This hearty dish has been made healthier by using yogurt in place of sour cream in the finished sauce. If you would like to omit the wine, use 1 cup of beef broth instead. Serve this convenient dish over rice or egg noodles and enjoy!
Unless you make Beef Stroganoff regularly, you generally assume it's a complicated dish that takes a lot of time. Not so: you can make it from start to finish in less than half an hour. It's traditionally served over egg noodles but in my house we accompany it with brown rice.
By searing the scallops with dry spices you'll add more flavor to each bite. Top with tomato cilantro drizzle for a refreshing zest to the dish.
Brown rice fusilli can be a fantastic, whole-grain and gluten-free substitute for traditional pasta, especially when bearing the right sauce, like this remarkably tasty pumpkin seed and spinach pesto.