The mushroom, wine, and sour cream trio that makes beef stroganoff so delicious also goes well with mild pork tenderloin.
If it weren't inordinately rich and gooey-and huge-would it still be German Chocolate Cake?
It's easy to understand why Americans claimed this lively German classic as our own. With strong flavors like mustard and vinegar, the trick is getting the balance just right.
We simplified this hearty meal and made it accessible for even busy weeknights, without losing any of its rich appeal.
Slow-cooker stroganoff recipes promise to transform a cheap, tough cut iinto something special, but they forget about the sauce, which ends up watery and bland.
We wanted to turn this dish into a within-reach weeknight supper, and to bring the too-rich, often gloppy sauce back to its refined roots.