Chicken Stroganoff (from norecipes.com) Recipe

Chicken Stroganoff (from norecipes.com)

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Ingredients

4-5 skinless boneless chicken thighs washed, dried, trimmed of excess fat and cut into bite size pieces
sweet hungarian paprika
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
freshly ground black pepper
2 Tbs flour for dusting

1/2 medium onion diced
8 oz. mushrooms cleaned and sliced

1/4 C vermouth or sherry
1/2 C chicken stock
1 Tsp tomato paste
1 bay leaf
1/4 C plain yogurt
salt and pepper to taste

chopped parsley (optional)

How to make Chicken Stroganoff (from norecipes.com)


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Prep the chicken then sprinkle with salt, pepper and a generous amount of paprika. Dust with flour.

Get a heavy bottomed stainless steal saute pan hot over medium high heat then add some olive oil. Use tongs to place a layer of chicken down (you might need to do in two batches). And allow the chicken to brown before attempting to turn over (this makes some great fond and prevents the chicken from sticking to the pan). Flip the chicken and brown on the second side before removing to a plate. Repeat with a second batch if necessary.

Add some more oil if needed then add the onions and mushrooms. Get these nice and brown tossing to make sure nothing gets burned.

Deglaze the pan with the vermouth then add the chicken stock, tomato paste, and bay leaf. Turn down the heat a bit and let the chicken cook, stirring to mix the coating on the chicken with the liquid to help it thicken.

Once the chicken is done and the sauce is nice and thick, turn down the heat to low and add the yogurt. Taste it and add some more salt and pepper if you like.

Finish with some chopped parsley and serve over egg noodles.



  • Qarpon
    Qarpon says

    what's with the kosher salt? never tried one... does it taste any better than other salt types?

  • norecipes
    norecipes says

    It comes in bigger granules and is less salty than regular salt. I know this sounds kind of strange, but it's milder so if you were to stick some on your tongue it doesn't have that burning sensation. If you're using regular salt, reduce the amount you use.

  • KamanKaman
    KamanKaman says

    i luv beef straganoff and i think this is a great healthier alternative! Thanks!

  • Qarpon
    Qarpon says

    this tastes better with boiled or mashed potatoes. also, this recipe would benefit from addition of garlic, and some spicy stuff.

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