Slow Cooker Creamy Beef Stroganoff

Slow cooker creamy beef stroganoff made with sour cream, steak or stew meat, and no cream of soup! A healthy (er), yet rich and savory, easy crockpot version of classic beef stroganoff.

Slow cooker seems to be the trend around our house – you’ll want to try this Slow Cooker Jambalaya, Slow Cooker Firecracker Chicken, and Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala

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So I’m writing about beef stroganoff while sitting on a train in Italy, cruising from Verona to Venice, and it’s blowing my mind a little bit. Is this real life??

I’ve dreamed of visiting Italy for years and years and now I’m here, nodding along to Natasha Beddingfield, planning out the last couple days of my trip with a focus on ensuring there is enough pizza and gelato in my schedule to last me until I can manage to drag my husband back here with me someday.

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I’ve been here in Italy on a pasta adventure. So much more to come on that in the coming days and weeks, but let’s just say I’ve eaten my body weight in pasta over the last few days and I’m not sure I’ll ever be the same – in the best way possible.

I’m also wondering how on earth I am going to return to reality. Seriously though… how?? If you have any tips on how to get yourself back into the swing of things after a trip to paradise (and two very very long flights and some serious jet-lag) please spill your secrets.

I feel like this American-ish pasta dish could be the perfect way to ease myself back into home life. A blend of Italian and American flavors in a pasta and beef dish I grew up on, only with a few tweaks to my personal taste.

This beef stroganoff ditches the cream of mushroom soup and instead uses cream cheese and sour cream to get that creamy richness that is so characteristic of stroganoff. I also use spiral pasta instead of the twirly egg noodles I had in my childhood. You can absolutely still use egg noodles if that is your favorite! But don’t be afraid to swap them out for another short pasta like penne or macaroni if you want.

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This lightened up favorite screams comfort food to me. I grew up on my mother’s beef stroganoff, and this version has a lot of those same flavors but instead of being made on the stove, it’s made in the crockpot to get all of those tender fall-apart-beef benefits of slow cooking all day long.

And I’m just saying your home will smell heavenly after a few hours of this stuff going strong in the kitchen.

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What people are saying about this Slow Cooker Creamy Beef Stroganoff

“I made this today and I must say this is the best stroganoff I have ever tasted. Thanks for sharing!” – Tonya

“We loved this. Sopped up the sauce with French bread. Thank you for sharing!” – Julia

“THIS. IS. AMAZING. And my leftovers for lunch are just as delicious as they were for dinner last night! My whole family (including my MIL and toddlers, so it was a tough crowd!) had seconds and thirds. There really aren’t enough superlatives to express how great this stroganoff is! This was my first time trying a recipe on Creme de la Crumb; I followed instructions word for word and couldn’t be happier with the results. This is definitely a recipe that will become a permanent staple in our regular rotation. Thanks, Tiffany!” – Nora

“I’ve made this recipe once already and I’m making it again tonight for dinner. This is the BEST stroganoff I’ve ever had. The flavor is perfect. I added my noodles about an hour before eating and they were done to my liking.” – Erin

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Slow Cooker Creamy Beef Stroganoff

Slow cooker creamy beef stroganoff made with sour cream, steak or stew meat, and no cream of soup! A healthy (er), yet rich and savory, easy crockpot version of classic beef stroganoff.
Course Main Course
Cuisine American, Italian
Keyword stroganoff
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 8 hours
Total Time 8 hours 10 minutes
Servings 4 people
Author Tiffany


  • 1 1/2 - 2 pounds stew meat
  • 2 teaspoons Italian seasoning
  • salt and pepper, to taste (I used about 1 teaspoon salt and ½ teaspoon black pepper)
  • 2 cups beef broth (I used low sodium)
  • 1 cup sliced mushrooms (preferably fresh, not canned)
  • 3 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon dijon mustard
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 6 ounces cream cheese, cut into 1-inch cubes, softened
  • 4 tablespoons corn starch (or flour) + 1/2 cup beef broth
  • 12 ounces short pasta noodles, cooked according to package instructions (egg noodles are traditionally served with stroganoff but penne, macaroni, or spiral all work well)


