As the weather changes and a little more of winter is chilling the air, the call for comfort food echoes all around. It was also fit to change my corporate catering menu to include more of these types of meals for the next few months.
I mean, who would want to eat a cold chicken salad when they could rather have a warming and comforting bowl of Beef Stroganoff – and being stuck at work during the cold winter months, I think, everyone will need a little more comfort…
A popular 19th Century Russian dish, Beef Stroganoff consists of sautéed strips of beef, smothered in a tangy sour cream sauce. Since then, it became a popular dish all over the world. The recipe has been adapted through the years by adding certain ingredients like onions, mushrooms and tomato paste and served on crispy potatoes, pasta and rice. Either way, it still is a deliciously filling dish the whole family can enjoy.
I decided to serve my Beef Stroganoff on rice, as this sauce is just finger licking and needs rice to soak it all up – I also added onion and mushroom in my Beef Stroganoff variation.
It is such a quick dish to prepare for those hectically busy weekday dinners. It takes merely a few minutes to put everything together and it tastes really great! This recipe for Beef Stroganoff serves 6 adults. Hope you enjoy!