it still needed a little more of the California style garlic salt with parsley, so I added about 1/4 tsp. more. I also added about 1/2 tsp. coarse ground black pepper. I cooked my noodles in water with chicken bouillon in it for added flavor & then drained them & tossed them with about 2 Tbsp. butter. My husband doesn't like noodles, but he loved this!
I have to agree with the other reviewers that this was pretty bland. I was expecting big flavor from this can as a boost, but nope. However, it is low in sodium so that's a good point. I had to add 3 more cloves of garlic, 1 additional t of worcestershire sauce, doubled the sour cream and an 8oz container of fresh mushrooms, then it was pretty good.
A basic & bland beef stroganoff that was actually a big hit with the kids at my daughter's sleepover. I felt that while the sauce had a good mushroom flavor, the lack of mushroom chunks was noticeable. Have to do something with the beef too since it came out a little bit tough. A keeper in a pinch.
A quick easy meal, but definitely needs more jazz.
Loved this recipe with a few tweaks...I added in some minced garlic, extra Worcestershire sauce, sliced button mushrooms, and used ground beef....awesome dinner in under 30 minutes!
Not bad. I served these with fresh broccoli and homemade spinach egg noodles. Pretty good.
This turned out good, but I made alterations, so I don't know if my rating is fair. I sauteed fresh sliced mushrooms with the onions. I seasoned the steak with Montreal steak seasoning and cooked it with worcestershire. I also added extra worcestershire sauce to the sauce mixture as well. I mixed it all together with noodles that I cooked.
Was pretty good, I did however use worcestershire, garlic, portabello mushrooms and onion, and I used cream of mushroom soup, instead of the starter sauce.. Have made it a few times this way, My family loves it.
Easy, fast and delicious! I added mushrooms and my family loved it!
Definitely needs a bit more seasoning to be good. I used butter instead of oil to cook the beef and then to cook the onion and garlic. I added some sliced baby bella mushrooms with the onions as well. I doubled the Worcestershire sauce and sprinkled some onion and garlic powder (about 1/2 teaspoon each) for more flavor.
love this recipe. try switching sour cream out for plain greek yogurt for like half the fat and calories. :)
Wonderful and easy!
Great recipe but I added a dessert spoon of hot english mustard (already made up) to the low fat sour cream at the end which gave it the zing it needed. Delicious!
bland. VERY bland.
A little bland, but otherwise excellent and quick
I liked it and, more importantly, my family liked it too. Will definitely make again.
Very easy but had a "processed" taste from the canned soup. Probably won't make it again.
We used fresh steak and added onion powder, garlic powder, and worcestershire sauce as recommended by other reviewers. Yum.
This was awesome made it again !!!
Good recipe. I added a bit more Worcestershire sauce, a can of mushrooms, and some parsley flakes. I didn't think it was as bland as the other reviewers. It had just enough flavor. To each their own.
great receipt i altered it a bit but still turned out amazing even my son had seconds said it was very good!!
I followed the recipe, made no tweaks and it was delish! Super easy - thanks for sharing!!
Love this dish! Very simple and delicious. The only changes I made was a substitution of vegan cream cheese for regular cream cheese and I used Quorn meatless beef. Will definitely make again!
Very easy, and the whole family liked it!
I used round steak and put everything in the slow cooker for 8 hours. I substituted a large can of low sodium mushroom soup for the mushroom cooking sauce and added a 1/4 cup of flour to thicken it. I found the sauce to be the perfect base for personal taste adjustments, so I added a tsp of black pepper and a tsp of Old Bay seasoning blend. The sauce looked a bit "pale" so I added 1/2 tsp of Kitchen Bouquet browning sauce to give it a bit more colour. I served it with egg noodles and it was a hit! Will definitely be making this again.
Made this dish for dinner tonight. Husband liked it and said it was good.!! Will look into tweaking a little for next time.
Yuk..... recipe copied off the back of the progesso pouch
This was good an the family loved it! I added extra onions, 2 cups portabello mushrooms, and 3 tablespoons cream cheese. I also used 2lbs. ground sirloin an extra salt an pepper to taste.
Instead of using sirloin steak, I made meatballs with ground beef. I browned the meatballs in a little oil, then simmered them in the sauce while I cooked the noodles. I used 7 ounces of noodles, which was perfect for the amount of sauce. My family loved it.
Yuck. I followed the directions, and it looked just like the picture. But it was barely edible. First of all, that mushroom soup stuff tastes only like canned mushrooms, which I find barely palatable to begin with, and it's way soupier than the Campbell's cream of mushroom soup. Second, the recipe doesn't have you season or marinate the meat at all, so it was gross. And I had the butcher at the store cut up a 1-pound sirloin steak (which is PLENTY, by the way - not sure why it says 2 pounds) so I didn't have to, and she cut it with the veins of fat in it, so that made the meat inedible anyway. Normally when a recipe doesn't work out, I mess with it and try again, but no amount of doctoring will make this recipe edible to my family. And I'm never buying those Recipe Starter soups again. Yuck.
Love recipe easy for me to make as a beginner, made as a meal prep for work lunches for the week great home cooked meal will make again for a nice hearty work lunch
Bland. And even tho I did use top sirloin steak, the meat was tough. Will try another recipe next time.
This was super easy, fast to prepare and a crowd pleaser. I added a bit more garlic and used Campbell's Golden Mushroom soup(local store doesen't carry Progresso recipie starters) and added a can of portabella mushrooms.
As written, this recipe was a 2 1/2- it took a lot of doctoring. I cut salt to 1/4 tsp and subbed garlic salt, upped garlic to 4 cloves, added 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes, upped black pepper to 1/2 tsp, added 1 tsp parsley, doubled worcestershire, added 1 1/2 tsp garlic powder, 1 1/2 tsp onion powder, 1 1/2 tsp mustard, and 1 crushed cube of beef bouillon. After changes this is a 5 star recipe- I made it for dinner last night and my husband has already polished off all of the leftovers!
My family loved it! I added some garlic powder just to give it some flavor. It turned out amazing!
Looking forward to trying this recipe, but we don't have Progresso products here, I wonder if a cream of mushroom soup would work as well?
It was very good. looking foward to trying more of progresso recipes I thought this was delicious. My family and I really enjoyed this dish. Mr. Skip
Only change I made was that I used Philadelphia cream cheese and added some A-1 steak sauce just to add a little more flavor. I will make it again the family just loved it. Thanks