Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles
This Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles is a speedy way to get your stroganoff fix. Plus it makes a marvelous holiday dinner!
Sometimes I watch my daughter in wonder.
She will decide that we are having “party night” and goes about the house making decorations, invitations, signs, and appetizers. She’ll even make or find little trinkets to put in goodie bags. Then after dinner, the rest of us are herded into the living room to join her party.
Ava does this sort of thing regularly. She plans to play a board game and either pull out all the games and makes it an event, or spends hours creating a new board game. She chooses to play “restaurant” and turns our house up-side-down in order to design the perfect dining room and kitchen. She even makes room cleaning an elaborate affair!
Where did she get this extreme all-or-nothing quality?
Oh, yes… The finger is pointed in my direction.
My parents would say I was exactly like that when I was little.
We don’t cook a lot of heavy, starchy meals.
It’s not that we don’t enjoy potatoes and pasta dishes. I guess I’m just always trying to compensate for the abundance of desserts in our house! However, when I do make a carb-acious meal, I don’t want to cut corners on flavor or fat. I figure, as long as you’re making a heavy meal… Make a HEAVY meal.
The only area I am ever willing to cut corners on is time. My time is precious to me. Although I love to spend it in the kitchen, the more I do, the fewer imaginary parties I get to attend!
This Sliced Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles is a recipe I developed specifically for my original cooking class several years ago.
The ladies always requested quick, fresh meals they could throw together once they got home from work. I took my slow-cooking traditional Beef Stroganoff recipe and revamped it for speed.
The result? A full-bodied, full-flavored, all-or-nothing dish in a fraction of the time!
How to Make Our Beef Stroganoff Recipe
- Thick Steak (New York strip, filet, ribeye…)
- Wide Egg Noodles
- Olive Oil
- Butter – divided
- All-Purpose Flour
- Shallots – thinly sliced
- Mushrooms – sliced
- Minced Garlic Cloves
- Fresh Chopped Thyme Leaves
- Dijon Mustard
- Beef Stock
- Sour Cream
- Chopped Parsley
Place a large pot of water on high heat and bring it to a boil. In a separate large saucepan combine oil, 2 tablespoons butter, and the flour over medium-high heat. Whisk well to eliminate clumps. Add the sliced onions and stir for 2-3 minutes.
Add the mushrooms, garlic, 2 tablespoons thyme, and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Move around the pan continuously for 5 minutes or so, until the mushrooms have started to soften. Then add cognac, beef stock, and Dijon mustard. Mix well, and let the sauce simmer for another 15-30 minutes. (Until reduced to a dark color with a thin gravy texture.)
Meanwhile, preheat the grill or a skillet to high heat. Rub the steaks with oil, salt, pepper, and thyme. Grill 3-5 minutes per side, depending on thickness (1 1/2 inches = 5 minutes per side.)
Boil the noodles according to the package directions. After draining, add 2 tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoon parsley, and salt to taste. Cover and set aside.
After the steaks have rested for 5 minutes, slice them into thin strips. Add the sour cream to the sauce and whisk well. Salt and pepper the sauce to taste. Immediately plate the noodles topped with sauce. Then lay the steak across the top. Garnish with extra parsley!
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Recipe Tips and Tricks
What really speeds up this Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles is the cut of meat.
Most Beef Stroganoff recipes call for a lower-quality cut that needs to be slow-cooked to break down and tenderize.
By simply using a better cut of beef, you cut out hours of cooking time! This Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles can be made in less than 30 minutes if you’re a good chopper. Or you could buy pre-sliced mushrooms, I won’t tell.
Note, I’m not a fan of the super thick gravy-like stroganoff sauce you find in some recipes.
This Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles includes sour cream to give the sauce a tangy note and silky texture but is not thick. If you love a thick sauce you can double the amount of flour used below.
You can store the leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3 to 5 days.
