Beef Stroganoff – #CrockPot Challenge Day 1

Welcome to the Crock Pot Challenge!!

I’m so excited to start the CPC with you today!! It’s been fun cooking up these meals and now it’s time to share them all with you. I’m your hostess with the mostess and joining me in this challenge is Melanie over at From Fast Food To Fresh Food, Sarah from Crispy Bits and Burnt Ends, and Laura from Small Wallet Big Appetite. Please join me in welcoming them and don’t forget to scroll down and check out what they’ve cooked up for Day one of the CPC challenge!

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I thought I would start off this Crock Pot Challenge with this dish because some of my wonderful readers have been waiting for it! I found this recipe from The Not So Desperate Chef Wife. How cute of a name is that??!! Krista is a sweetheart and she’s currently expecting her first child. This was an awesome dish and super simple to make. I even took her advice on how she would do it differently if she were to make it again. It’s great picking up tips from each other, honestly other peoples tips has taught me to be a better a cook! Thanks for the great dish Krista.

Ingredients:
1-2 lbs cub steak, cut into one-inch pieces; or 1-2 lbs stew beef, cut into 1/2 inch pieces
2 cans condensed golden mushroom soup (I was bad and forgot so I used cream of mushroom)
1 medium onion, chopped
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
1 14 oz can beef broth
8 oz fresh mushrooms, cleaned & sliced
salt and pepper to taste
4 ounces cream cheese, room temperature
1/2 cup sour cream

 

 
Directions:

Add the following ingredients to the crock pot and stir together: meat, soup, onion, worcestershire sauce, mushrooms, salt and pepper

Beef Stroganoff (1)

Cook on low for 5-6 hours -or- on high for 3 hours

When you have 30 minutes left to go, cook egg noodles according to package directions. Strain them and stir in the crock pot along with the cream cheese and sour cream.  Stir and let cook for 10 more minutes to heat through.

Beef Stroganoff (2)

Then you get this creamy dish of goodness!! It’s quick, it’s easy, it’s tasty. You can’t go wrong with this dish!

Beef Stroganoff (5)

Pop the leftovers in a casserole dish and heat it up as leftovers for a busy night, that’s what we did. Or you could freeze it!

So let’s see what the other gals have cooked up.

Sarah over at Crispy Bits and Burnt Ends cooked up: A Brisket kind of Pastrami

Melanie over at From Fast Food To Fresh Food cooked up: Asian Style Pork Ribs

Laura from Small Wallet Big Appetite cooked up: Crockpot pork roast in salsa verde

These look amazing ladies. I’m always looking for different crock pot dishes, I always feel like mine are the same! I know my husband would like each and everyone of these 🙂

 

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