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  1. Mandy – The Complete Book
    July 31, 2014

    I haven’t enjoyed a beef stroganoff for such a long while. Thank you for the reminder.
    Have a beautiful day.
    :-) Mandy xo
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  2. John@Kitchen Riffs
    July 31, 2014

    Like Mandy, it’s been ages since I’ve had Beef Stroganoff. I’m sorry to say I have had the version with cream of mushroom — my mom actually made it! That was the “short cut” recipe back in the late 50s/early 60s. I must say, though, your short cut recipe is much, much better. And thanks for the tip on the Jovial brand — we eat gluten, but have friends who don’t, so that’s a valuable suggestion. Thanks!
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  3. Cecile
    July 31, 2014

    I’m really glad you posted this recipe – it’s sounds delicious!! Like you said, there’s so many versions of Beef Stroganoff BUT most of them aren’t even close to being authentic. I, too, once ate at the Russian Tea room. It was when we lived for a short time in New York City. Darn… I wish I’d ordered Beef Stroganoff there!)
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  4. ChgoJohn
    August 1, 2014

    Beef stroganoff is such a favorite but I rarely make it.I associate it with a special meal and, therefore, reserve it. That’s got to end. I’ve gone without for too long. Yours is a very good recipe and would be a great place to start. I’m so glad you found a good GF noodle. They’re an important part of the recipe and bad noodles just wouldn’t work.
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    • Judy Purcell
      August 11, 2014

      There are those recipes that work for easy weeknight meals and special occasions, I think this is one of them. And who doesn’t love a good noodle?! :)

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  5. Carol at Wild Goose Tea
    August 1, 2014

    I have a very dear gluten free friend. So thank you from me for the tip. This is a recipe I sort of had forgotten about. I made a version of this decades ago, but I have no idea what recipe I used. It will be fun to have this again in my quiver of recipes. I pinned it.
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    • Judy Purcell
      August 11, 2014

      Hi Carol, it seems a common theme that Stroganoff has slipped into the land of forgotten recipes … hopefully you’ll find this one worth remembering. Have a great week! :)

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  6. Carol at Wild Goose Tea
    August 1, 2014

    I forgot to mention—-Oh my Oh my I am with your daughter what a GRAND in every sense of the word to have a wedding in that movie set like place. Magical.
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  7. Bam’s Kitchen
    August 4, 2014

    A beautiful savoury and rich dish. I love recipes with just a few delicious ingredients. I have never eaten at the Russsian Tea house but it does look lovely. Your daughter has very good taste. Have a super week. BAM
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    • Judy Purcell
      August 11, 2014

      Hi Bam, yes, she does have good taste. The scary thing is now she’s closer to marrying age. 😉

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  8. Raymund
    August 6, 2014

    This is one of my favourite beef dishes, I can have it for countless days without getting tired of the taste. Love your recipe!
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    • Judy Purcell
      August 11, 2014

      Thanks, Raymund. I may have to make a bigger batch next time, Stroganoff for days sounds wonderful.

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  9. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef
    August 7, 2014

    cognac? I think I’m in love! I’ve made beef stroganoff with crème fraîche before but the cognac sends me to heaven and back. :)
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    • Judy Purcell
      August 11, 2014

      I’m not sure if it was the Cognac or the creme, or the combination of the two, but heaven came to mind. :)

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  10. mjskit
    August 10, 2014

    I’ve always loved a good Beef Stroganoff, but it’s been years since I made one. I guess that means I never had a good recipe. I just bought a Costco sized package of flap steak and I see that’s the cut you use. Already an improvement over the cut I used to use. I do love your recipe Judy!
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    • Judy Purcell
      August 15, 2014

      MJ, I’d never thought of it that way, that if I hadn’t made something in a long time the recipe must be lacking, but it’s a good point. I do hope you like it! :)

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  11. Karen (Back Road Journal)
    August 11, 2014

    I love beef stroganoff and must give this version a try…you are right, it is true comfort food. As to your side note, yes girls can dream. She may not get to have a wedding at the famous restaurant but maybe it could lead to how she celebrates the day.
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  12. Claudia
    August 15, 2014

    So tasty! That looks impressive.
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  13. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef
    August 30, 2014

    I love beef stroganoff and I love it over noodles too. I’ve never used Parmesan in mine before. I’ll give that a try next time.

    I did laugh at the wedding reception at The Russian Tea Room. What a marvelous idea. :)
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