Other Great Dinner Recipes
- Slow Cooker Ground Beef Stroganoff Recipe
- Easy Chicken Kiev
- Smothered Steak and Gravy
- Lobster Fra Diavolo
- Porterhouse Steaks with Compound Butter
- Copycat Cheesecake Factory Steak Diane
- Instant Pot Fresh Mushrooms Risotto
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Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe with Butter Noodles
- 1 1/2 pound thick steak (New York strip, filet, ribeye…)
- 1 pound wide egg noodles
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 4 tablespoons butter, divided
- 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 3-4 shallots, thinly sliced
- 2 pounds mushrooms, sliced
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- 2 tablespoons fresh chopped thyme leaves + 1 teaspoon for steaks
- 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- 3 cups beef stock
- 1/2 cup cognac
- 1 cup sour cream
- 2-3 tablespoons chopped parsley
- Place a large pot of water on high heat and bring to a boil. In a separate large saucepan combine oil, 2 tablespoons butter, and the flour over medium-high heat. Whisk well to eliminate clumps. Add the sliced onions and stir for 2-3 minutes.
- Add the mushrooms, garlic, 2 tablespoons thyme, and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Move around the pan continuously for 5 minutes or so, until the mushrooms have started to soften. Then add cognac, beef stock, and Dijon mustard. Mix well, and let the sauce simmer another 15-30 minutes. (Until reduced to a dark color with a thin gravy texture.)
- Meanwhile, preheat the grill or a skillet to high heat. Rub the steaks with oil, salt, pepper and thyme. Grill 3-5 minutes per side, depending on thickness (1 1/2 inches = 5 minutes per side.)
- Boil the noodles according to package directions. After draining, add 2 tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoon parsley, and salt to taste. Cover and set aside.
- After the steaks have rested 5 minutes, slice into thin strips. Add the sour cream to the sauce and whisk well. Salt and pepper the sauce to taste. Immediately plate the noodles topped with sauce. Then lay the steak across the top. Garnish with extra parsley!
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tthis recipe very delicious
I love how this recipe used the type of steak that it did! SO good with so much flavor, thank you.
Best beef stroganoff ever! Thanks for sharing, my family and I enjoyed this dish so much!
Growing up my mom would make stroganoff all the time & now it is one of my go-to dinners. It’s easy, kid-friendly, & so yummy!!
Now this is BEEF Stroganoff!
What a wonderful example of a splurge-worthy meal, I love it! Go big or go home, right?! ;)
This is a delicious recipe and has been added to my Favorite Recipes list.
This sounds fantastic! Thank you for sharing!
Imaginary parties…the very best kind :) How adorable! This dish looks perfect, and ever so impressive. Lovely and detailed post Sommer!
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Your daughter is adorable!
I've never had beef stroganoff before and didn't know exactly what it was, and this looks perfect for this chilly time of year. Your daughter sounds so cute!!
I love your daughter, how fun!! I can imagine she is as spunky as you sommmer..what a delight! I have not had beef stroganoff in what seems like forever, how luscious..thanks fro tempting me again!!
Looks wonderful! I think Cook's Illustrated also recommends using a better cut of beef and if you like the flavor profiles in the dish then doing so will give you much more satisfaction. The first meal I EVER cooked was Beef Stroganoff in a pressure cooker when I was 12 so it has a special place in my heart (stomach).
love hearing the story about your daughter…no doubt she will go far in life. Recipe looks great, but I don't like beef. might work for venison tho! thx
your daughter sounds like mine :). love easy dishes like this one…
Your daughter sounds adorable! And your stroganoff look incredible!
Your daughter is so cute…haha. Love your pasta dish….simple, comforting and delicious…yum
I could almost taste all the BIG flavors you've infused together here. Your pictures are jumping off my screen. I love those mushrooms being drizzled with cognac.. mmmm good!
Love the addition of the cognac! We've always used wine in stroganoff so this gives me a new twist to try :-) Your daughter sounds like she's certainlly taking after her mom!! Enjoy your weekend, Kate @ kateiscooking
Beautiful photography, I think you've really captured the essence of this luscious dish, great job:)
your daughter sounds like such a cutie! I see event planning in her future!
