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Beef Stroganoff may have a fancy name and hearty, filling flavor, but it isn’t that difficult to put together. Your slow cooker makes it even easier. Mother often used beef stroganoff as a go-to meal for hectic midweek nights. Even on the stove, it’s easy, but with the Crock-Pot, it’s cheater-level simple.
My husband is a good cook, but he would rather not spend his evenings in the kitchen. This is one of those recipes he is always happy to put together – he knows it’s going to be delicious, even though it’s so incredibly easy to make! In fact, I think I’ll ask him if he wants to cook dinner this week!
Recipe and photo courtesy of DaVita