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Monday, September 3, 2012

Beef Stroganoff {THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS Linky Party #97}

THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS is changing our linky party. You can now link up ANY recipe you'd like. Come one, Come all. NO rules, NO requirements, just link up any recipes (or food related craft items) and come hop around and visit all the great recipes.

I have been trying to duplicate an ole' recipe from my father-in-law for Beef  Stroganoff, so far I haven't been able to duplicate it, but I am having fun trying. (It just means we get to try lots of stroganoff's trying to duplicate his awesome recipe.) He passed many years ago and I've asked around so many times and no one knows how to make it, I only wish I would have written it down. This is a reminder to all you out there, blogging, recipe cards or whatever, WRITE DOWN FAMILY RECIPES. Okay, that's all. I will move on now.


Pictures are not too great on this recipe (I apologize). But this super quick and easy crock-pot recipe is a great meal. It's very easy to make and it's almost a match to the taste I am trying to duplicate. I would totally recommend making this, and now that fall is coming up, moms are busy, after-school sports and so many things happening I know using my crock-pot is an amazing life-saver for us.



Another quick and easy meal just in time for Back to School dinner blues and fall is just around the corner perfect time to be planning some crock-pot meals.

Beef Stroganoff {crock-pot}
adapted from a recipe found at The Crockstar, originally found at allrecipes

2 pounds cubed stew meat
2 cans Condensed Golden Mushroom Soup
1 large onion, diced
4 tbsp of Worcestershire
1/2 cup water
8 oz of cream cheese
1 tsp Garlic Salt
couple dashes Paprika or Crushed Red Pepper for a kick


In the slow cooker stir in all the ingredients together, except the meat and the Cream Cheese. Once all ingredients is in the crock pot add the meat and mix together. Save the cream cheese until later.

Cook on low for 8 hours. Just before serving, cut up the cream cheese into cubes and add to the crockpot to melt. Wait until cream cheese is melted and stir to combine. Serve over egg noodles.




THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS is changing our linky party. You can now link up ANY recipe you'd like. Come one, Come all. NO rules, NO requirements, just link up any recipes (or food related craft items) and come hop around and visit all the great recipes.
 
If you are a regular to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS Linky party, then link-up we're excited to see what you made this week. We are no longer sticking with ONE theme, so just link up any of your favorite recipes. 
 


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Your hostess for this plinky arty are: Tina from MOMS CRAZY COOKING, Nicole from The Daily Dish and Kristi from Veggie Converter.

THE LINKY PARTY is opened ALL Week, come back and link up as many times as you wish, we can't wait to see all your fun and new recipes you made this week!
 

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the party Tina! Have a great Labor Day!

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  2. Thanks for the party! I try to come every week. I love all the posts. I know what you mean about those family recipes. I made cookbooks for my kids with all of our family favorites. I also try to share them on my blog. This stroganoff looks really good. I can see that becoming a fall favorite in my house.

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  3. Thanks for hosting! Have a great day! :)

    Check out my latest recipe, review & giveaway @ Baking Blissful

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  4. Thank you for hosting I linked Banana Pudding Poke Cake with Vanilla Wafer Crumble.

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  5. This stoganoff sounds fantastic. I crave it since it is a meal my mama would make but I do not have her recipe. Time to get that from her.

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  6. Mr. Meaty was just asking for stroganoff. Thanks so much for this great-sounding recipe. And I'm so glad we're opening up the linky party to all recipes! Awesome!

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  7. Thanks for hosting! My first time linking up and you have so many yummy ideas I can't wait to try :)

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