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Jun 10

Ground Beef Stroganoff with Fresh Mushrooms

Beef Stroganoff has always been a favorite of my family. I would mix in canned cream of mushroom soup. Since I am not using as many processed foods I don’t buy cream of mushroom soup anymore. Now I make it from scratch and boy it’s so much tastier. It’s really not that hard to make.

Here’s what you’ll need:

2 pounds ground beef from chuck

1 medium onion sliced thin

8 ounces fresh mushrooms

4 Tablespoon butter

4 Tablespoons flour

2 cups milk

salt

pepper

1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

1 cup sour cream

Brown ground chuck with sliced onion in a dutch oven.

Melt butter in a small sauce pan.

Blend in flour, salt and pepper.

Cook over low heat, stirring until mixture is smooth and bubbly.

Stir in milk. Heat until boiling, stirring constantly.

Boil and stir  1 minute. It will begin to thicken. Remove from heat.

Drain fat from beef. Return to dutch oven.

Stir in the white sauce.

Stir in mushrooms.

Stir in worcestershire sauce and sour cream.

Mix well and simmer on low for 10 – 15 minutes to heat through. Serve. We usually serve it over pasta.

Shared at: Like a Mustard Seed , Little Natural Cottage , Coastal Charm , Homemaker on a Dime, Mrs Dull’s Nourished Kitchen , Claiming Our Space , Nature’s Nurture , Romance on a Dime , In The Old Road , The DIY Dreamer , Uncommon Designs , Kelly the Kitchen Kop , We Are That Family , Frugally Sustainable , Lady Behind the Curtain , Michelle’s Tasty Creations , Katherine’s Corner , Practically Functional , Simple Lives Thursday , Everyday Tastes, Miz Helen’s Country Cottage , Momnivore’s Dilemma , Beyond the Peel , Happy Hour Projects , Here Comes the Sun , Little Becky Homecky , The Frugal Girls , Food Renegade , Comfy in the Kitchen , Real Food Whole Health, Rattlebridge Farm , Premeditated Leftovers, My Turn For Us , Country Momma Cooks , Young Living Oil Lady , Homemaker in Heels , Addicted to Recipes , Flamingo Toes , A Southern Fairy Tale

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  1. mer

    yum! absolutely going on my menu plan for next week!

  2. cindy

    Thanks for the recipe. cant wait to try it, but dont see how much milk to use.

    1. Diane

      Yikes! Thanks. It’s 2 cups milk :)

  3. Carri Wright

    I love me a good stroganoff…. this looks delish!
    Thanks so much for sharing with the ALL STARS BLOCK PARTY

    Carri
    simplydonewright.blogspot.com

  4. Natalie

    I make this recipe A LOT, and even my picky two year old loves it. The only thing I do differently is add am entire bottle of red cooking wine and need stock, then let everything simmer for abt an hour. It is fantastic!!

    1. Diane

      I’ll have to try it your way too. It sounds yummy. Thanks for stopping by

  5. Natalie

    Not need stock. beef stock!

  6. Jessi

    Ooh that looks delicious! Thanks so much for linking this up to The Fun In Functional!

  7. christine

    It looks fabulous. However I am allergic to seafood and Worcestershire has anchovies. Do you know of any alternatives?

    1. Diane

      You can make it without the Worcestershire sauce. I have. It is still very good. I would add a bit more sea salt. Thanks for stopping by.

    2. Madeleine

      You can get vegetarian Worchestershire Sauce at a health food store such as Whole Foods or similar.

      1. Diane

        Thanks so much for the tip.

  8. Kathy (aka Mrs Dull)

    Diane, thanks for sharing with us at Scratch Cookin’ Tuesday!

  9. Holly

    Looks wonderful. Thanks for linking up to the All Star Block Party.

  10. April @ The 21st Century Housewife

    We love beef stroganoff and your recipe sounds delicious. I have never made it with ground beef before – it sounds like an excellent easy and frugal alternative to strips of fillet steak!

  11. Miz Helen

    Your Ground Beef Stroganoff with Fresh Mushrooms looks like real comfort food to me, just delicious. Hope you have a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  12. Sarah @ Nature's Nurture

    Diane, this looks scrumptious! And so easy with basic ingredients we usually have on hand :) Thanks for sharing at Tiny Tip Tuesday – I’m pinning this for the not-so-distant future :)

  13. Christine

    That looks really good Diane!!

    Thanks so much for sharing at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  14. Evelyn

    I haven’t made stroganoff in years and years. I love the fact you made your own without using cream of mushroom soup. I am trying to cut down on processed foods also. I need to make this , I know my sweet hubby would love it:) Many Thanks my Friend, for sharing at Freedom Fridays.

  15. Claiming Our Space

    I think my husband would love me forever if I made him this for dinner! He loves beef stroganoff. Thanks so much for sharing on Tout It Tuesday!

  16. Michelle

    This looks delicious! I love Stroganoff. Thanks so much for stopping by Creative Thursday last week. I couldn’t do these parties without you. Can’t wait to see what you link up this week. Have a wonderful week.
    Michelle

  17. Debbie

    I like to make this with ground beef. My twist is using thin, round slices of potatoes. Later I started mixing it all together (cream-of-mushroom soup) into a soup and serving it with cornbread.

    1. Debbie

      I forgot to mention I season it with Oregano. Yummy!!!!

  18. -h (@taste-buds)

    I absolutely love beef stroganoff, and eerily enough, my family used to make it the same way. I will have to try this way of making it from scratch.

    -h

  19. Jason Ahlman

    Sounds great! Gonna try it in a couple days!

  20. The Hillbilly Housewife

    I’m so glad I found your recipe and got a chance to share it with my readers. So many of us are looking for ways to eliminate using packaged foods. It’s so easy to make a simple white sauce to replace canned soup, I don’t know why anyone would waste their money on cream of mushroom soup ever again. Excellent recipe and example of how we can cook from scratch with ease. Great site, too!

  21. Eva Mitton

    Wow, this looks just like Mom’s home made stroganoff. I am excited to try this and eliminate the canned soup sauce. Having high blood pressure – trying to avoid high salt content – so white sauce indicated here is something I will try for Happy Saturday – our comfort food day. Ty.

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