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Recipie For Beef Stroganaff?

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That sounds kind of tough since it calls for sour cream. Can you get a soy based sour cream? If so and you can eat soy, maybe try that.

I've never tried to recreate it since I don't like it at all. But when I do tuna casserole, I made sort of a cream soup base of fresh and/or dried and reconstituted mushrooms chopped fine in the food processor, along with a bit of celery and onion. I sautee this all in some olive oil then add a bit of sweet rice flour to thicken it up a bit after the liquid has come out of the veggies. This makes a nice base but it doesn't taste like the creamy sauce for a strogonoff would.

One thing my husband likes (and strogonoff is one of his favorite foods) is Hormel Beef Au Jus. I heat up a package or two in a big skillet, using a big spoon to break the meat down into smaller pieces. I simply take the refrigerated product and put it right in the skillet. The hardened bits of fat stay in the container for the most part and I just throw that part away.

While the meal heats through, I cook a package of Tinkyada Fettucine noodles until just al dente. I then drain them and add them to the meat, along with a little sprinkle of parsley. I just stir it together gently over the heat to heat it all through. Perhaps you could try something like that and add a bit of soy based sour cream?

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Guest j_mommy

Mrs. Leepers brand has a beef stroganaff....kinda of like hambuger helper.....it's really good! I love that brand!

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I make stroganoff all the time and my family loves it. Recipe is for 4 people. Brown 1 pound ground beef, drain well. Add 6-8 oz. mushrooms (I like the pre-sliced bellas), one med chopped onion, 1 tsp. italian seasoning, 1 tsp. terragon cover tighly on low for about 15 minutes (mushrooms should be cooked through). Add 8 oz container of sour cream (or soy) (my son is allergic to wheat not celiac). Prepare 12-16 oz bag of rice noodles (we use tinkyada) and add to skillet stir a couple of minutes. Serve

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We also just started using Mrs. Leepers brand but have not tried the stroganoff as of yet. But the Lasagana is real good. We buy it at Safeway.

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I'm craving stroganoff now, am making this for dinner lol :D

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