stroganoff

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stroganoff

(ˈstrɒɡəˌnɒf)
n
(Cookery) short for beef stroganoff
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19, the line is available in four varieties: Savory Portabello Mushroom, which is ideal for stroganoffs and skillet dishes; Creamy Herb & Garlic with Chicken Stock, for pot pies and casseroles; Sweet Onion, for meat loaf and pork skillet dishes; and Mexican Style Tomato, a South-of-the-Border blend that is great for Mexican skillet dishes.
They're also versatile, you can add them to everything from salads to stroganoffs.
AlpineAire Beef Stroganoff with Noodles is the creamiest of the "Stroganoffs" we tasted, with generous sprinklings of tomatoes, mushrooms, and red peppers.
A jarring hickory note (something like Liquid Smoke) tramples Richmoor Stroganoff and Beef with Noodles.
This adaptable characteristic is also shared by "seitan," a chewy wheat gluten product which substitutes nicely for beef chunks in stews and stroganoffs, and which is available in health food stores under a number of brand names.
The New Church (De Nieuwe Kerk), The wealth of the Stroganoffs, The story of a Russian family, December 13, 2002 -- April 21, 2003
Having attained wealth through trade in salt and furs, the Stroganoffs built one of the most beautiful palaces in Saint Petersburg, which they filled with their fabulous art collection.