Beef Cubes in Sour Cream Recipe

Beef Cubes in Sour Cream Recipe 

Beef Cubes
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Beef Cubes in Sour Cream Recipe is a quick and easy recipe.  It is also very delicious! What will it look like when you put all the ingredients together?   Why not be surprised?  


  • 2 lbs. cubed beef
  • 2 medium onions, sliced
  • 1/2 c. sour cream
  • 2 Tbsp. grated cheese
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 c. water
  • 1/4 tsp. pepper


Roll meat in flour; brown in hot fat.  Add onion.   Combine remaining ingredients; pour over meat. Finally, cover tightly and cook slowly until tender, about two hours.

Makes 6 servings. 

Beef Cubes
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Lesson for Today:   Teach your child simple multiplication?  First of all, teach them addition.   Ask them what is 2 plus 2.   Hopefully, they say 4.   

Now step up a notch.   For example, teach your child repeat addition.  Ask them what is 2 plus 2 plus 2.  If it helps draw pictures of 3 sets of 2 beef cubes in each set.  As a result they will say six. 

Furthermore, now start simple multiplication.   First of all, ask them how many sets of beef cubes do they see in that repeated addition.  They should say three.  Tell them to write the number 3.   Now ask them how many beef cubes in each  set.  They should say 2.   Tell them to write x 2 after the 3 to get 3 x 2.  

As a result, ask your child what the answer is.  If they don’t know, tell them to count the number of beef cubes in all sets.   They should say 6.   Furthermore, tell them since there are three sets with two cubes in each set that is the simple multiplication equation.   3 x 2 = 6  Explain that simple multiplication is repeated addition.   The number of sets is one digit and the number of beef cubes in each set make up the simple multiplication equation.   The answer is called the product.  

Note:  Do the same with 2 sets of 3 beef cubes.   For example, change the number of sets and number of beef cubes in each set as your child is comprehending basic simple multiplication.