Mouthwatering Monday - Two-Step Beef Stroganoff

I had no idea I went the entire month of February without posting a recipe. However, this recipe is so easy and delicious, it makes up for my terrible lapse.

This is my mom's Beef Stroganoff.

One can of cream of mushroom soup
One can of cream of celery soup
One can of French onion soup
One package of stew meat (beef cubes)
One package of egg noodles (or rice)

Step 1:
Mix the three soups together in a mixing bowl. Add stew meat (you can brown the beef cubes first but you don't have to). Bake in oven on 250 for 8 hours, or in a Crock Pot on low for 8 hours, until the meat is fork tender.

Step 2:
Make noodles or rice according to package directions. Pour meat and gravy on top. Your husband and kids will love you - this makes the best meat and gravy!

I especially love this recipe because I can put the meat on to cook while I'm at work, and when I get home all I have to do is make noodles or rice and dinner is on the table in record time.

Beef Stroganoff

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Formerly known as Frau said...

Yummy I haven't made that in years! Awesome I know whats for dinner tonight!

Amy said...

Frau - It is so good no one would guess it's a "soup can" recipe!

Michelle Smiles said...

Once upon a time I had a Campbell's cook book and it had a recipe very similar to this in it. I love beef stroganoff. I used to make this when I worked - then stir a little sour cream in at the end. Always made me happy. Thanks for posting the recipe because I had lost it somewhere along the way.

Karen Hartzell, Graco said...

I have been looking for a super easy stroganoff. Thank you sooo much for sharing! I cannot wait to try it!

Rima said...

I'm always looking for a good stroganoff recipe. Thanks for posting this!

Ellen aka Ellie said...

I am so excited! As I "push" fifty, I'm finding more things I want to learn how to do, and cooking is at the top of the list. While many people (read: food snobs) would scoff at this recipe, I can't wait to try it.

Thank you Amy!

Amy said...

Ellen - You will love this! It's so good no one would suspect how easy it really is. (A working mom can't afford to be a food snob, at least Mon-Fri!)

2 Little Irish Boys said...

This looks like a fantastic recipe--love having something new!

Ellen aka Ellie said...

I am making it Friday night (obviously I'm not a Catholic, though stating I am eating meat on a Friday during lent gave this former Catholic pause), and am looking forward to it. Seriously a novice, I was happy even to be able to locate the beef in the meat dept. when I shopped last night!

I will let you know...

My meat consumption has been drastically cut back, so this is literally making my mouth water!

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