Talk about a "stick-to-your-ribs" kinda meal! This dish has comfort food written all over it. But don't you worry 'cause this version delivers all the flavor and feeling associated with the real thing, without the guilt. As my husband pointed out, there is no way the "gravy"(as he calls any sauce of thicker than milk) can be healthy. Well, let me tell ya...it is. Just about any diet will approve of this hearty, filling, flavorful dish. Have a look and see for yourself.
Serves 4 to 6
1 cup FAT FREE sour cream
Cooked No Yolk egg noodles
Mix flour and water, set aside. In a large heavy skillet sprayed with FAT FREE cooking spray, cook the beef, seasoned with the House Seasoning. When beef is brown on both sides, remove from the pan. If not using pre-cut strips, cut into strips at this point. Add to pan drippings the cream of mushroom soup, French onion soup, 1 soup can of water and the flour mixture. Simmer and stir constantly until thickened. If the consistency seems to thick for your liking, you may add a little water at this point. Add steak and simmer for 45 minutes. Add sour cream and heat until bubbling. Serve over cooked noodles.
This dish was hit! Like I mentioned before, if you have any gravy lovers in the house, this dish is a good choice. The thick sauce gives the appearance of a heavy meal, but leaves you feeling satisfied, not disgustingly full. Our stroganoff was served over No Yolk egg noodles and that is what my recommendation. The egg noodles and stroganoff are a good pairing because one is light and fluffy, while the other is thick and heavier. They compliment each other nicely.