  • Lightly grease your slow cooker, then add stew meat and sprinkle Italian seasoning, and salt and pepper to taste over the top. Add mushrooms, beef broth, garlic, Dijon mustard, and worcestershire sauce. Cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours.
  • About 30 minutes before serving, stir corn starch (or flour) into 1/2 cup beef broth and stir mixture into slow cooker. Add cream cheese and sour cream to slow cooker then cook another 20-30 minutes on high, stirring occasionally until cream cheese and sour cream are incorporated and sauce is thickened. 
  • Taste, add salt and pepper to your personal taste if needed, and stir in noodles. Serve immediately garnished with cracked black pepper and fresh thyme if desired.

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5 stars
hey girl -this looks so yummy! Have fun in Italy!

Perfect start for a Monday…a good slow cooker meal can feed us several nights!-Laurel Bledsoe

This looks amazing! And you’re so lucky you’re in Italy–it’s one of my absolute favorite countries to visit! Have a great time and a safe trip home!

Looks great-
Can I cook the meat on high if I don’t have 8 hours to cook on low?
If so, how long on high?

    Hi Laurie! You can cook the meat on high for 4-5 hours. 🙂

      The beef should it be seared in a pan first or do you pit it in raw in the slow cooker?

        You can sear it first if you’d like but it is not necessary for this recipe 🙂

        I never sear meat, i Just put it in The slow cooker With EVERYTHING else.

Is there enough liquid for me to stir in uncooked pasta? We’re remodeling our kitchen, so I can’t cook the pasta ahead of time.

    Mimi did you put your uncooked pasta in ?? Did you add more broth??

    I have the same question, anybody have an experience of adding uncooked noodles to the pot. When? How long do you cook the whole thing? Thank you!

      Definitely do no add uncooked pasta in! Boil the noodles and just prepare as normal near the end when you add the cream cheese and corn starch in. When done, drain, Add the Sour Cream and then the Pasta (Barilla Cellentani is a great choice here – something different than egg noodles!). Other notes: 1) I’d go with more Stew Meat 3-4 pounds. 2) only about 2 tbl of Corn Starch (4 if you use flour. But you can play with this & broth as needed depending on desired sauce consistency). Great RECIPE BTW – thank You!!

      I have used uncooked pasta in the crockpot before. I put it in 30-45 minutes before serving and add about 1 cup extra liquid since the pasta will soak up a bunch of liquid. If your crockpot dish looks soupy already, you can add less liquid.

I’m assuming that the Worcestershire sauce is added with the broth in the belonging. It’s in the list but not the instructions. Making it now!

For some reason mine is coming out very watery, almost like a soup. Any suggestions?

    Hi Alyssa, I am so so sorry, I had a typo in the recipe and it was missing the corn starch! Gah! I feel so terrible! The corn starch slurry is what thickens up the sauce – I’ve updated the recipe and I hope you’ll feel up to giving it another try! Again, so sorry!

    I tried to make this for dinner tonight, with the cornstarch and all, and it came out soupy as well. Any other suggestions??

      I made this with the corn starch and still its a complete soupy mess….. i wish i had read the reviews for this before making it because it seems like not many are having success

I made this today and I must say this is the best stroganoff I have ever tasted. Thanks for sharing!

5 stars
We loved this. Sopped up the sauce with French bread. Thank you for sharing!

How much cornstarch should be added to the beef stroganoff recipe?


    I’m planning on making this tomorrow. Has anyone used a pkg of brown gravy to help thicken it up? Could that help with the “soupy” issue or would that totally ruin it? Any suggestions would be great!

Do have to use Dijon Mustard

    It does not have to be, but I would highly recommend it to get the best flavor! 🙂

I have a picky son who only likes ground beef in stroganoff. Could I just sub that instead of the stew meat? If so, any change in instructions? Should I brown it before?

    Hi Lara! You can definitely sub ground beef in this recipe. I would brown the meat for a bit before adding to the slow cooker.

5 stars
Made it. Loved it. Still eating it. Thank you.

