How do I thicken beef stroganoff? The easiest way to thicken beef stroganoff is with a corn starch slurry. Simply add a few teaspoons of cornstarch to 1/4 cup of water and whisk to combine. Add the slurry to the sauce and heat over medium/high heat to activate the corn starch.
What vegetables go with beef stroganoff? The best vegetables that go with beef stroganoff are onions, garlic, and mushrooms. However, carrot and celery would also be delicious.
How do you fix bland stroganoff? The best way to add flavor to stroganoff is with fresh garlic and a little Worcestershire sauce.
What cut of beef should I use for beef stroganoff? You can use many different cuts of meat for beef stroganoff, but a chuck roast is inexpensive and easy to find.
What can I use instead of sour cream? We recommend using Greek yogurt 1:1 in place of sour cream. It’s still tangy, but also lower in fat and healthier.
How do you tenderize stew meat for beef stroganoff? The stew meat for beef stroganoff will tenderize itself if cooked low and slow or in a pressure cooker. Salt is always a good way to help the tenderization process along as it breaks down the fibers in the beef.
Can I use chicken broth instead? Chicken broth is an easy and acceptable swap for beef broth!