stroganoff

adjective
stro·​ga·​noff | \ ˈstrȯgəˌnȯf\

Definition of stroganoff

: sliced thin and cooked in a sauce of consommé, sour cream, mustard, onion, and condiments used postpositively beef stroganoffchicken stroganoff

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History and Etymology for stroganoff

after Count Paul Stroganoff 19th century Russian diplomat

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