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Mountain House Beef Stroganoff with Noodles
Mountain House Beef Stroganoff is hands down one of the most popular meals we make. Made with real pieces of tender beef and savory mushrooms and onions in a creamy sauce, one bite will make you a believer. No longer do you need to waste time cleaning pots and pans after a meal. Simply add hot water and you'll have a delicious meal you can eat anywhere!
Who is Mountain House?
For nearly 50 years, Mountain House adventure meals have consistently been the premier choice of campers, backpackers, and survival experts. Born out of freeze dried meals we make for the United States Special Forces, Mountain House food has a proven history of reliability and most importantly, delicious flavor.
With just-add-water preparation and no-mess cleanup, Mountain House is not only the perfect camping or backpacking food, but also perfect for keeping on hand just in case of an emergency. Additionally Mountain House meals have incredible shelf life. With the longest proven shelf life in the industry and a guarantee to taste virtually indistinguishable from new for 12+ years in pouches and 25+ years in cans, Mountain House is the perfect emergency preparedness or survival food to keep on hand.
From the bottom of the deepest ocean, to the tops of the tallest mountains, to the battlefield and back, Mountain House is the food people trust when failure is not an option. Consistently chosen as the best tasting food among outdoor and survival brands, Mountain House is the best camping, backpacking and survival food money can buy.
Mountain House Meals are Perfect for:
Emergency Preparedness Camping Backpacking Hunting Fishing Travel Occasional Everyday Use
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Freeze dried food
107 people found this helpful.
I have been eating freeze dried foods for many years as I hiked the Appalachian Trail, the Long Trail and the Colorado Trail. There are some I like and some that I do not. I am now at the point where I only buy ones I have tried and like. This is one of my favorites. I should add that there are Beef Stroganoff entries and there are Beef Stroganoff entries with Noodles. I prefer the latter.
Great camping meal
55 people found this helpful.
I ordered two of these meals for my husband and I during our most recent camping trip. I’d forgotten how big these meals were! We cooked two of these (one for each of us) plus a side of MHM veggies; it more than filled my husband up and I couldn’t finish mine. I had to pass my leftovers to our buddy who was camping with us. As for my husband, he was full well before he finished his but “powered through” to finish it. As for the taste, it was delicious and a welcomed hot meal during our times in the woods.
Not bad at all
44 people found this helpful.
Where freeze dried foods are concerned, this stuff is pretty good. I keep a bunch of Mountain House packs around in case of hurricane or zombies or whatever, and occasionally I’ll just grab one of these out because I don’t feel like cooking anything. I’d probably do that more often, to tell the truth, but these are kind of pricey and I’m not really that lazy.
33 people found this helpful.
I used to use freeze-dried products when I canoe camped years (okay, maybe a couple of decades) ago in the BWCAW. It was pretty good stuff, but it was always camping food for me. Something to eat when the fresh stuff ran out.
Decent Meal Better Deal
18 people found this helpful.
Ate this on a five day hike in RMNP. Dehydrated food is what it is, but it’s pretty satisfying after hiking all day, Buying a #10 can is certainly cheaper than single serving pouches, plus pouring it into freezer ziplock bags takes up much less space in your bear canister. Best to go with beef over chicken or pork dishes, texture is better. Green beans were fair, scrambled eggs were a little gross.
22 people found this helpful.
I ordered only one of these to try it out before camping / a natural disaster would make me need it. My husband and I were pleasantly surprised. It tastes almost as good as my beef stroganoff from scratch! We just added hot water, resealed the pouch, waited a few minutes and dinner was served. I’ll definitely be purchasing more mountain house dry meals.
Good if you are using the whole can
17 people found this helpful.
This is good stuff. If you are using the entire can it’s the best meal in the dehydrated line (in our opinion).
Fan since I was a kid
15 people found this helpful.
Mountain House reminds me of backpacking with my dad when I was 10 through high school (I’m 28 now). So, when I convinced my girlfriend to come backpacking with me, I told her freeze-dried food was part of the experience and picked up a variety of these. While there are a few brands to choose from, Mountain House has always been the standard for me because:
Tastes pretty good
31 people found this helpful.
Was looking for something to put at the camp for a quick meal in a pinch. Decided I better try it before subjecting others to it. Followed the directions on the package and it turned out pretty good. I was a little bland, but salt and pepper fixed that up. One serving as measured would not be enough to fill up a normal american male, but two servings hit the spot and would surely get me by. I do worry that it recommends that it be consumed entirely within a week of opening. It’s good enough that I would keep it at work and eat it for lunch (not saying a lot as I will also eat Ramen Noodles for lunch occasionally). Not bad at all for something that I could bury in the yard and dig it up 15 years later and eat. I am only giving it 5 stars because the price is a little high.
So good I would eat it at home.
32 people found this helpful.
This stuff is actually good, not like good for being freeze dried, but definitely holds it’s own against hamburger helper. Just cook it longer than the directions say(about 13 minutes), and I add about 2 ounces more water.