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    Fabulous stroganoff

    Troutman , finally got around to trying this recipe and it did Not disappoint!!! My wife and I absolutely loved it with the layers of flavor it will be a favorite from now on! Thanks so much!!! Next time I’ll try some smoked chuck I think 🤔
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    #2
    Where's this recipe??

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    • DavidNorcross
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      +1

    • bbqLuv
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      Yeah, where is it?

    #3
    https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...rib-stroganoff
    Huskee
    DavidNorcross

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    • DavidNorcross
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      Thank you

    • bbqLuv
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      Ask you shall receive.

    #4
    Yea come on Huskee, get with the program

    Great job marshall picture perfect !! One of my favorites!!

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    • Huskee
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      I searched but your recipe isn't in this channel, it's in beef, hence my confusion.

    #5
    Hmmm...we love various stroganoffs, but the amount of dairy in most of them doesn't agree with SWMBO. This one looks like its not too heavy, so I'll have to try it!

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      #6
      Troutman marshall about how much meat did you wind up putting in? I didn't see (or missed) that in the recipe... Damn my eyes...

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      • marshall
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        I ended up using 1 lb of ground burger because that’s what I had on hand, it seemed to be a good proportion to sauce.

      • Troutman
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        Yea looking back at my own recipe I can’t believe I omitted that Dan Deter . Looking at my rib rack I’d say a pound to a pound and a half should work. Also the use half and half in place of whipping cream cuts down on the dairy richness and works equally as well.
        Last edited by Troutman; August 3, 2021, 08:24 AM.

      • Dan Deter
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        Thanks! Guess you were just too busy taking pics of the rib goodness

      #7
      Oooooh. Bookmarked the recipe. I have one more package of short ribs in the freezer. How important is the smoke step? I'm thinking of making it even simpler with that warm-up step in my cast iron on the stovetop.

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      • marshall
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        I didn’t smoke anything but can only imagine that would take this recipe up a few notches, I’m definitely going to smoke something next go at it!
        I did add smoked paprika yo my ground beef though

      #8
      Just pulled a cuppla beef shorties out of the freezer for a shot at this on the weekend

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        Originally posted by marshall View Post
        Troutman , finally got around to trying this recipe and it did Not disappoint!!! My wife and I absolutely loved it with the layers of flavor it will be a favorite from now on! Thanks so much!!! Next time I’ll try some smoked chuck I think 🤔
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        DUDE - STOP with those kind of pictures. My keyboard is now covered in drool.

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          #10
          Hmmmmm. I’m craving this now! Excellent cook!

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