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Elk Stroganoff #8972383 12/13/23 11:17 PM
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Jane had thawed a pack of elk cube steak, so I cut it up into small strips for stroganoff. Saute the meat in a little olive oil with salt, pepper, onion and garlic. Add a can of cream of mushroom soup and enough water to get the consistency where you want it. Toss in a handful of sliced baby portobello mushrooms. Add a little heavy cream for body and richness. Serve over egg noodles with green beans. Add a bit of sour cream and some parsley for "purty". Quick and easy!

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Re: Elk Stroganoff [Re: 218 Bee] #8972396 12/13/23 11:37 PM
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One of my favorite dishes, should make it more often, perhaps Friday


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Re: Elk Stroganoff [Re: 218 Bee] #8972449 12/14/23 01:04 AM
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Silk on the tongue. How could you fail with elk, creamy sauce, and pasta???

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