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This complete meal-in-a-bag makes 5 cups’ worth of hearty,
delicious vegan “beef” stroganoff in minutes! Just add water, stir,
and heat in your skillet to have a home-style meal that’s delicious
and good for you, too! 9.5 oz. (270g) package makes 5 cups of
prepared stroganoff. $6.99 per package.
Ingredients:Semolina, unmodified corn starch, textured
soy protein, rice flour, partially hydrogenated soybean oil,
autolyzed yeast extract, salt, onion powder, garlic powder,
maltodextrin, shiitake mushrooms, less than 2% vinegar, sugar
(non-bone char), natural vegan flavors, spices, tomato, apple,
caramel color, spice extracts, vanilla
From Anonymous of Inkster, Michigan on 11/14/2014.
Its really good.
Creamy Comfort Food At It's Best!
From Anonymous of Johnson City, New York on 10/24/2014.
Tried this for the first time, and was blown away by how good it was!! Leahey Gardens is amazing!! This tasted just like the stroganoff my Mom used to make when I was little (minus the actual beef!) and it has immediately become a favorite! It's so creamy and delicious! At first, I thought 5 cups of water was too much, but it sets really well. It was still amazingly creamy the next day when reheated as well! Fantastic!
From Anonymous of Richardson, Texas on 1/5/2013.
This was so delicious. It's creamy and salty and just yummy. I miss macaroni and cheese and alfredo, and this fills a huge void in my vegan diet. My husband is an omnivore and he scarfed this down.
Tasty but salty
From Richard of La Plata, Missouri on 8/17/2012.
I found that 5 cups of liquid was too much, and would cut back at least a half of cup next time. When the sauce was mixed with the water, it tasted far too salty to me, so I added several cups of steamed veggies to this at the end and mixed it all up. That made it absolutely delicious. Next time, I'd probably add some beans, tofu or tempeh along with the veggies to add more protein and make it a one pot meal. Tastes great, but I only gave it 4 stars because of the salt.
better than hamburger helper
From Anton Ego of Gloversville, New York on 3/14/2012.
when i wasn't vegan i loved- LOVED!!- hamburger helper's stroganoff. it was always a weakness of mine even when i became vegan. i tried this stroganoff and it is amazing! it might actually be better than HH's kind. not to mention after comparing nutrition labels... yikes! this is great. 5 stars completely.
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