So I got bored of having chicken curry, bolognese, and grilled chicken & chips, and decided that I would challenge myself to make one new recipe every week. I'm a bit experimental and get sidetracked in the kitchen, I usually don't often measure my seasonings, spices, or vegetables... I also cook til it "looks right" rather than for 10 minutes, etc etc...
This week, I heard the word "stroganoff" and thought it was an ace word, so decided to find out what it was... haha.
Recipe is adapted from the Quorn Kitchen cookbook, and you could quite easily substitute more vegetables instead of Quorn, or chunks of beef. Chicken might work too!
Quorn Stroganoff – 3pp per serving
1 red onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, peeled and crushed
150g Quorn Steak-Style Slices
150g mushrooms, chopped
1 x vegetable OXO cube & a dash of water
1 tsp paprika
2 tbsp WW Creme Fraiche
(6pp for these quantities - Makes 2 servings)
Fry off the onions and garlic til the onion starts to brown.
Add mushrooms and Quorn, and cook for about 5 minutes.
Sprinkle in the Oxo cube and paprika, stir fry for a few minutes
Add a dash of water - I say a dash, it was probably about 50ml, just enough to make it a bit saucey. Simmer til it reduces down a bit (about 10 minutes I think)
Stir in the creme fraiche and season well. Simmer for 5 minutes ish and serve.
I had homemade potato wedges with mine, and it was really filling.
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