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Thursday, August 26, 2021

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs are a great family dinner - made quick & loved by all.
This one pot meal is great one to put on your meal plan!

This post is sponsored by the Iowa Beef Council.

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

It's back to school time and because of that the Iowa Beef Council and I wanted to give you an easy, family friendly, one pot dinner.

We succeeded!

One pot dinners are a Mom's best friend really. By the time the kids get home from school and you get home from work - everyone is famished and there is little patience on long, complicated dinners. They want to eat fast and now!

These meatballs fit the bill.

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

The Iowa Beef Council and I have worked together for over a year now. Finding partnerships that "just fit" is always such a welcome in the food blog venue. Growing up my family loved eating beef and that has continued with our family today.

As you probably remember, we purchase half of a beef {cow} once a year {or however long it lasts} so we always have it readily on hand in our freezer.  All cuts - ground beef, roasts, steaks, stew meat and more.

And ground beef is the STAR of this dish.

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

We all know that ground beef is incredibly great to have on hand and at the ready for easy dinners. It thaws quickly and can be made into a million different dishes.

But every now and then - we need a new favorite, right? My family loves ground beef on pizzas and in tacos, layered in lasagna and in my famous Crockpot Iowa Maid-rites - but now and then it's fun to bring a new dish to the table.

Now traditional stroganoff is made with cuts of beef {not ground beef}, but we wanted to change it up a bit and take those same flavors and put them into a meatball.

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

And wow oh wow, did this one pot stroganoff meatball turn out!

I used my Lodge dutch oven to cook these in but any stockpot or high rimmed skillet on your stovetop will do. Once the ground beef gets mixed with the egg, breadcrumbs, onion and seasonings they are easily rolled into meatballs, dusted with flour and sauteed until golden.

After that, they simmer and bubble in a cream of mushroom and sour cream sauce {with a pinch of one seasoning that MAKES the sauce} and finish cooking with the dutch oven lid on.

While finishing, I completely, 100% recommend cooking some egg noodles to eat these delicious meatballs with - either on the side or topped with the extra cream sauce. They accompany each other greatly!

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

I served these meatballs to my kids after their first day of school - which turned out to be a grand idea because they were hungry!

They gobbled them up.

And then promptly asked when we'd be having them again. Which will be soon! For many reasons. 1) they required minimal ingredients 2) they were super easy to make and 3) they are delicious!

In case you need more kid friendly recipes {what Mom doesn't?} be sure to visit HERE to see a fantastic list of easy dinners. The beef jerky trail mix looks super fun.

One Pot Stroganoff Meatballs

I cannot wait to see you guys make these meatballs. Once you do I'd love for you to rate this recipe on the recipe card below {simply give it a star rating}. It helps more people see my recipes online and gives them a little "push" to make them!

A big thank you again to the Iowa Beef Council for supporting me this past year. It does not go unnoticed! I cannot wait to share other recipes with my readers later this year on behalf of you guys.

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  1. Made these today and doubled the recipe. Will put half the meatballs in the freezer for a quick night during football and harvest season.