This is a favorite recipe that has been in my family for a long time. I think my parents got the recipe from a friend of theirs when I was a child. I remember this being a special recipe that my folks would often make when we would have company over for dinner. It's a beef stroganoff recipe, but when it was given to them it was called "continental stroganoff" and that is what is on my recipe card from them so that is what I put on the card for Annie's cookbook. It's a very creamy and flavorful stroganoff - with the little hit of cooking sherry or red wine and sour cream at the end after it's cooked through. We love it over egg noodles and all I can say is YUMMY!!
You start out browning steak in butter (yes please), then adding your flour and making a basic roux but with the onion soup added there's tons of flavor. Add your mushrooms too....I always use whole mushrooms by the way (I don't think I put that on the card). Then you add in your milk and make the creamy gravy. What's not to love?? Here's the recipe:
Another recipe card done for Annie's cookbook!!
Here's a closer view of the recipe: