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Venison Stroganoff Recipe?
Have a hankering for Venison Stroganoff, anybody have a good recipe?
Hank Shaw is a magnificent chef. You'll find plenty of fine recipes including your stroganoff.
Brown ground meat in pan. Or braise chunks in stock in your crockpot. Dump in a big can of cream of mushroom soup. Dollop in a big spoonful of sour cream, more or less based on your liking. Serve over a pile of egg noodles with good crusty bread. Easy to make and a winter staple at my family’s cabin.
1 lb ground venison 1/2 C minced onion 1 clove garlic 1/4 C butter 2Tbsp flour 1 tsp salt 1/4 tsp pepper 1 lb fresh mushrooms 1x10.5 oz can of Cream of Chicken Soup 1 C sour cream 2 Tbsp minced parsley Egg Noodles
Sautee onions and garlic in butter...add/brown meat, salt, pepper and mushrooms.
Cook 5 min and then add soup uncovered for 10 min. Stir in sour cream and heat through. Serve over noodles or rice.
I usually double meat.
2 lbs meat 1 stick butter 6 med onions 1-2 lbs of fresh mushrooms 2 Tbsp tomato paste 2C sour cream 1.5 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1 C burgundy
Melt half stick butter in pan or Dutch oven
Sautee meat til brown and remove
Melt remaining butter and sautee onions for 10 min and remove Sautee mushrooms for 5 min
Return meat and onions to skillet and add tomato paste, sour cream and seasoning.
Mix well and cook for 30 min covered on low heat. Add wine and simmer for 5 min.
Serve over noodles or rice.
2lbs cubed venison Brown meat with a stick of butter. I do it in a ceramic coated iron crock. Take out meat, set aside. Sauté 2 gloves chopped garlic and 2 bunches of green onions chopped(about 3-4 mins). Add 3 cans beef stock. Bring to boil. Add 4 TBSP sifted flour, whisk in, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon pepper, I like to add 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional). 1 tbsp yellow mustard. It should start to thicken. Reintroduce meat. After reaching boil, turn down to simmer and cover for 3-4 hours. 10 mins before serving, add 1/3 cup white wine. (Drink the rest) and 1 cup sliced mushrooms. Just before serving add 2/3 cup sour cream. Serve on wide egg noodles. Simple and amazing.
Cut up some round steaks in 1/2 inch pieces (1 1/2 pounds or so), and marinate overnight in Stubbs Pork Marinade
Coarsely chop up a large onion, and cook in a little butter (in a large skillet) until "milky" . Throw in a box of sliced mushrooms, and cook them down until firm.
Add about a cup of red wine, to deglaze the pan, and simmer the onions and mushrooms in it, until almost all of the liquid is gone.
Add one can of Beef Consumme, one can of Golden Mushroom Soup, and one Can of Cream of Celery. Combine well, and simmer on Low for about 15 minutes.
Throw in about half a container of Sour Cream, Then stir in the marinated venison, until it becomes just medium rare...and remove from heat.
Pour it over noodles, rice, whatever... (Sometimes I use Zucchini Noodles, get my meat and veggies all in one shot)!
That sounds like a LOT of flour, Norseman!
4 TBSp floor not cups! Thanks Midwest!
Hard to beat Hank Shaw as bad karma mentioned. With that said, my mom used to make this recipe all the time. It's pretty simple, but delicious and nostalgic for me. Just replace the ground beef with ground venison.
Ingredient Checklist 1 (8 ounce) package egg noodles 1 pound ground beef 1 (10.75 ounce) can fat free condensed cream of mushroom soup 1 tablespoon garlic powder ½ cup sour cream salt and pepper to taste
Step 1 Prepare the egg noodles according to package directions and set aside.
Step 2 In a separate large skillet over medium heat, saute the ground beef over medium heat for 5 to 10 minutes, or until browned. Drain the fat and add the soup and garlic powder. Simmer for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Step 3 Remove from heat and combine the meat mixture with the egg noodles. Add the sour cream, stirring well, and season with salt and pepper to taste.
Gents, I don't see one recipe with any Worcestershire sauce in it, maybe I missed it, but that is what gives stroganoff it's distinctive taste.
WHAT ? NO red wine for taste?
I’ve never seen Worcestershire used in a Stroganoff recipe.
For me its all about the sour cream...
wytex +1 !!! Absolutely makes the recipe. I use the same recipe as SDHNTR except add a couple of good splashes of Worcestershire near the end (so it doesn't cook out), and I sometimes add some fresh sliced mushrooms.
I also like to mix it up and sometimes use McCormick's brown gravy mix, sliced mushrooms, and a splash of red wine toward the end (so it doesn't cook out ). I always use slices of venison that have been browned and never ground meat.
Took out a package of this today so we can make Stroganoff this eve!
I’m stuffed… followed the Hank Shaw recipe. Fantastic.