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Beef Stroganoff (photos)


This post shows how I made Beef Stroganoff with french cut garlic green beans.

We'll look at the stroganoff first. I used medium flat noodles, thin sliced sirloin (cut after freezing to help with the slicing), AP flour, garlic, onions, mushrooms, butter, oil, red wine, salt, pepper, beef broth, and sour cream.



There are many recipes for this dish. I think mine is pretty standard, relying on butter, flour, wine, beef broth and sour cream for the sauce.

Start with sliced mushrooms and onions, sauteed in butter and a little oil. Set aside when they are tender.



Add a little more butter and oil after removing the sauteed mushrooms and onion and cook the beef in the same pan with a three cloves of minced garlic, salt, pepper and a Tablespoon of flour.



When the beef is cooked, deglaze the pan with a half cup of red wine and a half cup of beef broth. This should result in a rich brown gravy.



Cook for a few minutes, taste for seasoning and return the mushrooms and onion to the pan.



I held the stroganoff here while I cooked the grean beans, then finished it and plated it immediately over cooked flat noodles. To finish the stroganoff, stir in about a cup and a half of sourcream. You do not want ot cook the dish after adding the sourcream to avoid breaking down the sauce.



Green Beans:

I prepped these before starting the stroganoff.

Need fresh green beans, butter, oil salt, white wine and a Tablespoon of minced garlic.



French cut the beans.



Blanch in salted water.



Chill and hold until ready to finish.



To finish, saute for three or four minutes in a Tablespoon of butter and a splash of white wine with the Tablespoon of minced garlic.



Taste and season if needed.

The dinner table













This post was edited on 9/24 at 11:14 am



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Fusaichi Pegasus
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I'd eat that over some toast





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4LSU2
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I'm curious to see a pic of you and MrsMeridianDog. The two of you have to weigh half a ton collectively, based on your insane food pics.





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BRgetthenet
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How dare you say anything other than:


That looks good
IWEI
Nice yard
Nice table setting
Nice plates
Nice fork
Nice spoons
Nice table cover

How dare you?






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Patrick O Rly
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Store bought sour cream? Savages, the whole lot of you.





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Rohan2Reed
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Looks good MD. I don't know if I'd use the sour cream, and if I did maybe half your amount. I'd still rock that though.





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Al Dante
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Nice plates.





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Martini
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My mother has made this all my life and it's one of my old favorites. Over a big fat egg noodle. Glad to see it still around and it brings back memories.


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Jibbajabba
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He did post a pic of himself eating a sams club hotdog once. He was average build for his age IMO.





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El Josey Wales
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Looks great.





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TigerMyth36
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quote:

The two of you have to weigh half a ton collectively,


He may post some unhealthy food pics but if you notice. He is pretty good about making just enough for he and his wife most of the time.

I need to learn to cook my portions better. I end up making too much and eating too damn much.






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MeridianDog
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quote:

Martini - My mother has made this all my life and it's one of my old favorites


My mom does it, too. Her recipe, which I really like is very much different from mine. Still very good. We grew up eating it on rice, which is fine with me.






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Looks amazing





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quote:

How dare you say anything other than:


That looks good
IWEI
Nice yard
Nice table setting
Nice plates
Nice fork
Nice spoons
Nice table cover

How dare you?



Now I'll be nervous about saying too many positive things.







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Oenophile Brah
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That looks pretty solid. It looks creamier then I remember. I usually throw a little mustard in the sauce and top with parsley for a little color.

That is a dish I haven't made in ages. I'll have to dust that one off soon.






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Dark Tiger
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Fat people don't eat off plates like that - they eat out of large bowls






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Coater
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looks great m-dawg!

how bout them bulldogs by the way??






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4LSU2
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quote:

Fat people don't eat off plates like that - they eat out of large bowls




I was just picking at the Dog. He posts insatiable pics every evening. Guy seems to be an incredible cook and takes great pride in his dishes. I've always been told never to trust a skinny cook!!






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Coater
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quote:

I've always been told never to trust a skinny cook!!


or a doctor that's a good golfer






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4LSU2
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Touché

Food looks great as always, MeridianDog .






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