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  1. Joy

    Going to make it tomorrow for a group of friends. Will send feedback.

  2. Angie

    Just made this and it is delicious! Even without the gravy and fresh thyme (I used chicken broth and dried thyme). Next time I’ll use fresh thyme because I love the depth it adds. I made homemade egg noodles for the first time to go with it. Super easy to make too. Love this recipe ❤️

  3. Heather

    I made this tonight with 2 substitutions: I didn’t have any leftover turkey (it’s only July) so I used freshly grilled chicken breasts, and in place of gravy/stock, I used white wine. Delicious! Don’t be afraid to adapt recipes here to work with what you have on hand.

  4. Rose Fox

    This was delicious! We didn’t have gravy, so we used chicken broth and 1/4 tsp Gravy Master and it came out perfectly. Lots of “yum!” noises around the dinner table. Definitely going in our weeknight meal repertoire.

    For those who only have heavy cream or non-dairy cream instead of sour cream or yogurt: add a splash of cider vinegar to get that tangy flavor.

  5. tiffany

    this was great, thank you!!

  6. GM

    Yum! Made with ground turkey over egg noodles. Would be great over mashed potatoes. We used yogurt. It would have been better if we waited a few minutes after turning off heat before adding the yogurt (dang electric stove)as it did separate a bit, but still delicious.

  7. Emily

    I tried this with some substitutions: leftover deli roast chicken (one of our household staples), dried mushrooms (reconstituted in hot water for about 1/2 hour before sauteeing), creamy Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. I skipped the gravy, and strengthened the sauce with mushroom soaking liquid and some jellied chicken consomme from the bottom of the deli pan. It was scrumptious. For me, this worked as a special but not too time consuming weeknight dinner, using all ingredients I had on hand. It was a big hit. I love this website.


  8. Roz

    I made this receipe with ground turkey and left over turkey cutlets. Another great way to make this receipe is to use from Morningstar farms their mock chicken strips. For the vegetarians this is a great substitute.

  9. hollie

    Wow, I don’t know what I did, but I messed up this recipe royally! I used the yogurt, and something did not jive. It didn’t even hint at stroganoff! I want to try again with sour cream. Anyone else have a mess up using yogurt??

  10. Anastasia's Table

    Made this yesterday using ground turkey and it was delicious. I make beef stroganoff, but never thought to use turkey. Thanks for the idea and delicious recipe.


  11. Lisa

    I made this tonight and it was definately a nice break. I think next time I make it, I might add more onions or some shallot and some white wine with the turkey gravy. (I added my MIL’s gravy but found out later it was from a jar and not scratch.) I would also up the tarragon cuz I like it. Maybe some dijon mustard too. OK, now I’m going crazy. The flavor does remind me of this chicken dish my host family in Paris would make that consisted of shallots, white wine, tarragon, mustard and perhaps creme fraiche or cream. Very yummy. Thanks for the recipe. I’ll be keeping it.