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One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff

One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff is filled with hearty ground beef, mushrooms and tender egg noodles in a delicate, yet simple sauce. One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff is a super quick and easy weeknight dinner recipe, that your whole family will love. You guys, I cant help myself. Im simply obsessed with making your life easier. Youre welcome. Howam I making your life easier? Well, my brain wont stop coming up with new and exciting one skillet recipes . I mean, why on earth would we need more than one skillet in our kitchens these days?!? Ok, maybe thats a little crazy. After all, what if we want to make TWO, one-skillet dinners at the same time?! Options. Speaking of options, lets talk about this One Skillet Ground Beef Stroganoff. The base flavors of this simple dish stem from the mushrooms that are sauted until tender. We remove the mushrooms from the skillet temporarily to brown some hamburger and onion, then pour in our beef broth and get this DRY egg noodles! Yes, ladies and gentlemen, even the egg noodles get cooked right in the same skillet. Brilliant! Toss the mushrooms back in (hello flavor!) and let the egg noodles cook until tender. Were almost done! All thats left Continue reading >>

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  1. sweetmissmagnolia

    does anyone use/wear diabetic shoes/socks?

    Do they really make a difference??? Today I could only get 1mile in on my elliptical cause my feet were hurting/burning (think neuropathy's coming on)....I've heard that diabetics are supposed to wear diabetic socks/shoes but never checked into them....maybe someone who has tried them can give me advice...do they really make any difference??? I usually wear either slip on comfy sandal flops or good old tennis shoes....lately I've noticed that some of my socks are tighter than usual but just tossed that up to having dried them in the dryer one too many times LOL my feet aren't swollen or anything since I've been exercising they look "normal"--meaning not puffy and my ankles are more defined than they used to be--I need new socks anyway....i recently saw that the store I go to started carrying diabetic socks....haven't seen shoes yet....

  2. Jwp

    My wife bought me a pair of the socks, they're just more airy and have more cushion. So for me, they weren't really hugely different, but more comfortable for sure.

  3. TennisPlayerHelena

    Hi
    No I dont have any specialist diabetic shoes but I do have to do something.
    I change between low and high shoes. The low ones pull on my tendons if I wear them too long and the high ones make the balls of my feet burn. So I keep changing maybe once or twice a day.
    Works for me lol

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