I know everybody has a tried and trusted version of Beef Stroganoff. It’s such an easy, faithful dish that all the family adores.
This recipe is a little richer than the usual Stroganoff, and the melt in your mouth beef just adds a bit of indulgence to a normally quickly made dish.
I have used sheets of lasagne – oh, by the way, did you know that lasagna (with an A) is one sheet and lasagne (with an E) is multiple sheets – only found that out today after every time I wrote ‘lasagne’ the spell checker kept underlining it!
…anyway, the sheets of lasagne are roughly broken into large pieces or you can cut fresh sheets into large sections – the Italian’s call this maltagliati and refers to scraps of leftover pasta – and cook as required. Once you are ready to serve, you can choose to either place the stroganoff on top of the folded, draping sheets of lasagne, then sprinkle with some fresh dill, or, sprinkle with cheese, place another layer of cooked lasagne pieces over the top and then top with your favourite melting cheese and place in the oven till completely melted.