built this very green bowl for a beautiful afternoon in the park with friends.
soba noodle are tossed in a tahini-miso sauce, paired with alfalfa sprouts, watercress, avocado, fresh lemon juice. had a few leftover shrimp from dinner so i threw that in there too.
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chef’d at my desk: grilled sweet corn, watercress, feta, shaved almonds, fresh lemon, and S&P
not only is the dish rich in flavor it is rich in history. just google beef stroganoff wikipedia and it’ll tell you how it got its name and how it began being served in the United States in the 1950s. my introduction to beef stroganoff was from my moms kitchen growing up. she’d occasionally make this on sunday’s and was an instant hit for me. she made her sauce using predominately tomato and creamed mushroom sauce. moms way was very tasty but very from-the-can. not blaming her, this was the 80s and 90s! now that i know a thing or two about cooking and try to cook with all fresh ingredients, i’ve slowly found my way to this lovely version of beef stroganoff.
one of the reasons i love this recipe is because its not labor intensive, its so tasty, and the moistness is out of this world. but we all know too well that it can be a challenge to not dry out chicken and the fear of not evenly cooking chicken all the way through.