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Gretchen’s Cookbook - Sausage Stroganoff (Korv Stroganoff) recipe
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Sausage Stroganoff (Korv Stroganoff)


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Ingredients:
1 lb kielbasa smoked sausage (in Sweden, use falukorv) 2 yellow onions, chopped 1 tsp paprika butter or margarine 1/4 c tomato puree or ketchup 1 Tbsp mustard 1 boullion cube 1 c water pepper and salt to taste 1/2 c sour cream
Directions:
Slice sausage into strips (not dimes). In a skillet, brown over high heat. Add chopped onion and paprika to the skillet. Add tomato puree, mustard, boullion cube, and water. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to simmer and let simmer a briefly over low heat. Season with pepper and salt to taste. Garnish with sour cream just before serving. Serve with rice. On falukorv The original recipe calls for falukorv, a traditional Swedish sausage that is not exported to the U.S. Kielbasa may be as close as you can get. Falukorv is named for the town of Falun, known as a center for copper mining. In the 16th and 17th centuries, oxen were used as beasts of burden at the mines. The Swedes being a thrifty people, when the oxen had hauled their last, they were hauled to the sausage factory. The salted, smoked meat became falukorv. Today, falukorv is a popular dish across Sweden. It is made with a red casing, the interior is pale pink. Today's sausage waits upon no oxen, but is made with a mixture of pork and beef and potato flour. Swedes eat it sliced and fried for lunch or dinner with potatoes, or just on a sandwich.
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