Beef Stroganoff with Whole Wheat Egg Noodles
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This is what we ate for dinner tonight and it’s so good, I just had to share a photo and point you over to Elise’s wonderful Beef Stroganoff recipe at Simply Recipes. I’ve also been meaning to tell you how much my husband and I have been enjoying whole wheat egg noodles, and this is the perfect excuse to do so!

So far, the only brand I’ve tried is Ronzoni Healthy Harvest, but they are so good I haven’t wanted to try any other kind.  While this Beef Stroganoff recipe is far from healthy, at least we’re getting some extra fiber and protein from the egg noodles (twisted logic, I know). Each serving of the pasta contains 6 grams of fiber and 8 grams of protein.  Not bad, huh?

Of course there are probably healthier ways to enjoy whole wheat egg noodles, but lately I just can’t stop craving comfort foods!  If you’re in the same boat, you can at least make small changes (like using whole grain pasta) to increase the nutritional value of these not-so-healthy meals.  I think I’ll use these whole wheat egg noodles the next time I make Tuna Noodle Casserole, too!  They really are good.

Now back to the Beef Stroganoff.  I followed Elise’s recipe to a T and it is absolutely delicious!  The fresh tarragon and fresh-grated nutmeg sets this Stroganoff apart from anything I’ve had before.  And I suggest using a nice cut of beef just like she suggests.  I found some tenderloin in the freezer (how on earth did I forget about that?) and it turned this into a special occasion-worthy dish.  What’s the special occasion?  Well, is it wrong to still be celebrating my birthday?

I’m kidding, I grudgingly gave up the birthday celebrating early Monday morning when Justin woke me up asking if I could help him get out the door on time by making him some coffee.  Oh well, the party can’t last forever!

But tonight, with this meal, it kind of feels like a party all over again.  I hope you get a chance to try the Stroganoff at least once this season, it’s the perfect thing to warm you up on these cool winter nights!

Get it here:  Beef Stroganoff Recipe at Simply Recipes.

I’ll be back with my own recipes soon.  Expect many more fattening recipes throughout December!

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20 Comments
  1. Laura

    I adore this recipe. It’s become one of our regulars! Easy and so very, very tasty.

    8:19 pm  Dec 2nd, 2008
  2. Marc @ NoRecipes

    Looks like it turned out well. Much better looking than the leftover turkey casserole I had tonight:-)

    8:22 pm  Dec 2nd, 2008
  3. leaca

    That looks good. I need to try those whole wheat noodles.

    10:47 pm  Dec 2nd, 2008
  4. shannon

    Yum! I love egg noodles and have never seen whole wheat ones, thanks for sharing that… wish I had them on the weekend when I was making my comfort food of tuna noodle casserole!

    11:44 pm  Dec 2nd, 2008
  5. Joy Williams

    What a great inspiration. I haven’t had Beef Stroganoff in a long time. I would probably deglaze the pan with a couple of tablespoons of sherry or beef broth. And yes, the good cut of beef is a must!

    I’m making this tomorrow night, i’ll let you know how it turns out!

    12:41 am  Dec 3rd, 2008
  6. Kim

    I can’t tell you the last time I had this dish. I am off today baking away and promised to make the husband dinner, this is going to be it. Thanks for the inspiration!

    5:20 am  Dec 3rd, 2008
  7. Sara

    I always hated beef stroganoff as a kid but this looks great.

    6:57 am  Dec 3rd, 2008
  8. Don M.

    My dad used to make beef stroganoff for us all the time growing up and it was so good. The pictrure of your dinner totally just took me back there again.

    9:50 am  Dec 3rd, 2008
  9. DD

    Haha, no way! This is one of my favorite meals and I always get made fun of. But it’s a classic! I love it over noodles or rice. Yum yum yum!

    10:28 am  Dec 3rd, 2008
  10. My First Kitchen

    I love stroganoff. We use fresh sage in ours, and it’s delicious.

    10:52 am  Dec 3rd, 2008
  11. ttfn300

    wow, i loved this as a kid, and haven’t had it in forever. i love reminders :)

    12:16 pm  Dec 3rd, 2008
  12. pam

    I’m always on the lookout for a good whole wheat noodle. I’ll have to give this one a try.

    4:27 pm  Dec 3rd, 2008
  13. Elise

    Hi Nicole, so glad you like the recipe! It’s one of my favorites. One time I had to make dinner for my friend’s kids and made this recipe, used “lemon yogurt” instead of the sour cream, and it still turned out all right. A little sweet (oops!) but the kids loved it. ;-)

    9:52 pm  Dec 3rd, 2008
  14. Erin

    This looks absolutely delish!!!! I agree with the rest that the whole wheat noodle is a nice addition. This recipe definitely brings a new and improved “beef stroganoff” vision to my mind! Thanks for the recipe, I’ll have to try this ASAP, especially in the colder winter months :)

    1:09 pm  Dec 8th, 2008
  15. Joy Williams

    Tried it. Absolutely delish. Only thing I did differently was add a a tablespoon of Sherry and two tablespoons of beef broth to deglaze the pan after sauteing the shallots and mushrooms. That adds a nice depth to the sauce.

    1:53 pm  Dec 8th, 2008
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  17. Ashley at Beef recipes

    This looks like a great dish! I love when we’re able to mix delicious and healthy in a single meal, i especially like the whole wheat noodles. Btw, the picture looks great, i’ll have to try it!

    12:21 pm  May 25th, 2009
  18. Evie

    This looks wonderful. I actually stumbled across her recipe, too, so I think it’s a keeper. Trying it this evening. Thank you for sharing!

    2:53 pm  Mar 2nd, 2010
  19. What Happens After Five

    Beef stroganoff is (oddly) one of my favorite things in the whole world. I’m always looking for new recipes to try and was so excited to find this one! Can’t wait to test it out!!

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    2:26 pm  Nov 8th, 2010
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