5 stars
Tasted great! Forgot to thaw my stew meat so I made it in my pressure cooker. Turned out yummy and the entire family ate it up! Didn’t make any changes to the original recipe and it took about an hour to complete, from start to finish.

    Hi Anne, I’m new to Instant Pot pressure cooking. Can you tell me how long you cooked this in the pressure cooker and did you just add everything at the beginning? Thanks.

      I seared my meat in the pressure cooker until just browned and I believe on the rice setting and then just Dropped everything else in, closed the lid and let it do its job. I didn’t drain the juice after i seared it and the flavor was great. I cooked it for about 40 minutes. Pressure COOKERs are great but I’m still learning things here and there but the fear I had of them is gone.. Good luck 👍

        Thanks for your feedback, Anne!

        Did you put noodles in uncooked from the Start?

Can I use ground beef,cream of mushroom soup and goat cheese instead? That’s what I have in my fridge

    I would skip the goat cheese but I do think that ground beef and cream of mushroom soup will work well. 🙂

5 stars
Wow! So delicious. I give you 5-star and thank you for sharing my favorite receipt.

Good recipe. Although, I’d like to point out that beef stroganoff is a Russian dish, not American/Italian.

    Haha yeah I was wondering when someone was gonna mention that. Like, an extremely classically Russian dish.

5 stars
This is a family favorite in our house which is why we suggest it on We love that it doesn’t just use a can of soup. Delicious!!!!

5 stars
Really good, when you consider how easy, it’s exceptional!

When do you add the pasta?

Do you cube or cut the beef before you add it?

    I was wondering the same thing!

Hello. Could I place the beef in while still frozen? If so, any adjustment in the cooking time? Thank you!

If I’m leaving for the day is it all right if I put the sour cream in the cream cheese in in the beginning

    Manny, you probably figured something out already, but generally dairy doesn’t do well in a long slow cook meal. Better to add it in at the end.

5 stars
THIS. IS. AMAZING. And my leftovers for lunch are just as delicious as they were for dinner last night! My whole family (including my MIL and toddlers, so it was a tough crowd!) had seconds and thirds. There really aren’t enough superlatives to express how great this stroganoff is! This was my first time trying a recipe on Le Creme de la Crumb; I followed instructions word for word and couldn’t be happier with the results. This is definitely a recipe that will become a permanent staple in our regular rotation. Thanks, Tiffany!

Should I add additional beef broth to the corn starch, or am I taking beef broth from the slow cooker to create my slurry? Thank you!

Hello! When adding the corn starch do you use half cup of beef broth from the crockpot or do you add an additional half cup of beef broth to the 2 cups already in the dish? Thanks!

Question: Do I brown the meat before putting in crock pot or do I put in raw?

Can I cook this over the stove? If so how long do you think it would take for the meet to cook?

5 stars
This was soooo good! I just had to add an onion to mine in with the beef… turned out amazing. Thank you!

5 stars
I ended up having to add stroganoff to a stovetop skilled and add flour to thicken after the 30 min. Next time I’ll reduce the broth to 1 cup or so. Other than that, this recipe flavor was OUTSTANDING and so easy. I’ve already shared with friends. Thank you!

5 stars
I love this recipe! Here’s the thing, though. I followed it pretty closely, but had more than two pounds of stew meat. So to account for it, I added more beef broth; and ended up adding WAY too much! Even after a little corn starch at the end, way too much. So I dumped the egg noodles right in the slow cooker, using enough for the broth to cover (but no more), and the Stroganoff was AMAZING!
I love this recipe, particularly not using canned soup! Thank you!

Sounds yummy! Can I freeze this?

I’ve made this recipe once already and I’m making it again tonight for dinner. This is the BEST stroganoff I’ve ever had. The flavor is perfect. I added my noodles about an hour before eating and they were done to my liking.

5 stars
This turned out so good! Thank you for sharing!

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What size is your slow cooker?

When making the corn starch mixture, do you add an additional 1/2 cup of beef broth to the recipe or take it from the broth already in be crock pot?

3 stars
Stroganoff isn’t itilian it’s russian.

5 stars
Made this tonight for dinner and it was so good! Next time i think i’ll add extra pasta since it was so saucy. Great as is but figure This will just make more to freeze for work lunches.

