Beef slow cooked in an indulgent cream & brandy sauce with notes of Dijon mustard and smoked paprika. Served with roasted garlic and thyme mushrooms, kale, and quinoa rice
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 5 days
700 calories per person
Gluten free, High in Fibre, Mediterranean diet
Pot of Beef, roasted mushrooms, and quinoa rice suitable for home freezing
- Remove lid from the pot of Beef stroganoff, place back on loosely. Microwave for 3-4 minutes.
- Give the Pot of Beef Stroganoff a stir. Remove the film from the tray of kale, roasted thyme mushrooms, and quinoa rice. Sprinkle 1 tbsp of water on top and season with salt & pepper. Place both the tray and the pot in the microwave and cook for an additional 4 minutes.
- Remove sheet of baking paper under the kale and stir the kale, roasted mushrooms, and quinoa rice together. Serve between two plates and top with the Beef stroganoff. Season with salt & pepper to your taste.
Beef (All natural, USDA choice from mid-west United States), Cremini mushrooms, Cream, Basmati rice, Onion, Kale, Cauliflower, Brandy, Quinoa, Yoghurt, Garlic, Butter, Red wine, Sunflower oil, Corn starch, Dijon mustard, Pumpkin seeds, Sugar light brown, Salt, Beef stock, Lemon zest, Smoked paprika, Worcestershire sauce, Parsley, Black pepper, Thyme
Fish, Milk, Soybeans
Cals 700, Fat 35g, Sat Fat 18g, Protein 29g, Fibre 6g, Carbohydrates 58g, Total Sugars 6g, sodium 730mg
The recipe mentions quinoa when actually rice is used instead. You'll need to correct this, because I think the cooking instructions are for quinoa, not rice. The rice comes out hard and unappealing. I'd prefer noodles but if that's not an option then maybe go back to quinoa since the rice doesn't work.
I thought this was good except Iwould have preferred the traditional egg noodles rather than rice and it didn't have much beef in it at all. I would increase both the mushrooms and the beef and have less sauce and serve it over noodles.
The dish was very flavorful and satisfying. Since, I'm GF due to allergies, I appreciate the GF take on a dish that typically is served with egg noodles. A bit more kale than we needed, suggest spinach as an alternative. My husband is not GF, but also really enjoyed the meal.
Tasty but very little meat.
As others have commented, I’ve always had stroganoff with noodles, rice was ok, but isn’t noodles. Maybe green beans rather than kale? A dollop of sour cream really amped it up. The meat was tender and the sauce tasty. I’d have liked the mushrooms in chunks instead of sliced they were so thin I could barely find them. Nit-picking an otherwise nice meal.