beef stroganoff

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beef stro·ga·noff

 (strō′gə-nôf′, -nŏf′)
Thinly sliced beef fillet sautéed and mixed with onions, mushrooms, sour cream, and herbs, often served on a bed of noodles or rice.

[After Count Pavel Alexandrovich Stroganov (1774-1817), Russian diplomat.]

beef stroganoff

(Cookery) a dish of thin strips of beef cooked with onions, mushrooms, and seasonings, served in a sour-cream sauce
[C19: named after Count Paul Stroganoff, 19th-century Russian diplomat]

beef′ stro′ga•noff

(ˈstrɔ gəˌnɔf, ˈstroʊ-)
thin strips of beef sautéed with onions and mushrooms and cooked in a sour cream sauce.
[1940–45; after P.Stroganov,19th-century Russian count and diplomat]
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Noun1.beef Stroganoff - sauteed strips of beef and mushrooms in sour cream sauce served with noodles
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