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Discussion in 'Preppers' Corner' started by clock152, Oct 28, 2013.
Strawberry or peach would be my votes
2 ½ pounds lean ground beef
2 medium onions finely chopped
2 cups of chopped mushrooms
4 cups beef broth
2 cups sweet peas
2 cloves of chopped garlic
1 package mushroom gravy
1 package brown gravy
10 ounces uncooked egg noodles
2 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
Salt & Pepper to taste
Powdered Sour Cream (2 cup equivalent usually 2/3 cup of powdered sour cream)
Powdered butter -- 1 Tbsp per serving (optional)
Lightly brown your ground beef in a Dutch oven. Place your browned ground beef in a colander and rinse with hot water to remove the remaining fat.
Wipe the fat from your Dutch oven and then sauté your onion for about 7 minutes. Add your ground beef, 3 cups of beef broth, sweet peas, mushrooms, Worcestershire sauce and your garlic. Simmer covered over low heat for about 10 minutes.
Add your egg noodles and stir well. Simmer covered for another 7 minutes.
Mix your mushroom and brown gravy packets into 1 cup of beef broth and mix into the stroganoff. Simmer the stroganoff uncovered for another 3 minutes or until the noodles are tender. Salt and pepper to taste.
Spread your stroganoff onto a fine mesh tray in your dehydrator or on a cookie sheet if you're dehydrating with your oven. Dehydrate for 10 -- 12 hours at 160 F.
When you package your meal add 4 -- 6 tablespoons of sour cream powder to each serving.
If you like, you can also add 1 tablespoon of butter powder to each serving as well. This will help give the stroganoff a bit of additional depth.
You will get 6 two cup serving with this recipe.
Pour boiling water ½ inch over your meal and let it sit in a cozy. Your meal should rehydrate for 20 minutes in a pot.
FBC: Bring your water to a boil and pour enough water in your bag to cover your meal with 1/2 inch of water. Let your meal sit in a cozy for about 25 minutes.
I wouldn't ever make it at dehydrating food. After I cooked something that looked that good I'd be eating it.
Cool...thanks for sharing.
Thanks a lot. Now I gotta go eat some dandelions.....
they are awesome... and plenty of em to cook up... reminds me of a morel mushroom when they are cooked up.. but all crunchy.
And I have spent so much time spraying those little boogers for the past few years. Thanks for sharing, might have to give it a try. Looks like you would have to have a pretty good crop to make it worth while.