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Old 05-22-2007, 11:53 AM   #1
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Mushroom Stroganoff

it's the same thing as a beef strog recipe, but I was serving it
as a side for steaks, so I just omitted the beef. And I don't have a real recipe, so here's how it went.

I trimmed the whole filly mig and had some good looks pieces of meat
with fat on em, so I threw in a pan with evoo and some butter and rendered some fat. Then add diced or minced onions and sautee for a couple of minutesand then mushrooms, till done. Add generous splash
of woos. Add butter if needed. Remove all.
Add sherry (about a cup) and beef stock (about 3/4 cup?), reduce.
Add a little dollop ofdijon, and a can cream of mushroom soup and
return meat and veggies and mix, bring to a simmer.
Add as much sour cream as the sauce will take! lol and stir and turn off heat. add in hot noodles and toss to mix.

I salt and pepper everything in steps, and I like a lot of pepper.
I make mine pretty strong...in my kitchen, you can't add too much
butter, pepper, woos, or sherry.

You will find most recipes call for a red wine instead of sherry.
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Old 05-26-2007, 05:45 PM   #2
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Dang Cap'n I hate to be the one to mention this..but if you quit serving them el cheapo steaks you would not need to sling that glop all over it. You aint from Texas are ya?

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It's been a long time since you bought me a steak...I'm stretchin to make ends meet. Or meat.
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Well ok since you trying to economize guess it be ok for non-Texans to do that kinda stuff

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