Ready in 45 minutes
Here is how to make a Budget-Friendly Ground Beef Stroganoff. It uses ground beef, rather than a more expensive type of meat and has very few ingredients. It is very quick and easy to put together for a large, hearty meal!
"Delicious! I used nonfat plain yogurt instead of sour cream. I think an extra dash or two of something to give it a kick might be good next time...or use full fat sour cream!"- BellySheard
Top-ranked recipe named "Budget-friendly Ground Beef Stroganoff"
Brown 1 pound of ground beef with 4 slices of crisp, chopped bacon and 1 small chopped onion. Stir in 10 3/4 oz. can of cream of mushroom soup, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon paprika. Cook, uncovered, over medium heat for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in 8 oz. sour cream, and cook until the mixture is thoroughly heated, but do not boil. While your beef mixture is cooking, prepare your rotini pasta. Place 8 oz. uncooked rotini pasta into 2 or 3 inches of boiling water. Add 1 teaspoon of olive oil, and 1 teaspoon of salt. Cook for about 8 minutes, or until al dente. Remove from heat, and drain through a colander. Place cooked pasta in the center of a large platter, and spoon the ground beef stroganoff mixture over the noodles. Serve with French or Italian bread and a green salad. Nutritious and inexpensive!!!
1/6 of recipe is 182g which is 8 WW points per serving
BellySheard 2 years agoDelicious! I used nonfat plain yogurt instead of sour cream. I think an extra dash or two of something to give it a kick might be good next time...or use full fat sour cream!
AliciaLockey 2 years agoQuestion: is the pasta measurement correct, only one cup (which turns into two cups when cooked)?
StacisS 3 years agoThis dish is delicious!! We used lite sour cream and was still rich & creamy. The kids didn't even pick out the onions, and that says a lot!
TinamWhitson 3 years agoI did change my meat choice,with leftover steak. My noddles they are harvest wheat. Wow was this good .
ladybugplus 4 years ago1/6 of recipe is 182g which is 8 WW points per serving [I posted this recipe.]