Stroganoff and Red Cabbage

History suggests that this main course dish was designed by a French Chef in the employ of a wealthy Russian family in the 1890’s. It is thought that the thin strips of meat were part of the meal design because the head of the household had bad teeth. The guy with bad teeth is long gone but this recipe is a classic.

We’re adding a German version of Red Cabbage or Rotkohl (pronounced “wrote coal”) to round out this meal. Delicious food is one example of how cultures can happily come together.

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Stroganoff with Red Cabbage

Produce

Garlic (if needed)

2 sweet onions

one-half head red cabbage 

8 oz. Crimini mushrooms

1 tart apple 

Canned/Dried Foods

8 oz. dry egg noodles or fresh fettuccine noodles

low-sodium vegetable broth

dill pickle (if needed)

unbleached flour (if needed)

bay leaf (if needed)

Hungarian paprika (if needed)

ground clove (if needed)

 

caraway seed (ground or whole – if needed)

red wine to cook with (if needed)

white wine to cook with (if needed)

Frozen Foods

one 10 oz. package of Chik’n Strips of choice (if eating meatless)

Meat/Fish/Poultry

6 oz. skinless turkey breast fillet (if eating meat)

Chilled Foods/Dairy

nonfat milk (if needed)

plain, nonfat yogurt

Nutritional Value: Stroganoff and Red Cabbage

Nutritional Analysis

Stroganoff and Red Cabbage (Turkey)

Per Serving

Calories: 670

Protein: 37 g

Carbohydrates: 82 g

Total Fat: 14 g

(Saturated Fat:) 2 g

Dietary Fiber: 11g

Cholesterol: 80 mg

Sodium: 440 mg

% calories from fat: 20 %

Serving Size:

5 oz. cooked noodles with 1-1/2 C. stroganoff and 1 C. red cabbage

Stroganoff and Red Cabbage (Meatless)

Nutritional Analysis

Per Serving

Calories: 680

Protein: 35 g

Carbohydrates: 86 g

Total Fat: 16 g

(Saturated Fat:) 1.5 g

Dietary Fiber: 13 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 610 mg

% calories from fat: 21.8%

Serving Size:

5 oz. cooked noodles with 1-1/2 C. stroganoff and 1 C. red cabbage

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