Posted: 1/28/2013 7:07:36 PM
For correct nutritional info, check out the regular Meatball Stroganoff Biscuit Casserole recipe (not this "Cooking for Two" one): http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/meatball-stroganoff-biscuit-casserole/90ab5ac7-8080-47fb-abfc-4ba5d54e103d#?st=6&term=meatball stroganoff&ps=9&pi=9
There's actually 510 calories per serving, and about 1300mg sodium.
Posted: 12/15/2011 1:38:44 PM
I could only find Pearl Onions in sauce or Onions and Peas. I picked the ones in sauce. Will that do for the recipe?
I'm making this this weekend.
Posted: 8/26/2011 8:58:44 PM
I really liked this. When I made again, I added a squirt of tomato paste from a tube and a dollop of sour cream. Very nice recipe
Posted: 4/25/2011 7:24:47 AM
Those that commented about the calories.I think that calorie count is a mistake. If you notice the ingredient list calls for 4 cups of meatballs and a whole jar of gravy for what is supposed to be 2 servings...It is probably based on those numbers.
Posted: 1/9/2011 12:55:30 PM
This recipe sounds perfect for a great comfort meal.
Will be super for waiting out the Snow Storm due here in Georgia tonight!!
Posted: 1/5/2011 11:52:20 AM
I would have to agree with 'Boggled'. The calorie content is outrageous.
So I swapped out a few things (as I do a lot of the time):
1. made my own turkey meatballs
2. used low sodium cream of mushroom soup instead of gravy
3. Used fresh mushrooms
4. Used Fat Free sour cream
5. used a low sodium beef boullion cube instead of worchestire sauce
6. used reduced fat biscuits
Posted: 1/5/2011 11:07:50 AM
Holy Cow! Who would make this? Looking at the calories, sodium content and carbs....WOW! I will definitely pass on this one.