5 stars
Delicious and easy! I wasn’t sure whether I should cut the beef INTO CHUNKS before adding it to the slow cooker. i did and it turned out fine. (I wish that instruction was clearer.) Used nonfat, plain greek yogurt instead of sour cream and lite cream cheese. I needed more like 20 oz of pasta, rather than 12oz. this dish was fantastic and i look forward to trying other recipes on this website.

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Can’t wait to try the slow cooker stroganoff recipe!!!

Excellent choice for a lazy Saturdy! Even my picky eater loved it😁

This dish is delicious and we absolutely love this version of Beef Stroganoff, However I thought you might like to know, stroganoff is Russian, not Italian.

5 stars
This is delishous! Very good recipe!

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WOW!! This was an incredible stroganoff recipe! I will be making this weekly! Thank you for sharing!

i purchased all the i Ing and realized its for a slow cooker. Hoping i can do this in a skillet

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This recipe. Omg. I’m a huge fan of beef stroganoff, and wow, this recipe is absolutely DIvine. The only thing i did differently was add paprika and i didn’t do much of the Italian seasonings. I’m sure it’s amazing both ways though! Thank you for the best and easiest stroganoff recipe ever!

5 stars
Oh and i used 3 cups beef broth and prepared 24oz of pasta and it was the perfect amount. Just a side note!

5 stars
This was so so good! I subbed the cream cheese with neufchatel cheese and the sour cream with plain greek yogurt. Still so amazing!

5 stars
Can this recipe be frozeN? i was thinking freeze before adding cornstarch, sour cream and cream cheese. Then add those when reheaTing

    Hi Mindy – I haven’t tried freezing it, but I don’t see why that wouldn’t work. good luck, let me know how it goes! Thanks!

    I’ve frozen this recipe and it was fine! I froze it totally cooked, pasta and all.

      Thanks for sharing with us, Kim!! Happy to hear that it turned out well for you frozen!

My whole family gobbled it uP, even my picky 6 yeat old! Thank you for the recipe!

5 stars
It Turned Out Great. The only thing is That IT Came Out a Little Tangy. I THINK A Little Less Cream Cheese Would Fix THAT. But THE Consistency Came Out Perfect. Beef WAS SUPER Tender. Had A Side Of Sweet Peas AND Hawaiian Rolls. Kids Ate IT Up!!! 🙂

How do you call this dish Italian /American?

    I was thinking the same thing. How does RUSSIAN equate to American or Italian. Makes no sense.

I do a vegitarian versi of this with a var of white, baby bella, and crimini mushrooms replacing the meat. Tofutti sour cream and a almond milk cream cheses spread i discovered. Delish!

5 stars
8-9 hours? with the mushrooms in? It´s that a bit too long?

5 stars
This was the best strog ever, i didn’t have that much time so i cut the beef very thin from a piece of blade roast and cooked on high for 4 hours and came out amazing!!

    Glad you love it! Thanks!!

5 stars
Very good! The whole family loved it! I followeD the recipe exactly and it turned out great!

    Family approved- can’t be that! So happy to hear that you loved this!

2 stars
Yes. Coming from Russia, my father would make stroganoff all the time, and not once did he use Italian seasonings?? I tried this to see how other people made it, and personally as my comfort food, I did not like it. It did not remind me of home, so I will be sticking to my family recipe. But nice guess on where it comes from, but maybe try not to stereotype.

    Can you email me your authentic recipe? [email protected] in all lower case. I want to see the difference in ingredients and cooking.

Oh my goodness, girl, this is hands down, the creamiest, most delicious crockpot beef stroganoff i have ever tasted! I shared with a couple of guys at work and they told me I could make this for them anytime!

    Hi Darla! I am so excited to hear that you LOVED this dish!! Thanks!

5 stars
I did use egg noodles, was yummie, filling and super easy! Made lots for lunch leftovers!

    Aren’t these leftovers delicious?! I am so happy to hear that you loved this recipe!! Thanks for stopping by, Tricia!

