Just had it this evening and I had to modify and cooked it for 3 hours on high. Turned out delicious. Both kids - 7 and 11 loved it and so did my husband. I agree with other reviewers about thickeners. I will add flour last 30 minutes next time. Great recipe!
LisaTH Posted: 10/14/10
gretcheepoo Posted: 02/12/11
This was great! I accidentally put all of the paprika on the meat & it gave it a wonderful bite. My meat fell apart, but I was okay with that because it was so incredibly tender. Served it over wheat egg noodles & enjoyed every bite.
tawni001 Posted: 10/13/10
So easy and very good. I served it over egg noodles. May want to add a bit more salt before cooking and I, too, added a bit of flour to thicken. Will definitely make over and over.
5638552056 Posted: 10/05/10
The meat was so tender it fell apart. I did add a little bit of flour to it to thicken it up, but overall, it was fantastic!!! I have a picky son when it comes to food and he loved it! I will definately make it again.
Foodie25 Posted: 08/10/11
I dredged the beef in flour prior to browning it and cooked it on high for 5 hours...got a bit of a late start. Used a combination of shitake and white mushrooms (we love 'shrooms). Didn't need to add any additional flour to thicken up, but it did need a touch of salt at the end. Served with whole grain egg noodles...delicious! Loved this...it is my new favorite stroganoff recipe.
earrational Posted: 10/18/11
I didn't bother browning anything. Just threw it, including frozen meat, in the crock-pot. It was delicious. I pureed a portion for my toddler and he loved it too.
mysparky Posted: 12/12/11
Have tried other beef stroganoff recipes and just was not too happy with them. This recipe is a great basis, but I made a few changes based upon previous comments from reviewers: 1) dredged meat in flour (along w/ called for salt, pepper, paprika) prior to browning 2) only had reduced-fat sour cream on hand and it started to separate a bit while in the pan so I added about 1 tablespoon of cream cheese (that helped) 3) checked meat at 5 hrs and it was essentially done (very tender). Added about 1 Tablespoon flour, cranked heat up to "high" and cooked for another 25 mins - sauce was thickened nicely 4) added fresh dill as recipe recommends
Christina21 Posted: 03/06/12
Didn't use all the juice when I added it to the noodles. Came out great! The whole family loved it..and we have picky eaters!
ConnieWeaver Posted: 09/15/12
Tasted good, but gravy never thickened. This needs something to thicken the sauce.
domesticated4rn Posted: 11/04/13
Horrible. Tasted like bad hospital food.