beef Stroganoff

noun
beef Stro·ga·noff | \ -ˈstrȯ-gə-ˌnȯf , -ˈstrō- \

Definition of beef Stroganoff 

: beef sliced thin and cooked in a sour-cream sauce

First Known Use of beef Stroganoff

1932, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for beef Stroganoff

probably from Stroganov, surname of a prominent line of Russian nobility

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