My cream cheese never melted. Yes it was soft and i even cooked it on high for 1 hr instead of the 30 min. I will make this again and will omit the cream cheese.

    Sorry about that- I personally haven’t had that issue. I’d love to hear how it turns out without the cream cheese! I hope you still love it. 🙂

Can you use greek yogurt instead of Sour cream?

    Absolutely! It should turn out just fine!! Hope you love it! 🙂

i’m Currently in the process of cooking. But i’m nervous about adding the extra half cup of beef broth With the corn starch as i don’t want it to be too soupy as some others have experienced. Any advice? I used 1.5 lbs of ground beef rather than the stew meat. I’m so excited For dinner tonight! Thanks!

    Hi Nick- If you are worried about the thickness, you can thicken it up on the stove at higher temperature rather than in the slow cooker. The extra broth and corn starch are to thicken the sauce. Hope you love it! 🙂

Hi can You use plain, full fat greek yogurt instead of sour cream?

    Yes- For sure! Hope you love this dish!

5 stars
I made this and thought it turned out very good. I will be using this recipe again. I added the cream cheese like the recipe called for but next time I will leave that out. The sour cream made it creamy enough for me. Thanks for the great recipe!

    Happy to hear that you loved this stroganoff, Tara! Thanks for your feedback!

I just tried this tonight and it was really good!!! thanks for the recipe! i just low fat sour cream and cream cheese and it turned out just fine.

    Thanks for your feedback, Leah! So excited to hear that it turned out great for you!!

3 stars
I tried this recipe this evening for dinner and I thought it was just okay. It was edible.
The biggest problem that I had with the recipe was that it was way too much Worcestershire sauce. It left a very unpleasant sour note to the dish.
Also I halved the amount of sour cream and cream cheese because the amount would have been overpowering.
I’m sorry, but I don’t think I’d make this again. Back to my old stroganoff recipe!

    Sorry that you didn’t have great success with your modifications to the recipe 🙂

Tiffany, I have been to Italy five times and would like to make a return trip. I suggestyou get a small group who would like to go. It would be fun.

Woujd thus be good if i used leftover grilled NY strip steak??

    Hi Tracy- it might turn out alright. I’m not totally sure. Depends how your steak is seasoned maybe?

Hi tHere im wondering if i can cut up last nights roast for this recipe and Use tHat fOr the meat? Any ideas?

    Perhaps! I am nervous that it will be too soft for what this recipe is going for but it is at least worth a try! Keep me posted on how that turns out!

I was planning to cook this on high for 4-5 hours, but this time, i’m using ground meat instead. Should i turn it to low half way through to not over cook the meat? Thank you! This is a DELICIOUS and easy recipe!

    Hi Lauren- I haven’t done this before but I think I would cook it on high for half the time or low for the same amount of time if I was to use ground meat! Definitely let me how it turns out using ground meat!

3 stars
I love so many of your recipes but the cream cheese in the beef STROGANOFF made it a little too bitter for my taste

    Sorry to hear that you weren’t totally satisfied with this one, Teresa! Thanks for your feedback!

How can i make this in an instapot? Thanks !

Just trying it

5 stars
It looks so yummy and tasty. I will try doing this tommorrow. Thanks for your nice recipe

    I hope that you love it!

5 stars
YUm, yum, yum!!
Made it on the stoVe because of time & it was delicious. I would call it craveable & plan to keep this recipe in my trusty folder. Reading through the comments was helpful because it gave me ideas like what kind of pasta to use. Btw, i use recipes more as guidelines & this one was flexible enough that i doubled it (APPROXIMATELY) & ended up using more cream cheese than called for because that’s How it comes. Really really easy to make & very goOd!!

    Great job, Lauri! Excited to hear that it turned out well on the stove!! 🙂

omg!i just made this tOnight.. It is outstanding. I love onion- did not have one – so i i used a half a pack of Onion beeF soup mix. This is just perfect!!!
Just wow!! 💯

    Great thinking, Sharon! I bet that was super delicious. Thanks for your feedback!

5 stars
I would like to make this stroganoff for Christmas Eve dinner for 10 people. Can I multiply the recipe safely and cook on low for 8 hours for the same results?Thank YOu!

