Even though my husband isn’t a huge fan of Beef Stroganoff, I still make it for dinner once or twice a year.
The kids definitely like my Gluten Free Beef Stroganoff, and totally wish I could make it more often.
Nevertheless, Beef Stroganoff is a comfort food that you should try… so give it a try you won’t be disappointed.
All I had ever used my spiralizer for was to make zucchini noodles, so I finally branched out and tried it with sweet potatoes and so happy I did. I went to the market and purchased 3 large sweet potatoes to make my noodles.
Well the potatoes are WAY more firm than a zucchini and I was so glad I had my spiralizer otherwise I don’t know how the heck I would had made the noodles.
You are going to peel your sweet potatoes before you spiralize them. Next you will most likely need to cut them down to size in order for them to fit in the spiralizer then spiral away!
Now what to make with the sweet potato noodles? Yeah a Sweet Sage Brown Butter Sauce was a no brainer!
You have to saute the sweet potatoes a little longer than you would zucchini noodles since the sweet potatoes are firmer, however the flavors in this dish from the brown butter, fresh sage, sauteed onions, cheese and the pecans are just amazing!
So I have been literally sick for a week. And today was the 1st day in a week that I actually felt well enough to cook dinner. So I decided Chow Mein was something that really sounded good and not too complicated to wear me out.
I went through the refrigerator and freezer and pulled out food that would work well for my dish. There was some steak leftover from dinner a few nights ago that I diced up and placed in the chow mien marinade. Plus, there was a 1/2 a yellow onion that looked like it would be a good addition to my concoction!
I scoured the freezer and found stir fry veggies and some frozen peas, score!
Then it was either vermicelli rice noodles or pad thai rice stick noodles… AND the quick decision was to go with the thicker noodles this time around.