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Grandma Mag’s Hamburger Stroganoff

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Written by Hilary Maricle @ Common Ground Nebraska

Life is a little crazy at our house, especially around meal time. After work, school, and farm chores, we do our best to sit down together for supper, but that is often closer to 7:00 or 8:00 pm. My husband, Brian and I are the sixth generation to raise our family on Maricle Family Farms just south of Albion, NE. We are proud of the food that we grow to feed our family and
yours. Along with our parents and five children, Austin, Carson, Cody, Cassidy and Katerina, we raise cattle and hogs and grow corn and soybeans.

As the weather is cooling down, enjoy one of my favorite hot recipes that our family loves and be sure to check out some of my favorite substitutes to make this dish even more functional!

Grandma Mag’s Hamburger Stroganoff

Ingredients

2 lb Hamburger
1 c Chopped Onion
1 c Fresh Mushrooms
1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup
6 oz Sour Cream

Directions

1. Brown hamburger and drain off grease.


2. In the same pan, saute’ the onion and mushrooms until soft and caramelized.


3. Add in the hamburger and mushroom soup along with the onions and mushrooms.

4. Simmer for about 30 minutes until hot and bubbly.
5. Add the sour cream just before serving over toast or noodles.

My favorite substitutes:
• Leftover Sunday roast, cut into small pieces
• Dried chopped onion (from my spice cabinet)
• One 7 oz can mushrooms, pieces & stems, drained
• Add a 2nd can of Cream of Mushroom Soup for a creamier texture
• Serve over mashed potatoes

 

Here are a couple other Her View From Home stroganoff recipes to try:

Easy Weeknight Beef Stroganoff by Amanda @ The Red Table

One of 21 of Heather’s Top Crock Pot Recipes

 

 

 

 

About the author

CommonGround

CommonGround is a farmer-driven, volunteer program created to clear up misconceptions and enhance the trust and awareness among urban consumers for today’s agriculture.
CommonGround serves as a partnership between the nation’s soybean and corn checkoffs. To learn more about CommonGround, visit www.findourcommonground.com, and learn more about the farm women involved in CommonGround Nebraska at
www.CommonGroundNebraska.com.

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