Easy to Make Hamburger Stroganoff Dinner

Who else loves a dinner that is easy to make?

Finding an easy and tasteful recipe using hamburger can seem complicating anymore. With so many options, and so many recipes in which require too many ingredients. It feels a little like living life on repeat making the same meals; because well, they are easy to make. All we really want are easy to make ideas for dinner. Something new and yummy, and something everyone in the family likes!

Stroganoff is the epitome of comfort food! Therefore, i am sharing with you my favorite and easy to make dishes that i was so happy to be handed down.

Many Christmases ago, my aunt Carrie had made all of us women in the family homemade cookbooks with all of our family recipes in them. Even Recipes from before i was a kid! I have so many in there that i want to share with my readers, so i am starting with this one!

Not just because its such a tasty dinner, because it is

but because the ingredients are so simple that you could probably make it right now its that easy.

This recipe is perfect for those nights when you really don’t want to cook, but you know you have to…But you have no idea what to cook. Do you have hamburger in the freezer? Most likely you will have the rest, too!

It takes just about 30 minutes to make including the chopping, browning the meat, and boiling the water for the noodles. Win-Win, Mama!

Aunt Terri’s Easy to Make Hamburger Stroganoff

Ingredients: 

  •   1lb. Hamburger
  •   ½ onion chopped
  •   2 garlic cloves (minced)
  •  1 can of cream of mushroom or cream of chicken soup
  •   (optional) 1 can mushrooms -i only use fresh if i have them  1 ½ tbs. Ketchup
  •  2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  •   1 cup of sour cream
  •   Rice or noodles

First, you want to start a pot of water to get boiling for your rice or noodles.

(especially if your in a time crunch which, lets be honest, most of us parents are) Second, chop your onion and garlic and throw it; (please don’t really throw it) 😉  in the pan with your hamburger meat.

Now, cook until the meat is brown and then drain the fat. Then, add the remaining 5 ingredients to make the sauce all yummy-e-fied and continue to heat it all the way through.

-Serve over noodles or rice.

That’s it!! Easy Peasy.

As can be seen, this recipe is so easy to alter for those with allergies. Also, it makes for a great dinner and leftover lunch the next day.

Love comfort food?

This is the easiest hamburger recipe you will ever make, and its packed full of flavor! You wont be disappointed and your family will definitely ask you to make it for dinner again and again. Trust me!

Wheat or Egg allergy?

Rice Noodles, Zuchini Noodles, Brown or White Rice are all yummy alternatives that would taste good with the sauce.

Dairy Allergy?

There are so many alternatives with it comes to lactose intolerance. My favorite one being lactaid milk. My oldest son and i have have sensitive tummies when it comes to milk and this one eases that for us!

This recipe is easy to play around with so find what tastes best for you and let us know how you like it!

Homemade stroganoff beats hamburger helper for dinner in my opinion- all day, every day, any day!

Get your FREE PDF printable to add to your cookbook here —-> Hamburger Stroganoff

The meal size could easily be doubled for a bigger family who eats more. When my children get older i will have to double it up! Which will actually be nice so i can use the entire bag of egg noodles!

My Tips: Use hamburger, leftover roast, steak, or any kind of meat you desire.

(Nonetheless, this sauce tastes the best with egg noodles in my own opinion.)

The measurements in the recipe can also be played with to satisfy your own personal touch. Sometimes i add a little bit of milk for a creamier sauce. Given that, I hope you enjoy this tasty and easy to make dinner as much as my family and i do!

From my kitchen to yours.

PS- Have you read my recipe for Authentic Carne Asada Street Tacos yet? If you haven’t, you are missing out! Check out the easy to make recipe here.

 

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