Thought it was deeeelicious! I actually got scared because when I put everything in the crockpot I thought, there's no way there's going to be enough water that this doesn't burn... so I added in some beef broth. Now my end result did not have a thick sauce like the original meal's picture but the flavor was amazing! Will definitely make again. Husband really liked it too and he doesn't like mushrooms or onions. Why would I make this meal when he doesn't like two main components of it, you ask? Well I love stroganoff so he just had to deal one night, and he ended up liking it so jokes on him! haha. No but for real, it was YUM.
This was a hit with my wife and son, that's a big deal because they generally don't like beef so I was going out on a limb with this one.
I used beef consomme instead of bouillon, not sure how much of a difference that made. I also put the salt and flour in a ziplock bag with the beef. I had my daughter shake the bag. She thought that was fun.
Next time I might add some worcestershire sauce to bring out more "beefy" flavor.
My wife and son loved it. (and they don't even really like beef)...My wife even said, "That one's a keeper."
I'm reading where people are saying that it was too runny. That's just subjective. If it's not thick enough for you just add more flour, cornstarch, or use less broth.
Anyway, this one was a good one.
I have a similar recipe that uses tomato undiluted soup and (no ketchup or bouillon ) I use sirloin tip and cut in strips and cubes. I also add 1 tbsp worchestershire sauce. 1/2 tsp pepper. This can also be cooked on the stovetop. Brown beef and onions, dump everything else, including sour cream. Bring to boil and then simmer an hour covered, stirring frequently. Our family tradition for over 50 years.
I too added red wine. I also substituted fat free plain yogurt for sour cream; they taste the same. The kids & I enjoyed it. The hubby didn't tell me until almost time to eat that he didn't care for any beef stroganoff. Oh well.
Great easy recipe. Put this together and then went out hiking with the kids for the afternoon. It was so easy to just boil some pasta quick when we got back, and it was just the energy kick everyone needed. I did add some fresh parsley at the end and served it with some leftover salad. I also cut butter down to a tablespoon and a tablespoon of olive oil. Agree with "Stewdebaker" that a little white wine would be a great addition to it but haven't tried it yet.