Ok, ok, ok. I’m kind of tired of this homebound, self-isolation thing.
It’s been…I don’t know how long. I’ve lost count of the days. I’ve got my little routine that I stick to, just like I would if the world is normal. But I miss driving to work. Heck, I miss driving period. I haven’t gotten in my car and gone ANYWHERE in weeks.
I miss seeing people, faces, and conversing with others at work. I even miss the little fits we would get into on the rare occasion that we’d disagree with each other. I miss the smell of those godforsaken Bradford Pear trees outside of the station. I miss the blinding flourescent lights (flourescent lights! Who could have guessed people would miss those!).
I like my work corner I’ve set up at home, but I’m ready to get back to my desk at the station. I’m ready to eat my dinner out of a small tupperware dish.
It’s the little things you miss during times like these.
I’ll just continue trudging forward on this whole stay-at-home bit. I’ve got a fully stocked kitchen and won’t have to go to the grocery store again for another few weeks. I’ve got blankets, and kitties to pet and keep me company, and card games to play with my husband.
I made this dinner at the beginning of our quarantine. I remember loving Hamburger Helper Stroganoff when I was younger, and I loved the more obscure Potatoes Stroganoff even more. It’s creamy and savory and has a zest to it.
Potatoes stroganoff is the ultimate comfort food.
I think we all need “ultimate comfort foods” right now.
Copycat Potatoes Stroganoff
A copycat version of Hamburger Helper's Potatoes Stroganoff for the ultimate one-pan dinner.
- 5-6 Russet Potatoes, peeled and sliced into 1/4″ discs
- 1 lb. ground beef
- 2 tsp. garlic powder
- salt & pepper
- 1/4 cup flour
- 2 cups milk
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- Fresh dill and parsley, for serving
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add potatoes and boil until tender, about 7-8 minutes. Drain and set aside while you make the rest of the meal.
- In a large skillet, brown ground beef, breaking up with a wooden spoon. Season with garlic powder, salt and pepper.
- Stir in flour until beef is well coated. Gradually add in milk, stirring constantly. Stir until sauce thickens up, about 4-5 minutes.
- Stir in sour cream, potatoes, dill and parsley plus more salt & pepper. Serve topped with fresh dill & parsley.
Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add potatoes and boil until tender, about 7-8 minutes. Drain and set aside while you make the rest of the meal.
In a large skillet, brown ground beef, breaking up with a wooden spoon. Season with garlic powder, salt and pepper. Stir in flour until beef is well coated. Gradually add in milk, stirring constantly. Stir until sauce thickens up, about 4-5 minutes.
Stir in sour cream, potatoes, dill and parsley plus more salt & pepper. Serve topped with fresh dill & parsley.
7 thoughts on “Copycat Potatoes Stroganoff”
assumption is to drain the ground beef before continuing?
Yes, always drain the meat.
Good recipe. I added some beef base to the milk mixture for flavor. Takes a ton of salt due to the potatoes. Also added mushrooms and onions. No complaints from hubby!
I never have to drain the meat because I always make this with 99% ground turkey. I like it real creamy, but sometimes do a cup of milk and a cup of chicken stock to enhance the turkey flavor. If you do beef with fresh mushrooms, I recommend using a skimmer spoon to scoop the cooked meat out of the pan and set it aside in a bowl. Then saute your fresh mushrooms in the beef fat for better flavor.
It’s a beef dish. So your opinion is useless. Sorry, but don’t review your recipes. It’s redundant. This is a beef recipe, so make it right, or make your own recipe and site.
Wow, I feel sorry for you that your parents obviuosly didn’t love you so you have to troll people about a recipe. Seriously, go to AA, or get a big brother
Lean ground beef has the same amount of fat as the turkey. I usually do the beef or venison when I have it. Niece would do the Turkey. Sounds good either way.