Chicken Stroganoff is a lovely variation of the well-known and famous Beef Stroganoff.
Beef or chicken, frankly, this dish is amazing.
Just imagine – tender chunks of meat covered with flavorful creamy sauce served over hot noodles.
And I haven’t told you everything yet.
Ladies and gentlemen… there’s bacon!
You just have to make this…
This is what you need.
1. First, chop the leek.
You can also use onion instead.
2. Cut the skinless and boneless chicken breast into strips or cubes, whatever you prefer.
I parted that chicken myself.
Early in the morning.
There’s nothing like parting a chicken while drinking coffee early in the morning.
There’s certain magic to it.
3. In a large non-stick skillet or pan, fry the slices of bacon over medium heat…
… until crisp.
4. Remove the bacon from the pan and cut it into small chunks (or crumble it).
5. Add the leek to the drippings in the pan.
6. Then add the chicken cubes/strips.
7. Sauté together for about 6 minutes, stirring frequently.
8. Now we need our spices: ground black pepper, red paprika, pressed or minced garlic cloves, and salt.
9. Throw all the spices into the chicken-leek mixture. Add the bouillon and bacon.
10. Bring the mixture to a boil. Then cover, reduce heat, and let simmer for about 10 minutes.
You may want to transfer the whole mixture into a smaller pot if you don’t have a lid that large.
11. In the meantime, you can cook the noodles.
12. Also, in a small bowl, combine the sour cream and the flour and stir until smooth.
13. Add the sour cream mixture to the pan/pot. Bring to a boil.
14. Then reduce heat and let simmer for about 2 minutes, stirring constantly.
Your sauce will become thicker and creamier.
Serve your Chicken Stroganoff over hot noodles.
Enjoy, dear friends.
(This recipe makes 2 portions.)
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22 thoughts on “Chicken Stroganoff”
Looking gooood 🙂
So simpel!! I will try this! THX so much!
This looks REALLY delicious!
I always make Chicken Stroganoff with mushrooms, pearl pickling onion and tomato purÃ©e. But this recipe with bacon looks pretty yummy, too!
Hi, love your blog and been following it for sometime now (I wasn’t sure should I write you in English, Croatian…) 🙂
Love this meal, so delicious and well prepared!
PS. great, great photos!
Thanks Tamara for everything you’ve said! You can write to me in English or Slovak. 🙂 Petra
This looks delicious. I will put this recipe into my to-make file!
Your blog is amazing! I love it! I’ve already prepared your hot chocolate (I added chilli to receive spicy taste) but I’m planning to prepare your New York Cheesecake and Strawberry Cheesecake Parfaits and many other too.
Your photos are perfect.
Keep doing what you do!
Greetings from Poland,
Thanks so much Kinga! Happy cooking and baking to you! 🙂 Petra
I really love stroganoff! I don’t have a good recipe for a chicken stroganoff so I’ll have to give this a try.
Hey! I will try this today! I only need the leek and the bacon! Everything else is in the kitchen! Perfect!
I have one Question:
For how many persons are your recipes? 2? Sometimes it looks so few…
Greetings from Germany!
Hi Silke. This recipe makes 2 portions (is for 2 people). Enjoy! Petra 🙂
Pefect for my boyfriend an me!! Thx for the answer!! The Chicken is now defrosting *gg*. I start in half an hour!
I love the fact that this uses no oil. Its nice and rich without it being full of oil.
I made this for dinner on Saturday night. My husband loved it. So dang good! Though, I added only half the chicken stock because as the chicken and leeks cooked down I seemed to have a lot of liquid in the pan.
This is the first time I have seen your site. I love your recipe and your step by step pictures! Do you have other recipes?
Hi Cindy! I am glad you like the site! To see more of my recipes just click the Recipe Gallery. Enjoy! 🙂 Petra
Made this last night for the fam and they LOVED it. Even my little guy who lives primarily on air. Thanks…. So happy I found this site 😉
Hi Andrea! I love your comment, so sweet to hear words like these! 🙂 Petra
My son does not like mushrooms, leeks, onions etc…get the picture…so I used ground chicken and spices we had in the kitchen (garlic, lemon pepper, cayanne pepper etc., it was a hit…and I made it from start to sitting at the table in less than 30 minutes. Thanks so much for the recipe. The next time I will make it for others and include your veggies. Good Job!!!!
Thanks For The Tip! I Have Always Wanted To Know If It Was Possible To Use Chicken In Stroganoff Instead Of Beef. But I Thought It Might Distroy The Dish. The Bacon Is Such A Fresh Idea! Will Turkey Bacon Work As Well???
Petra, I laughed so hard at the “horror magic”. LOL LOL LOL
Thanks for the recipes!!