    Hi Kathie- you may need just a tad longer for yours since the volume will be much larger! But not too much! Just ensure that you’re meat is cooked properly when you’re finished. Or you could even double it but use two slow cookers. I hope that it’s a hit for your family!!

      5 stars
      Thank you tiffany. preparing in two crock pots is an excellent idea as my husband hates mushrooms so i can make one version without them (which I hate to do because of losing their flavor). i don’t suppose there is a flavorful substitute for Mushrooms for picky eaters?

        Great thinking making one with mushrooms and one without!! I’m a huge mushroom fan myself! I agree- I don’t know a good substitute for mushrooms. I hope that you and your company love this dish!

Long week … we needed easy and comforting. I cubed boneless chuck (3 lbs) and quartered 12 oz of Baby Bella mushrooms. Plain Greek Yogurt blended well with a great flavor. thank you for sharing this keeper – a few days before christmas my husband’s comment was, “please, may i have some more?”

    Way to go, Leann! This is one of my favorites! Thanks for your feedback!

3 stars
Recipe doesn’t say when ton to add the pasta?

    It does- it’s listed in step 3 🙂

5 stars
Comfort food extraordinaire! Wow, this is a taste treat!

    Comfort food is an awesome way to describe this one! I am glad that you loved this recipe, Anna!!

I wish you would share nutritional info with your recipes.

5 stars
Really enjoyed this recipe. Will make it again.

    Super excited to hear that you enjoyed this recipe so much, James! Thank you for your feedback!

Would you know how mych time this would need to cook in a dutch oven and at what temperature?

    I don’t- sorry! I don’t cook often enough in a dutch oven to be able to give you a guess! I’d love to hear what you end up doing though!

In the last minutes, After i add the CrEam cheese and sour crEam do i leave the cover on or off????

    Put the lid back on! Just make sure to stir occasionally.

5 stars
What a Great pasta adventure you are on. So jealous!! But extremely happy for you. I love this dish you are posting. It makes me all warm and cozy inside. And I love that it is a slow cooker dish.

5 stars
This was amazing!! ProbaBly The best stroganoff i have ever tAsted! Followed the recipe but aDded 1/2 chopped onion. thanks for great recipe!

    Fantastic job, David! Thanks for sharing your feedback with us! Excited to hear that you loved this recipe so much 🙂

I made this today and cooked it for 7 hours on low. The meat seems rather dry. If i make again i will DEFINITELY cook for less time.

    Thanks for your feedback, Karyn!

5 stars
i THINKS IT’S REALLY Healthy beef stroganoff without canned soup.

4 stars
I only had egg noodles and I dOnt know If it was them or not but sOmething was off.
I made this as instructed except subbing The egg noodles and did noT like it 🙁
Seemed starchy.

    Thanks for your input, Nicole!

5 stars
This recipe is as good as it looks! I’ve made it tWice already. The first time i cooked it on low for 8 hours with the regular cavatappi pasta and the second time on high for 4.5 hours with the Banza(garbanzo bean) Cavatappi pasta. Both times turNed out excellent! Only DIFFERENCE i NOTICED was that when i cooked it on low, the stew beef shreDded much easier. My husband and ILove this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing!

    Sorry, i WroTe my comment from my iphone and My caps are all over the place! 🤦🏻‍♀️

    Thanks for your awesome feedback, Judy!! I am excited to hear that you’ve enjoyed this recipe multiple times!

5 stars
This recipe is absolutely delicious. I did it in my instant pot and it was so easy. A wonderful way to end the day.

    Fantastic job, Denise! Excited to hear that you had such a great experience with this recipe in the instant pot!

4 stars
We tried this last nighT FOR dinner – it was really good! Lots of leftovers!! The only thing I would do for my personal preference is reduce the cream cheese and sour cream. We halfed it for the recipe and it still was very creamy and took away from the seasoning flavours. will keep the recipe and make again!

    Thanks for sharing your input, Alexis!


