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When the weather is cool, a big dish of Slow Cooker Beef Paprikash can really warm the soul and body.
This is not a dish we enjoyed when I was growing up. My mom just didn’t venture out of her usual recipes very much. So when I discovered that I love the subtle smoky flavor of paprika this became one my most favorite “new to me” dishes.
The ingredients are simple. You probably have most of these items in your pantry right now.
The top sirloin can be replaced by your favorite chuck roast or other cut of beef you like. I like the top sirloin because it’s usually an inexpensive cut of meat and easy to find at the various grocery stores we frequent.
The sour cream added at the end gives the dish a creamy finish. You might have a family recipe that uses “cream of” soup, but we prefer to stick with the sour cream. If you like the sauce to be extra thick, you could also use corn starch. Follow the tip in the recipe.
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