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Slow-Cooker Turkey Stroganoff

March/April 2013

Your rating: None Average: 3.2 (75 votes)

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.


Slow-Cooker Turkey Stroganoff

9 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Turkey Stroganoff

03/31/2015
Anonymous
Eh.

Made this, was excited about it until the first taste. I think the Sherry killed it, honestly. I think if I made it again, I would add wine instead. Needs some kind of extra ingredients for flavor, as the "flavor" of sour cream is lost. I would start with garlic and maybe more onion. Still need to figure out the rest of the spices.

Simple and cheap
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03/23/2015
Anonymous
Yummy!

This was a nice thick, and comforting meal after a 13 hour long day at work. My turkey was a little dry since it was in the crock pot for so long but that is just the way my day went. I did add extra pepper and used white wine instead of sherry (it is what I had on hand).

Easy to do and loved coming home to the smell of it cooking.
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01/08/2015
Anonymous
Ridulous ingredient!

Why would anyone in their right mind add peas to stroganof? That is completely insane.

good use of turkey
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09/23/2014
Blech

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.

Lots of veggies and healthy proteins
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02/07/2014
Anonymous

Bland, need some herbs maybe.

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