A few days ago I promised my newsletter subscribers I’d share one of the recipe from my latest Kindle Cookbook – Make and Take Meals. I figured I might as well share it here on the blog as well. The recipe is for homemade hamburger stroganoff and it’s a weeknight dinner favorite around here.
As you will see in the recipe below, it calls for a can of cream of mushroom soup. I tried to make it easy for a cookbook that’s available to anyone on Amazon. Personally, I make my own “cream of” type soup and you’re welcome to do the same. There’s no need to add any mushroom to the cream style soup since the recipe calls for a can of mushrooms and their liquid. This gives your “cream of anything” soup mix plenty of mushroom flavor.
This hamburger stroganoff recipe is from the Make and Take Meals Kindle Cookbook. It’s easy to prepare and reheat, making it perfect for those occasions when you are making dinner for another family. It’s one of my favorite meals to fix and usually well received. One word of caution. Make sure the family you are blessing with this dish is fine with mushrooms. I find it’s best to ask first before taking a meal over.
There’s nothing more thoughtful than blessing someone with a home cooked meal – an elderly neighbor, your friend who just had her first child, your coworker who is recovering from surgery. There are so many reasons to bring someone a nice meal to take the burden off of them or for no reason at all. Just to show your appreciation for that person.
I’ve gathered some of my favorite make and take meals so you can brighten up a loved one’s day. But first we’ll take a closer look at why sharing kindness with food is more important now than ever, who may appreciate a home-cooked meal in your own community and circle of influence and what the etiquette is when it comes to taking a meal to someone. I also share my best practical tips and tricks to make this a snap and to make sure you are always prepared to make and take a meal.
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