Try this Low Carb Beef Stroganoff with Ground Beef!
This beef stroganoff with ground beef recipe is sure to hit all the right spots! The creamy base is packed with hearty mushrooms and ground beef that make this dish absolutely satisfying. Your taste buds won’t know what hit them once you take a bite of this delicious low carb comfort food. If you’re stumped for what you should make for dinner tonight, consider this recipe to be the perfect solution. It’s fast, simple, and brimming with creamy goodness.
We know what you’re thinking. Doesn’t beef stroganoff usually have noodles? You would be correct. However, who says that pasta is a must-have in any recipe? Mushrooms are the perfect stand-in because they have that same satisfying texture, but without the carbs! Simply omit the pasta and you still have a tasty dish that has all the same flavor and none of the guilt! It’s really that easy. Not to mention, the earthy flavor of mushrooms is what really sets the stage for this amazing meal.
Not only does this recipe meet the keto requirements, but it’s also really fast to make. In as little as 30 minutes you can have a bowl of warm, creamy beef stroganoff on your dinner table. Simplify your hectic weeknight by serving up a dish that doesn’t stress you out! Everybody needs a go-to comfort food recipe and beef stroganoff with ground beef should be at the top of the list.
It’s hard to not love the incredible flavor so even the picky eaters in your life will have a hard time turning this one down! Plus, if you happen to have any leftovers ( and trust us, that is a big MAYBE) then this dish also works great as a lunch solution, too. Beef stroganoff with ground beef is a feel-good food that deserves a place on your low carb dinner menu. Enjoy!
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