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Creamy Beef And Mushroom Noodles

I was hungry for Swedish Meatballs, see our Easy RV Swedish Meatballs recipe, but I had no meatballs. I did have some cooked ground beef left over from a previous meal. I used the base of the Swedish Meatballs sauce and just added a few other ingredients to make it a little different. Once again a really quick and easy dish to make in the RV.

Almost any noodle or pasta works with this dish but my favorite is Trader Joe's Lemon Pepper Pappardelle pasta because it adds a nice extra layer of flavor normal egg noodles just don't have. Even though it is not in the official ingredients list, adding some finely shopped fresh greens like baby kale, basil or parsley make this dish better for you.


 1 pound cooked ground beef
 1 can Cream of Mushroom condensed soup
 1/2 can milk, use soup can for measurement
 1 Tablespoon Hungarian paprika, spicy kind
 Worcestershire sauce to taste
 1 Tablespoon chopped dried onion
 1 Tablespoon dried parsley
 Black pepper to taste
 1 small can sliced mushrooms
 1/2 cup sour cream
 Cooked noodles or pasta


In a soup pan over medium heat combine the soup, milk, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, dried onion, dried parsley and black pepper. Cook until warmed through. Add the cooked ground beef and mushrooms. Stir until warmed through. Add sour cream and serve over cooked noodles or pasta.

Serves: 2 to 4
Hamburger Mushroom_Soup Milk Mushrooms Pasta Stovetop Photo

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