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Hamburger Stroga-not

Real Beef Stroganoff is hard to prepare in a small RV kitchen so I made my own small kitchen version. This recession style dish may not be as rich as real Beef Stroganoff but it sure tastes good and more importantly it is a quick RV-friendly meal that tastes like you really worked hard in the kitchen. When I have sun dried tomatoes handy I often toss in a small hand full right after the hamburger is done. I think the dried tomatoes bring a richer flavor with just a hint of sweetness. The soft sun dried tomatoes or the ones packed in oil can be added directly. The other dried tomatoes should be soaked in the soup can full with hot water for a few minutes to rehydrate before adding so they won't be so chewy.

Ingredients

 1 pound ground beef
 1 can sliced mushrooms, 4 ounces
 1 can cream of mushroom soup, 10.75 ounces
 1/2 soup can hot water
 1 teaspoon beef bullion
 1 cup sour cream
 Garlic powder to taste
 salt and pepper to taste
 sun dried tomatoes, optional
 Cooked noodles, rice or potatoes

Directions

Brown hamburger in a large skillet until no more pink remains. Drain mushrooms and add along with the cream of mushroom soup to the hamburger. Mix hot water and beef bullion in the soup can to dissolve the bullion and rinse all of the soup left in the can before pouring it into the pan. Add salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste. Simmer for a few minutes to heat completely, add the sour cream right at the end and serve over hot noodles, pasta, rice or potatoes.

Serves: 2 to 4
Hamburger Mushroom_Soup Sour_Cream Stovetop Photo

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