Put a bit of a healthy twist on traditional cuisine—beef stroganoff pasta with nutritious broccoli mixed in. The stroganoff features a delicious rib eye steak and sour cream that seeps right through the beef for maximum flavor, and the broccoli is an interesting (not to mention nutritious) addition to the dish. This recipe takes just about half an hour to make, and yields four good servings.
What you’ll need:
- Wide noodles (Dried) –You’ll need 3 cups.
- Broccoli spears – 3 cups is enough.
- Sour cream – Half a cup, preferably light dairy
- Horseradish –You’ll need about 1-1 ½ teaspoon
- Fresh dill – half a teaspoon, snipped
- Beef rib eye steak – About a pound
- Onion – a small one, chopped into half an inch slices
- Minced garlic – about half a teaspoon
- Cooking oil – a tablespoon
- All-purpose flour – Just 4 teaspoons
- Black pepper – half a teaspoon, ground
- Beef broth – You’ll need about 14 ounces
- Tomato paste –3 tablespoons is enough.
- Worcestershire sauce– A teaspoon will do
- Culinary Argan oil – A drizzle or 2 would be enough to get that nutty kick and healthy boost
Start by preparing the noodles first (you can refer to the instructions on the noodle package) Throw in the broccoli 5 minutes before the noodles get cooked. Afterwards, drain the water from the noodle mix and transfer it to a separate pan or dish.
In the meantime, make the sauce by mixing sour cream, horseradish, and dill. Mix thoroughly, and then cover in a bowl. Place it in the fridge and allow it to chill until you’re ready to serve.
Take the beef and cut it up into bite-sized parts. Don’t forget to trim off the fat. Divide the beef into two and cook the first half in a skillet with all the onions and garlic in hot oil. Ensure that the onion is tender before taking it out of the heat; you can adjust how well done you want the beef before removing it as well. After this, cook the remaining half of the beef in the same way. When done, add in the first batch of beef and put in the pepper and flour. Keep stirring until every piece of meat is coated.
Mix in the broth, tomato paste, and Worcestershire sauce, taking care that the consistency is thick and bubbly. Allow it to heat at least one minute more. Now that you’re ready to serve, take out the sour cream mixture from the fridge. Scoop a spoonful or two of the beef stroganoff on top of the pasta and a dopple or more of the sour cream on top. Don’t forget to add a drizzle of the culinary Argan oil as a finishing touch!
Your loved ones deserve a special treat. And this healthy and delicious beef stroganoff pasta dish spells just that! Don’t be surprised if your loved ones request for you to cook this tasty dish over and over again!
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