Nothing improves the taste of pasta more than a good appetite.
~ Italian Proverb
Ben went with me for grocery shopping two weeks ago and saw Stroganoff sauce in a bottle on the shelves. He asked that I try this out. The instruction on the bottle seems simple and does look like something that the boys would like.
Beef Stroganoff, in its simplest form, is simply tender beef with a mushroom and sour cream sauce served over noodles, or even rice. The current accepted history of this dish dates back to the 1890s when a chef working for Count Pavel Alexandrovich Stroganov, a famous Russian general, invented the recipe for a cooking competition in St. Petersburg.
I used egg white pasta to go with the Beef Stroganoff.
- 1 bottle (400ml) of Stroganoff cooking sauce
- 1 package (340g) of egg white pasta
- 1 lb sirloin steak
- 1 can of mushroom pieces
- cilantro for garnishing
For those who loves beef stroganoff, you will like this Hamburger Stroganoff from scratch too.
This is a very simple and fast meal to make — it took me just 20 minutes. I know I am going to make this more often. The guys loves this a lot. I might try this with other types of pasta, noodles and rice.