Easy Chicken Stroganoff

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I was kind of leery to try tonight's recipe. I have made other stroganoff dishes in the past and they always seemed to have several different herbs in them and they made the dish have a weird taste but the recipe sounded easy enoughso I thought that I would give this one a shot. Check back to the beginning of the week for this recipe: http://mealsforreal.blogspot.com/2010/01/weekly-meal-plan-1.html

Here's what I started with:

Easy Chicken Stroganoff Recipe:
2 Tablespoons butter
1 lb chicken breasts
2 cups mushrooms
1 medium onion, chopped
1 can Cream of Chicken soup
1/2 cup sour cream
4 cups egg noodles
The recipe actually calls for 2 cups of mushrooms but I used 2 cans of mushrooms.
I used 1/4 of a medium onion.
I used 2 large chicken breasts.
You could add peas.
You could make this with beef instead of chicken.
How I Did It:
#1 I seasoned the chicken with Paula Deen's Home Seasoning (that I actually made myself). It is 1 cup kosher salt, 1/4 cup pepper, 1/4 cup garlic powder.
#2 I cut the chicken into good bite-sized chunks.

#3 I preheated the oven for the garlic bread

#4 After browning the chicken in 1 Tablespoon of butter, I removed it and sat it aside. I then added the chopped onions and the canned mushrooms to the same pan the chicken had been cooking in. (I think the baby was crying so I forgot to take a picture of the chicken sizzling)

#5 While the onions and mushrooms were sizzling away, I cooked the egg noodles.

#6 Since the bread takes 9 minutes to cook, I popped it in the oven.

#7 The Cream of Chicken soup and the 1/2 cup of sour cream went in with the onions and mushrooms.

#8 Once it started bubbling, I put the chicken back in the pan.

#9 I decided to add a bag of some Steam Fresh broccoli.

#10 Drained the noodles and put them in a serving bowl . . .

#11 then added the chicken mixture.

I premade a garden salad and served it with the garlic bread.


On the other meals I used my son, Kanin, as the thumbs up/thumbs down guy. Well, today was just not the day for him to cooperate. I think I could have put McDonald's, Jimmy John's, Imo's and Green China (all his favorites) in front of him and he would have said "thumbs down". So, I just decided to do the review myself.
I absolutely LOVED this meal. I had to stop myself from eating more and more. It was SO good. I think 1 can of mushrooms would have been plenty. I loved the broccoli added to this recipe. It gave it a good texture and it was extra veggies that I was able to sneak in. I will most definitely use this recipe again.

How much did it cost?
1 can Shop-N-Save Cream of Chicken soup on sale for $0.98 from $1.28
1 bag Creamette egg noodles on sale for $1.93 from $2.00
2 cans Shop-N-Save mushrooms on sale for $1.16 each from $1.27 each
2 large chicken breasts, I already had these from a previous visit to Costco
Butter, I already had
Daisy Lite Sour Cream $2.48
1 head of lettuce (only used 1/2) $1.48
1 jar Lindsay olives (only used a few) on sale for $1.77 from $2.17
left-over cheese from the Mexican lasagna for the salad
Pepperidge Farms garlic bread on sale for $2.00 from $2.27

Total Price: $11.80



Team Tezzy said...

definitely gonna try this one! this looks fantastic!

Anonymous said...

Was Awesome...Making it again tonight for a 2nd time :) Kids Chowed it UP!

yvonne said...

This turned out great and very easy to make!! Although hubby says nothing can top the Ziti from last night!! lol! Thanks for another great meal...you are filling my freezer up quickly with great meals for "after baby"!!! =)

April Westerhold said...

Wow! I'm so glad that you guys all liked this!!

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