Hamburger Stroganoff is a one skillet supper that’s sure to please the entire family as well as the cook! Because it requires so few ingredients, preparing this hearty meal doesn’t take a lot of time and clean up is just as easy as preparation.

Meal Prep
Before the start of any meal, begin with ‘Meal Prep’ to make sure you have everything you need before you begin.

To make this meal, you will need:
medium to large skillet with a lid
wooden or plastic spoon to stir Stroganoff
serving spoon for Stroganoff
saucepan big enough to boil eggs
small saucepan for green beans
wooden or plastic spoon to stir green beans
measuring cup
tablespoon measuring spoon
2 or more potholders or oven mit

Hamburger Stroganoff topped with hard boiled eggs along with a side of french cut green beans with bacon is a crowd pleaser. Top off the delicious Stroganoff with some soy sauce, salt and pepper to taste then enjoy!

Leftover Storage
When Hamburger Stroganoff leftovers are cooled, empty them into a container, cover and store in refrigerator. Leftovers are best used within 2 days from the time they are made.

Reheating Leftovers
Preheat oven to 375 degrees and heat for 10 minutes.

Reheat Stroganoff leftovers using an oven safe container covered with aluminum foil.

Empty leftovers into oven safe container and stir to separate. If Stroganoff seems too dry, add a tablespoon of cold water and stir again.

Cover the oven safe container with aluminum foil to keep food moist.

After 10 minutes, remove leftovers from oven, stir and if still not warm enough, put back in oven for another 5 minutes.

When stroganoff has reached desired temperature, serve immediately.

Leftovers should only be reheated one time.

Cooking Tips…
Use oven mits or pot holders to handle hot skillets or pans.

When using a skillet on cook top, ALWAYS turn handle in over cook top or over counter top to avoid bumping into the handle and spilling hot food. This also prevents children from grabbing the handle of a hot skillet, spilling hot food on themselves or others causing serious injuries.

When moving hot skillets or pans to your counter top for serving, place a pot holder underneath to prevent damage to your counter top.

During clean up, if skillets or pans are warm to the touch, place a pot holder underneath before you place them on your counter top to prevent damage to your counter top.

Adding water to empty pans, allowing a few minutes to soak, helps loosen food that sticks and makes clean up easier for the dishwasher.