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Mountain House Beef Stroganoff w/Noodles - 1 Serving Entree

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Because you can't bring mom on every backpacking trip.

There's nothing like a little comfort food after a long day of hiking. Mountain House's Freeze Dried Beef Stroganoff meal for one is just like mom used to make only it's lighter, tastier, and well, you have to make it on your own. It comes in a foil package that stands up on its own for easy eating and cooking.
  • Item #MHS0003

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Pouch Cook
Burnable Package
Total Carbohydrates
60 g
Total Fat
21 g
Saturated Fat
8 g
20 g
80 mg
1670 g
Dietary Fiber
10 g
10 g
Beef Stroganoff: Cooked Beef, Sour Cream (cultured cream, milk, why, sodium phosphate, guar gum, carrageenan, calcium sulfate, locust bean gum, and cultures), Mushrooms, Modified Corn Starch, Corn Oil, Nonfat Dry Milk, Dehydrated onions, Salt, Hydrolyzed Corn Torula and Brewers Yeast Wheat Gluten Soy Protein, Lemon Oil, Beef Base (roasted beef, concentrated beef stock, hydrolyzed corn gluten, soy, corn, and wheat protein, sugar, dried whey, and yeast extract), Flavoring, Molasses, Spice, Garlic Powder and Soybean Oil. Precooked Noodles: Durum Semolina, Egg Yolk, Salt. Contains: Milk, Wheat, Soy, Egg
Claimed Weight
4 oz
Recommended Use
Powering up

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A long-time favorite

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This has been one of my favorite meals EVER since starting backpacking over 10 years ago. Tasty and easy to prepare - I usually give dishes like these (the ones with noodles or pasta) an extra couple of minutes - same with this one. and it turned out great. This is one of the few meals that's single-serving that doesn't usually require extra food to fill out the meal - it's the kind of stick-to-your ribs kind of meal you need after a few miles on the trail. I also find that while on the trail I'm drinking so much water that the higher sodium content doesn't really bother me. If you're packing into a bear container, you can cut the excess packaging off to save space and cram it all in there.

Stroganoff is Very Satisfying

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I love stroganoff and am always satiated after a good stroganoff. My boyfriend also loves stroganoff; he can't get enough of it, especially when I'm away on business. Even the dog loves stroganoff!

Seriously, I would buy it for the double entendres alone, but it actually IS delicious, too. A good amount of food and doesn't require extra seasoning... one of my MH faves!

Stroganoff is Very Satisfying

Strong off with stroganoff

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

One of the best dehydrated meal ever, the only rival is lasagne. One is usually enough to do ya right. I always save my strog for a celebratory meal after I crush a peak out.


    I saw a video and read many reviews of how you need to get the two serving entree instead of the one serving entree. Backcountry was out of the 2 serving entrees so I ordered a couple of the 1 serving entrees instead. Made the mistake of making both of them one night out on the trail and didn't eat the other one because the first serving was PLENTY. And I eat a lot, too. It's just so filling that 1 serving is plenty. Super delicious, too.

    Great entree, use less water

      After over-stocking my pack, I actually dined on this a few days after a two day packing trip. Tasty entree and the sauce didn't make a huge mess. One tip: use a bit less water than suggested (12 oz v. 14 oz); you'll wind up with less funky bear bait to pack out.

      Just like mama use to make.

        OK not really, my mom wasn't that great of a cook. This stuff was better than her cooking.
        Taste pretty much like a you basic "hamburger helper" style stroganoff. I really liked the taste if anything I might add a pinch of salt to it, but again I ate it as is and I liked it.
        The day I ate it was not a particularly physical day, and the amount was just right. On a long day of hike I tend to eat quite a bit more and this wouldn't have been enough to satisfy my hunger. I think most hikers already have a pretty good idea of the amount they need per day, but I thought I'd point this out in case anyone was debating the amount.