10 comments on “Caribou Stroganoff: A Classic Favorite Featuring Wild Game

  1. This looks delicious. In addition to the mustard, another component of traditional Russian stroganoff is including a little french-fried potatoes on the top of the dish. I rarely do this myself, because I prefer the noodles.

    • Thanks for the comment Libby. Yes, I’d read that regarding the fried potatoes. That sounds good, too. It seems Stroganoff has become part of world cuisine, with various countries and regions putting their own accent on it.

  2. It’s 7.20 in the morning here in the UK, and I’m sitting in bed reading this on my laptop and thinking that I could eat that right now for breakfast! Maybe without the gin and tonic though. Maybe.

    The writer of another blog I follow is writing a book called ‘In Search of Beef Stroganoff’, so I’m seeing stroganoff everywhere! I think it’s a sign that I must make it. I might have a go at it in the week with your recipe, although I’m not sure they sell caribou at my local supermarket, might have to go for beef…

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