I was really disappointed in this. I was anticipating a great meal all day and it was bland and watery. If I were to make it again, I would use a thickener and maybe some chicken or vegetable broth. Herbs are also a good idea.
Slow-Cooker Turkey Stroganoff
From EatingWell: March/April 2013
A split turkey breast is a terrific cut to use in this healthy slow-cooker recipe for turkey stroganoff because it stays moist. Here turkey breast is cooked in the crock pot with lots of mushrooms and carrots, then pulled off the bone, chopped and stirred back into a creamy sauce. If you can’t find a split turkey breast, try this recipe with bone-in chicken breasts. Serve over whole-wheat egg noodles, on mashed potatoes or even thick slices of toasted whole-grain country bread.
6 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Turkey Stroganoff
Bland, need some herbs maybe.
I have a quick question about this recipe. I am making it right now and promise to rate it after, but when I take the turkey out and I am about to put the sauce ingredients into the slow cooker, do I remove the liquid from the veggies and turkey plus the vegetables or leave it all in, minus the turkey, when creating the sauce?
I like this recipe it's very simple and I plan on freezing a lot of it so I'll have it on hand for a quick dinner later. I had to improvise as I didn't have the sherry so I added a little sherry vinegar and milk instead and it still turned out great. I felt it needed a little more flavor and added garlic powder and dried rosemary at the end and it came out great.
I made this exactly like the directions, except that I cooked the turkey with the skin still on, then removed after. It was so easy. It took 10 minutes to set up, then four hours later it took 20 minutes including prep to cook the sauce. So easy and even my child who hates peas and carrots ate the whole bowl. My husband could not shut up about how good this was and told me to put it in the rotation. Amazing taste for how little work this was.