    You’re so kind! Thank you 🙂

5 stars
After having the only beef stroganoff I ever liked on vacation in vermont (actually, i loooved it) i went on a quest to recreate it at home. This is the 3rd or 4th recipe i tried, and it hit the mark! I like to shred a little of whatever cheeses i have on hand (usually 3-4) on top when i add the cream cheese – and i skip the sour cream. we have a mushroom allergy too, so those don’t go in. But this is absolutely my family’s favorite meal – thanks so much for the recipe!!

    Fantastic job, Ashley! Way to stick to trying so many recipes to find what you’re looking for- and that you’ve found it here! 🙂

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I have read through some similar topics

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Made this foR my brother and i who are both college students. We had plenty of leftovers after eating To our hearts content and it tasted amazing! I will definitely be making this One again!!

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Perfect start for a Monday…a good slow cooker meal can feed us several nights!-Laurel Bledsoe

    The best! I totally agree 🙂 Glad to hear that you enjoyed this recipe!

I tried to make this for dinner tonight, with the cornstarch and all, and it came out soupy as well. Any other suggestions??

    I haven’t had that issue with this recipe, Yen! Sorry to hear that. The corn starch slurry should thicken it up enough!

We made this, as written, for dinner yesterday. It was Absolutely delicious with Barilla gluten free ELBOWs. It was wonderful to not heat up the kitchen while cooking on a warm summer day.

    Great job, Nancy! Thanks for sharing!

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Thank you for sharing a very detailed and specific recipe. I will apply to cook it this evening, hoping it will succeed.

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Lemon grilled parmesan salmon is perfect for every meal and nutritious. Easy and healthy 30 minute meal with greatt taste. Thanks for sharing.

Hi Tiffany! Do you think top sirloin would work for This? I have some in the freezer but I’m not sure what the best way to use it would BE. Also, is 9 hours the max it should slow cook? Sometimes my work day runs longer than expected. Thank you!

    The long, slow cook time leaves lean meat, like sirloin, tough and chewy, while tougher cuts, like chuck, break down and become really tender. Not sure that I’d recommend using sirloin for this recipe!

5 stars
This is my first time trying a recipe from your blog and wow i am so glad that i did! this was so easy to make, affordable, and delicious.

    Hoping you find many more recipes that you enjoy here at CDLC!

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Slow cooked beef stroganoff is a very tasty and easy dish. I really like this dish.

Simply yummy and drooling!! THANK YOU SOO MUCH

Quick question on the beef broth. If you are mixing 1/2 cup of beef broth with the corn starch at the end, does that mean you add only 1-1/2 cups at the start of the recipe? or do you use 2 cups at the beginning and 1/2 cup additional at the end, for 2-1/2 cups total in the recipe? that is not clear as written. thank you.

    Hi Mary- beef broth is called for in two places in the ingredients list. Use the full 2 cups at the beginning, and then an additional 1/2 cup with the corn starch.

5 stars
by far the best beef stroganoff ever!!!!! I add a little red wine and ceyene

    Sounds delicious!

5 stars
We loved this recipe. It was simple to make and had great flavor. Wouldn’t change a thing.

    Happy to hear that you enjoyed this recipe so much!

Looks great-

wow, this was off for sure. The starting liquid of 2 cups is way too much. did not even come close to thickening as per recipe. cannot add cold or even room temp Sour Cream and Cream cheese and have this work in 30 minutes. Taste is good after a lot of work… including putting it in a pot on the stove top.

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This is a great cake that takes very little time to prepare. The food is very delicious and rich in nutrients.

Is this recipe able to be made in an instant pot? If so, what are the differences in Cooking tIme, etc.

ThanK you,
Cameron Autery

Do you have nutrition facts?

    I don’t, but you can easily find them by using MyFitnessPal. They have an awesome tool where you can input any recipe URL into and it will generate the nutritional information for you!

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I have the same question, anybody have an experience of adding uncooked noodles to the pot. When? How long do you cook the whole thing? Thank you!

Perfect start for a Monday…a good slow cooker meal can feed us several nights!-Laurel Bledsoe – https://SUCKHOEDOISONG.VN/SUC-KHOE-CUA-NGUOI-BENH-LA-SU-THANH-CONG-CUA-CONG-TY-BOTANIA-N162405.HTML

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