Last nights supper was sort of a glorified beef stroganoff which I served over pasta. The combination of flavours married so well together which resulted in a super tasty meal that I will definitely be making again. I should probably think of a more appropriate and appealing title though.
125g mushrooms sliced
400g fillet thinly sliced
10ml prepared hot English mustard
20ml port or sherry (I used port)
7.5ml maizena (cornstarch)
Salt and black pepper
Fettuccini pasta cooked according to package instructions
- Fry the mushrooms in a little butter sprinkled with the vegetable spice until tender and set aside.
- Fry the steak in a little olive oil over a high heat for 1 minute and set aside with any pan juices.
- Pour the cream into the pan you cooked the mushrooms and steak in and heat.
- Whisk in the mustard and add the sherry.
- Mix the maizena with a little water and stir through the cream mixture to thicken.
- Add the mushrooms and steak to the cream and heat through.
- Add salt and grind black pepper to taste and stir through.
Serve over the pasta.
Oh yum, I haven’t made this in yonks, must do it soon 🙂
Have a super week.
Think I may be making it again very soon myself. 🙂 Have a happy week too. 🙂
This is so funny! I’ve just prep my kitchen for stroganoff but with chicken when you posted this. Yours look supper delicious and tempting 🙂 Hope mine will turn out like this 🙂
Thanks Tes, it was super duper yummy. I bet your chicken version will be outstanding. I am looking forward to hearing about it. 🙂
I agree that dish would be really tasty, I love cream based pasta.
I think it will make it’s way onto our menu every other week. 🙂
That’s fantastic! I used to make something similar at home but I thought it wasn’t an interesting recipe… I was wrong. At least, yours is. I’ve never tried with fillet: thanks for the suggestion! 😛
Thanks Rita. This tasty dish will also be equally as nice with creamy mashed potatoes or even rice. 🙂
send some over please!
It’s on it’s way. 🙂
YumO Mandy, I love dishes like this & hey…., the name sums it up beautifully 🙂
Thanks Anna. 🙂 I guess simplicity works best.
I make a similar dish, but have never used the hot mustard for flavoring..it is an interesting suggestion for the next time I make it.
I would love to hear how you enjoy the addition of hot mustard. 🙂