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Stroganoff Steaks

I rarely cook steak, mainly down to its expense, but after a few stressful weeks at work hubby and I decided to treat ourselves last Friday. I bought two lovely thin cut sirloin steaks and fried them for 2 minutes a side (we like our steaks on the rare side). It was washed down with a lovely glass of Shiraz.

Ingredients:
1 Onion sliced
25g Butter
1 garlic, crushed
200g Chestnut Mushrooms, sliced
1 tsp paprika
1 tbsp vegetable oil
2 Sirloin steaks about 200g each
150ml Beef Stock
150ml Soured Cream
Parsley, chopped

Method:
Step 1: Fry the onion in the butter until soft, add the garlic and mushroom and fry until mushrooms cooked. Add paprika and fry for 30 secs. Tip out onto plate
Step 2: Heat oil in same pan, cook steaks as you like, then take out of pan and keep warm.
Step 3: Return Mushroom mix to pan, add stock and reduce by 2/3. Take off heat and stir through cream, parsley and season well
Step 4: Serve sauce on top of steaks with whatever you fancy. As I don't like potatoes I served this with rice and peas.

Comments

  1. Stroganoff steak sounds like flavourful and creamy comfort on a plate:D

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  2. never in my life would I have thought of this! We love Beef Stroganoff and I always make it with Beef Stew Meat. I love this idea and I'm going to do this. I will add butter noodles on the side.

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  3. Mmmmm that looks and sounds so good!

    Maria
    x

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  4. I love stroganoff & this is such a great idea to use the sauce on steaks!

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  5. This is one of my favourite dinners, Beth! Good on you for cracking open the wine... I'd have done the same myself :)

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  6. Ooooh Beth your Stroganoff steak looks and sounds delish.

    Rosie x

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  7. I've never thought to make a steak like this - it's lovely! I am now craving a juicy steak.

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  8. I rarely cook steak for the same reason as you but this does look really good, I'm tempted to splash out.

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  9. I adore the flavours of stroganoff - scrumptious!

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  10. This looks like such a delicious dish! Yum

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  11. Funnily enough, we had beef strog last night. But I'm a cheapskate, I buy a cheaper cut of steak, slice it thin, and cook it and the sauce in the oven until tender. Your version sounds lovely though.

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  12. Can you put the recipe up for the Spaghetti and meatballs and garlic bread that was Sat. the 21st the picture looks so good and it won't let me click to get the recipe. Thanks!

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