Monday, November 10, 2008

Aunt Julie's *Recipe Week*, Day #2: Keeping Warm on Winter Nights

Things are starting to get a tad bit chilly out in Northeastern Wisconsin. Reports of snow, unfortunately, are not exaggerated! Although we haven't yet hunkered down for the three or four feet they suffered recently in the Dakotas, we know we'll be in for a long, long winter!

As Moker is fond of saying, Wisconsin features "Nine months of winter and three months of tough sledding!"

To help The Pop'rs Family make it through to spring, Aunt Julie likes to make a pot of Stroganoff. This recipe, in fact, is College Boy's Favorite!

Aunt Julie's Beef Stroganoff
1.5 lbs. sirloin, cut into thin strips
Roll in flour, with salt & pepper added. Brown in oil in large skillet.
Add:
1 can beef broth
3 Tbsp ketchup
1 Tbsp yellow mustard
1 Tbsp Worcestershire
Heat to bubbling, stirring. Reduce heat, and simmer 20-30 min.

Stir in 1 cup sour cream, and warm through. Don’t boil again.
Serve over wide noodles. Can also add a small can of mushrooms.
We always double this, it is so good!


~Tomorrow: We celebrate Veterans Day with a recipe from Grandma Vera!~

14 comments:

Lynda said...

This looks great!

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Marla said...

thanks for the recipe... and did you ever post about the wedding? i'm just now realizing i think i missed the outcome of that...

Mom Taxi Julie said...

Umm sounds yummy going to add that to this week's recipes.

Nik said...

Oh goodness....I'm so hungry right now and that sounds DEEEELISH!

Thanks for the recipe!

Susie said...

That looks really good!! My mom has a stroganoff recipe that's tasty too:-) It's one of my favorites:-)

JulieEliz said...

marla, marla...no, you didn't miss a wedding post. In August, Rob decided they were not ready for the trip down the aisle, so it has been put on hold. We give him a lot of credit for making this tough decision. They continue to see each other, and we will just have to wait and see what happens.

Marrdy said...

Yum!! Gotta try this.

gingela5 said...

I bet my husband would love this! Looks great!

Melissa B. said...

Love the recipes...Keep 'em coming!

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Tracy P. said...

That's almost exactly like my stroganoff recipe--I made it over the weekend. MMmmmm!

Michelle said...

Now THAT is a Wisconsin staple! :)

Rhonda said...

How did I miss this one??? I think we're having it tomorrow for supper!!