That is great!
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Your little girl will make a great even planner when she grows up! Your stroganoff looks so good; all those wonderful mushrooms!!!
Well I think I am going to have to go to the market your stroganoff looks so good, my husband is going to be a happy man tonight, thanks so much.
My oh my! This looks and sounds delicious. And I'm with you…if you are going to make a heavy meal…you should go for it! Thank you so much for sharing with me today. I hope you have a lovely weekend.
I recently made a meat-less stroganoff. And I have a recipe for pork stroganoff (DELICIOUS!). But can you believe I have never actually made BEEF stroganoff yet?!? I do want to make it soon… the one bummer though is, as always, I can't make it with mushrooms because of Mr. Picky Pants. Sigh. And they look sooooooo good in your pictures, too.
I adore the beef Stroganoff, but never try making it myself…thanks Sommer, for sharing the recipe.
Beef stroganoff is my husband's favorite meal, and I love how you upped the quality of meat. I'm bookmarking this recipe!
Hey Sommer, this really does look wonderful! I don't make dishes like this that often either, but I always love them when I do get the chance to enjoy something like this. Oh, and your step by step photos are stellar-love that;)
I love this dish – it's almost retro these days! You never see it – but I still make it.Like the better cuts of meats. My kids used to play "Coo-Coo-Crazy Restaurant." The menu (and we had to pay to eat the food we paid to buy!) is still on my bulletin board! Treasure these times!
I love stroganoff – I also love the idea of using a better cut of meat. Makes so much sense… I imagine your little girl gets her entertaining skills from her momma!
This is a very modern take on stroganoff and I LOVE IT. It is still relatively straightforward and I can see it would be delicious. My carnivour thanks you!
And, so do I!
Loved hearing about your daughter's imaginary parties. That is the cutest! This looks so tasty and I love how quick and easy it is. Thanks!
Your version looks delicious, and lighter than others I've seen. Great pictures! Thersea
About your little girl and her "parties," that's the cutest thing I ever heard!! She must be very, very bright. Don't let anybody ever stomp on that creativity!
Absolutely delicious. Your photography is stunning and makes the food look like it can be grabbed through the screen (which I really wish I could do).
I like these simple dinners lovely presentation
I have to agree with Roxan – those mushrooms look amazing cooking in the pan. Great looking dish with the better cut of beef and I do like the wide egg noodles you've used.
So cute about your daughter. You are a positive influence on her and what she enjoys! :)
WOW this dish looks absolutely amazing. I love that photo of the mushrooms cooking! Just looking at it, I can taste the mushrooms.
Your daughter is so cute… adorable. children have such amazing imaginations. I keep going back and forth on when to have kids, but when I read things like this it makes me want to hop instantly on the baby train.
I absolutely love beef stroganoff and it's been so long since I've made it. I think it's about time now after seeing your delicious meal! Thank you soooo much for the recipe!
How cute is your daughter?! :)
I always want some tricks to lower the cooking time of meals. Thanks for sharing this great recipe with us!
Nice quick recipe for stroganoff! I always use filet mignon for mine, as it was intended by the original chef :)
That's funny – personalities come up pretty quickly! I used to play restaurant all the time…only I did it UNDER the kitchen table. This recipe looks fantastic. PS passing you a blogger award – see the photo of the day. =)
Oh how I love beef stroganoff. That was an absolute favorite dish of mine growing up!
Enjoy your weekend and your time off!
I love this dish! Looks so good!
Your daughter is so sweet!
I love meals that are quick to prepare and big on flavor…this one looks to be just that!
It sounds like your daughter is going to be quite the social planner…better watch out! :)
Your daughter sounds so sweet! I love the idea of imaginary parties and all the other fun games she comes up with :) This dish also looks like a great shortcut, yum!