Beef Stroganoff


The most amazing Beef Stroganoff you will ever have! Golden seared juicy beef strips smothered in an incredible sour cream mushroom gravy, this Beef Stroganoff recipe is an easy 30 minute recipe.
Never suffer through dry chewy beef or bland Stroganoff sauce again – this recipe delivers!!



Ingredients

  • 600 g / 1.2 lb scotch fillet steak (boneless ribeye) (Note 1)
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil , divided
  • 1 large onion (or 2 small onions), sliced
  • 300 g / 10 oz mushrooms , sliced (not too thin)
  • 40 g / 3 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp flour (Note 2)
  • 2 cups / 500 ml beef broth , preferably salt reduced
  • 1 tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 150 ml / 2/3 cup sour cream
  • Salt and pepper

Instructions



  1. Use your fist (or rolling pin or mallet) to flatten the steaks to about 3/4cm / 1/3" thick. Slice into 5mm / 1/5" strips (cut long ones in half), discarding excess fat.
  2. Sprinkle with a pinch of salt and pepper.
  3. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a large skillet over high heat. Scatter half the beef in the skillet, QUICKLY spread it with tongs. Leave untouched for 30 seconds until browned. Turn beef quickly (as best you can!). Leave untouched for 30 seconds to brown. Immediately remove onto a plate. Don't worry about pink bits and that it will be raw inside.
  4. Add remaining 1 tbsp oil and repeat with remaining beef.
  5. Turn heat down to medium high. Add butter, melt. Then add onions, cook for 1 minute, then add mushrooms.
  6. Cook mushrooms until golden. Scrape bottom of fry pan to get all the golden bits off (this is flavour!).
  7. Add flour, cook, stirring, for 1 minute.
  8. Add half the broth while stirring. Once incorporated, add remaining broth.
  9. Stir, then add sour cream and mustard. Stir until incorporated (don't worry if it looks split, sour cream will "melt" as it heats).
  10. Bring to simmer ,then reduce heat to medium low. Once it thickens to the consistency of pouring cream (3 - 5 minutes), adjust salt and pepper to taste.
  11. Add beef back in (including plate juices). Simmer for 1 minute, then remove from stove immediately. (Note 4)
  12. Serve over pasta or egg noodles, sprinkled with chives if desired.




Recipe Notes:
1. Best cut of beef for stroganoff - use decent to good quality quick cooking cut of beef such as:

boneless rib eye (aka scotch fillet)
boneless sirloin, sirloin steak tips
beef tenderloin
I don't recommend: beef round steak (aka topside), skirt, flat iron, hanger. 

Pork can also be used - pork stroganoff is found in Russia too.

2. Flour - any is fine here, I use plain white flour (all purpose). Or use 1 tbsp cornstarch / cornflour (for Gluten free stroganoff sauce)

3. Serving - I like serving this with short pastas, rather than long pastas. Easier to eat. It's also great with mashed potato, rice, polenta - anything that's suitable to slop up all that gravy!

4. Sauce thickness: You can make sauce thinner with touch of water if you want, but DO NOT keep simmering to thicken once the beef is added, it will overcook the beef.

5. Storage - 3 to 4 days in the fridge, also freezes fine. Thaw fully then reheat carefully, being sure not to overcook the beef!

6. Nutrition per serving, assuming 5 servings (serves 4 hearty servings or 5 sensible servings), excludes pasta.


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