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[Beef] Beef Stroganoff
Old 12 Jun 2011 14:16
Category: Main Courses
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Replies: 1
Ingredients: 900g Beef, cubed
3 tbsp oil
1 onion, diced
1 clove garlic, minced
450g mushrooms, chopped
1 ltr beef broth, stock or consomme
1 tbsp caraway seeds
1 pkg frozen peas
4 tbsp butter
1 tbsp mint
Sour cream to taste
Tagliatelle to serve

  • Heat oil and brown beef in pot
  • Remove and sauté onions until golden.
  • Saute garlic 1 minute.
  • Return beef to pot with 900ml of broth
  • Slow simmer 2 – 3 hours until beef is tender.
  • Add mushrooms.
  • In a separate pot, crush caraway seeds and add remaining stock.
  • Simmer 10 minutes and strain into beef
  • Simmer until well reduced.
  • Add flour to thicken
  • Add sour cream to colour and serve over cooked tagliatelle.
  • In separate pan, melt butter and add frozen peas.
  • Add mint and cook 3 minutes.
Serves: 6
Main Ingredient: Beef
Tags: beef tagliatelle step stroganoff

Replies to Recipe: [Beef] Beef Stroganoff
Old 5 Sep 2013, 10:04 (Ref:16)   #1
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Re: Bacon "lardons"

To cook on a tiny camp stove and pan, bacon "lardons" are much easier than full rashers. By themselves, in an omelette or scrambled egg, or in other dishes, they crisp up, taste, smell and feel in the mouth like bacon rashers.
When you can only get one or two rashers in a tiny pan, just tip enough for as many are eating in the pan with a little olive oil. Cook turnign frequently until any moisture is evaporated and then to the crispness that you like.
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