Kim
Oh my gosh! This was so good and so easy. I think the hardest part was looking for the Golden Mushroom Soup. Seriously. I found this recipe and it had almost 5 stars out of over 1250 reviews. How could that many people love beef stroganoff was my first thought and then I saw the small list of ingredients and was very surprised. How strange something that this many people thought was good was made without a large mixture of spice and flavors. I made it, but as is my compulsion I added to it.

Oh, and I doubled it the second time I made it. It is so good as leftovers and you might think this is sick, but I put some of the gravy/sauce on mashed potatoes, oh wow!

2 pounds cubed stew meat
2 cans Condensed Golden Mushroom Soup
1 largish onion diced
2-3-4 tabls of Worcestershire (this stuff is so awesome I always add more)
1/2 water
8 oz of cream cheese (the first time I made this with just 1lb of meat I still added 8 oz's, sshh don't tell my lactose intolerant hubbie)
couple of dashes of Garlic Salt (1 tsp?)
couple dashes of Hot Paprika (see I just can't believe this would be good without some sort of kick)

In the slow cooker stir in all the ingredients, except the meat AND the Cream Cheese, together. Once combined add the meat and mix together.

Cook on Low for 8 hours. Cut up the cream cheese into cubes just before serving and turn crockpot on high. Stir the cream cheese in until all combined. You might have to put the lid back on and leave for 10 minutes.

Serve over egg noodles. Or mashed potatoes, I won't tell anyone but I would really like to not be alone in this.

19 Responses
  1. Carrie Says:

    Oh yes - I used this recipe before as well and LOVE it!
    And since you are spilling your secrets, I made toast and poured the leftovers over it for my own odd version of an open face sandwich.


  2. Charlotte Says:

    Oh, that sounds yummy! I really need to use my crockpot more, and I think this is the next thing I'll make. Thanks for sharing your recipe!


  3. AmyK Says:

    Ooooh, that sounds great. Hubby loves stroganoff, but I've never made it; I'm scared! Haha. I found your blog while googling "crock pot pork chops"... and found that you've got a few blogs linked that I have, too! Woohoo!


  4. Anonymous Says:

    I want to make this recipe but I don't know how many it serves. Also, when doubling it, which ingredients other that the meat do you double?


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Tofutti makes non-dairy "better than sour cream" and "better than cream cheese that are non-dairy and taste FINE alone or in dishes calling for the real deal.


  6. Lady Barbara Says:

    That Tofutti advice I just left includes their cream cheese plain on toast, with jelly, with lox - it's that good!


  7. Anonymous Says:

    You have "1/2 water" in your recipe. 1/2 what? Is it 1/2 cup that you mean?


  8. Lisa Says:

    Does anyone know if this recipe calls for a 1/2 C. water and how many servings it makes? Thanks.


  9. K Says:

    Half a cup of Water. This can serve 8-10 ppl. So good to freeze BEFORE adding the cream cheese. Just re-heat on the stove and add cream cheese 10 minutes before serving. The meat becomes even more tender when reheated after freezing-perfect for toast.


  10. Crockstar Says:

    Sorry for not responding in almost a year please see my comment under "K" above. This is still a family favorite and anyone that eats it wants the recipe.

    From me:
    Half a cup of Water. This can serve 8-10 ppl. So good to freeze BEFORE adding the cream cheese. Just re-heat on the stove and add cream cheese 10 minutes before serving. The meat becomes even more tender when reheated after freezing-perfect for toast.


  11. Erina Says:

    Looks delicious!

    Here's a recipe I like, although it calls for a slightly more expensive cut of meat, so is more of a special occasion version.

    Damn good though!

    http://shutupandcook.wordpress.com/2009/12/06/not-your-grandmothers-beef-stroganoff/


  12. Anonymous Says:

    What is hot paprika???


  13. Jaybee Says:

    I'd never made beef stroganoff before, but this recipe sounded intriguing, so I tried it the week before Christmas. It is awesome! So easy, and so tasty, it is a true winner. Thanks, Crockstar! You're a winner, too.


  14. Anonymous Says:

    I use the same recipe, except I use 1 can of Golden Mushroom to 1 can of French Onion and it is sooooo yummy!


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