Soviet Cuisine: Beef Stroganoff

Esteemed Readers, today let’s cook the famous Beef Stroganoff, an original Russian dish appeared in the end of the 19th century & named after a Russian Count Stroganoff who probably had a French cook. Together with other versions of roasted meat, (for example, roast beef was another festive trend), this dish conquered its special place on the New Year table.

Beef Stroganoff Original Ingredients:

Beef Filet – 500 gr.,  potatoes – 1 kg., onions – 2 pcs., sour cream -3/4 glass, mustard – 1 tbsp., flour – 1 tbsp., oil – 3 tbps., salt, pepper.


Clean, wash the meat. Cut into small pieces, shred well. This the the key of the dish success. Brown shredded onion, add the meat, salt, pepper. Cook for 5-6 minutes. Flour the meat & continue cooking for 2-3 minutes. Add sour cream, mix everything well, cook for 2-3 minutes. Add mustard. Serve with fried potatoes seasoned with cut parsley or dill.

Enjoy the meal! 🥩🧅🥕

PS. The recipes are translated from authentic Soviet Culinary Books.

Maria KethuProfumo





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10 Responses to Soviet Cuisine: Beef Stroganoff

  1. I wish I ate beef cause I think this would really be good especially if the meat was the filet of Beef. Thank you for sharing, Maria. Almost time here for VooDoo Ranger (Ale) 😁 Have a lovely Sunday.

  2. Monch Weller says:

    Ah, this one! It’s often served with rice here in the Philippines, and is a mainstay on the menus of more upscale restaurants.

  3. Thanks a lot for this fabulous recipe
    Have a lovely Sunday!

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