An old-world recipe of pasta, beef, mushrooms & tomatoes in a rich sour cream sauce.
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||096152104017|
|Alpine Aire Beef Stroganoff||$7.50|
I will stick to mountain house meals....not that good at all, and pretty much the same price as MH.
Beef Stroganoff is not one of those entrees I actively seek out in normal day to day life, but this entree was pretty good.
The main issue I have with it is that the example I tried had the wrong preparation instructions on it (which Alpine Air puts on with a seperate sticker, so perhaps my experience was isolated). My instructions were for some sort of stroganoff with potatoes, rather than with noodles. Not a big deal except that the incorrect instructions required the use of two seperate pots to cook, which would have been problematic for me. The stroganoff with noodles is a single pot affair.
The Mountain House beef stroganoff is much more like the real thing. This is only ok. Texture is a little rubbery and doesn't seem like you can heat it long enough to get rid of it. And taste, it seems they've over-spiced it to compensate. It's eatable/edible, but why, when there's something better?
This tasted ok. It wasn't bad for "camp food" but I wouldn't break into it if I was really craving beef stroganoff.