Beef Stroganoff


What is the best meat to use for beef stroganoff

  • Posted by: middlej
  • March 13, 2012
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Miranda Rake
Miranda Rake March 13, 2012

My father always made it with veal, but here, food52er bevi calls for NY strip steak, which I bet is delicious!

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As always, questions like this are a great way to get to know your butcher!

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ChefOno
ChefOno March 13, 2012

Depends on what you mean by "best". Traditionally it's tenderloin. Flap meat makes an good, less expensive alternative. My personal favorite is flat iron steak -- both tender and economical.

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allans
allans March 13, 2012

I always use tenderloin. When I can buy an entire tenderloin on sale, I divide it into medallions, steaks, a roast and trim some up for Stroganoff.

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bigpan
bigpan March 13, 2012

I have always used strips of NY strip steak for the flavor you don't get with tenderloin. Also, I add thin cut strips of dill pickle. Mushrooms, onion, sour cream - and you are done.

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