Give your onion a chop
and toss it into your crock pot with your stew meat
I don't ever measure this step, but cover your meat and onion with garlic powder.
We love garlic, so I tend to really cover everything well.
Add a half cup of beef broth and the entire container of whipping cream.
Stir in your two cans of soup.
It will look really watery and soupy, but let it cook all day long on low.
Or, like I usually do, start it around lunch on high and it will be ready by 6:00 p.m. dinner.
The sauce will thicken nicely!
Boil your noodles and serve the sauce on top.
We usually have enough sauce to feed all of us and then for one leftover lunch the next day.
It is really rich and warm and filling.
Perfect for these cooler Fall nights!
It is the fastest beef stroganoff.
And my cute cooking assistant, Hollin, gives it two thumbs up!