Monday, April 9, 2012

Make It Monday: Clean Eating Crockpot Beef Stroganoff



Clean Eating Crockpot Beef Stroganoff


1.5 lbs beef stew meat
1/2 C whole wheat flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp paprika
olive oil
1 small onion, sliced
8 oz sliced mushrooms
1/4 tsp. rosemary
1 garlic clove, minced
1 C beef broth
1 C yogurt cheese (or sour cream)
1 16oz. pkg of whole wheat egg noodles  or brown rice

Mix flour, salt and paprika in a gallon size ziploc bag. Place in chunks of  beef and seal. Toss bag around to coat evenly. Fry beef in a frying pan in olive oil until all sides are lightly browned. Layer onion, mushrooms, rosemary, garlic clove, and fried beef in the crockpot. Pour broth over the top of content of the crockpot. Cook on high for 4-5 hours or low for 8 hours. The last 10 minutes, stir in yogurt cheese. Serve over the top of prepared noodles or rice.



24 comments:

Lory said...

can i use Greek Yogurt instead of yogurt cheese?

mommy5 said...

WAnting to know the same as Lori, yogurt as a substitute??

Mom of Two said...

I think greek yogurt would be fine. Just make sure you have real greek yogurt by reading the label to make sure they aren't adding corn starch and other things to it.

Anonymous said...

what about using almond or coconut flour?

Abbey Mulligan said...

Can I fry the beef the night before and refrigerate it?

Jessica said...

Yes Abbey! That would work just fine!

Jessica said...

I don't typically use almond or coconut flour, so I can't comment how well it would work, but I think it would be ok.

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Will Quackenbush said...

I love Stroganoff! I'll have to give this recipe a try.

tara pittman said...

I will have to make this but I will sub my veggie "meat" for the beef. Saving this one.

Rebecca said...

About how many people does this serve?

Lindsay said...

I used greek yogurt, 8 hours was a bit too long. I stopped it at 7 hours and had to add a more beef broth as it was too dry. It was delicious and a hit with the kids! Will definately make again!

Becky Floyd said...

I LOVE this recipe so thank you first of all! I tried greek yogurt instead of sour cream and it curdled ruining my entire pot! I advise against it lol

Anonymous said...

If you add the yogurt at the end (30 min ish prior to serving on a low setting) it will work and not curdle :)

Becky Floyd said...

That's what I did :( I don't know what happened then! Made it tonight and loved it as always

Anonymous said...

The flour is just to thicken.. so I wouldn't use coconut or almond.. use arrowroot powder

Anonymous said...

Can I use corn starch instead of the flour?

Danielle Buzick said...

Dumb question,but what does the C mean?

Mom of Two said...

It's the abbreviation for Cup Danielle.

Anonymous said...

Does the meat have to be fried first? I see other stroganoff recipes that place the meat uncooked into the crock, and wondered if the same could be done with this recipe?

Jenny Stonecypher said...

How many does this recipe serve?

Jenny Stonecypher said...

How many does this recipe serve?

Mom of Two said...

I would say probably 6 servings.