Fresh Herbs Breathe New Life Into Beef Stroganoff

For the most part, I'm a purist when it comes to how I flavor my beef. I usually just add salt and pepper, so that I can enjoy the true flavor of the meat. But, there are times when that gets a little boring. The following are just a few of the great ways you can add flavor to chicken stroganoff origin.



During the Second World War, slow cooker beef stroganoff has already reached China and it has been served in many exclusive hotels and restaurants. That is also the time when the Chinese created their version of the dish in which they do not add sour cream but they top it on rice. In United Kingdom, they use a white wine based creamy sauce to compliment the beef flavor rather than the original sour cream.

Fancy trying something new this year? Why not experiment with some international cooking. Other cultures boast numerous Easter recipes. For example, russian stew food is Paska, a cheese dessert with dried fruit and nuts. This is completely gluten free so recipes needn't be adapted for coeliacs.

While in the same aisle as her food surprise, I noticed a can of Castleberry's American Original beef stew. At first, I wasn't interested because it seemed a bit expensive. But, I needed something for lunch the next day (I wasn't expecting to have leftovers) and it had been a while since I had beef stew so I decided to pick it up.

And it gets better! Make double of the Quiche Crust Recipe and you will be able to make not only the Vegetable Quiche but the Best Apple Pie Recipe too. There is a surprise here. The shortcrust pastry has a little cheese in it. Cheese? With Apple Pie? Try it! It is one of those marriages and works really well. This Apple Pie is based on a very old American Recipe and somehow the savory of the cheese enhances the sweetness of the apples. The result is a delectable pie which is sweet without being cloying. This is definitely one of our family favorites.