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Dump & Go Beef Stroganoff

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Dump & Go Beef Stroganoff
Dump & Go Beef Stroganoff
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This quite possibly may be the easiest recipe for stroganoff you've ever seen. In this recipe for Dump & Go Beef Stroganoff, all that's really required is to place the listed ingredients into your trusty slow cooker and then let the magical pot do the work! After six or seven hours of cooking on low, you'll come home to a perfectly cooked beef stroganoff dinner that was nearly effortless to make. What could possibly be better than an ultra-simple, completely delicious recipe for beef stroganoff made in the slow cooker? Not much!

Slow Cooker Time HIGH: 5 hr

Slow Cooker Time LOW: 7 hr

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This is a different version of beef stroganoff. I don't know about the addition of ginger ale, but I know some slow cooker recipes do add some kind of cola. I've seen some stroganoff recipes with ground beef, but I prefer the ones with stew cubes, to make the meal heartier. I always serve stroganoff with wide egg noodles.

If I use fresh mushrooms instead of canned, how much fresh should I use. Normally, I use 8 ounces in a batch of Beef Stroganoff, but I want to be sure. I am not sure about the addition of gingerale. Lots of things work in recipes that I wonder about though.

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