On today’s show I discuss a classic dish, Beef Stroganoff. This warming food has a Russian origin but is enjoyed throughout most of Europe and especially in parts of Germany.
Made with cheaper cuts of beef and classically infused with sour cream, beef stroganoff is a rich hearty dish usually served over egg noodles.
My version uses Worcestershire sauce, fresh and dry Thyme and plenty of garlic. I like beef stock but chicken stock works well too. As far as mushrooms just about any can be used, even canned which are good in this dish, however if served to guests I would most likely use fresh mushrooms.
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