Stroganoff is a Russian dish and its basic concept is “pieces of beef served in a sauce with sour cream”. It doesn’t get any easier than that. The dish was a hit and it became popular all around the world. So much so, that it became very popular in the United States and in Brazil, where I grew up.
Stroganoff is so popular in Brazil that all my life, I was pretty sure it had been created there. It wasn’t until I moved to United States that I discovered Stroganoff was actually originated in Russia.
Praise the Russians for that!
I’m a big fan of stroganoff and so is my husband. There are tons of variations for the recipe. It can be made with beef or chicken, you can add mustard or tomato sauce in the recipe, and so on. The combinations are endless.
The variation I bring here today is made with chicken, mustard and mushrooms, and to me, it tastes like the perfect combination. It’s tasty, creamy and delicious. I can’t wait to hear what you have to say about this incredibly delicious Mushroom Chicken Stroganoff.
Ready for the Mushroom Chicken Stroganoff Recipe? Here we go:
My husband’s favorite way of enjoying Mushroom Chicken Stroganoff is with Basmati Rice and Potato Strings. I think this is an amazing way of having it, but I also appreciate it very much with pasta!
What are you going to pair the Mushroom Chicken Stroganoff with? I’d love to hear in the comments what your favorite is: Rice or Pasta?