Goulash Recipe

by Carol Yost
(Las Vegas)

This is my family version of a goulash recipe:

1 pound elbow macaroni
2 pound ground round (ground turkey may be used)
1 large onion diced
1/2 small green pepper diced
2-3 tablespoons minced garlic (more or less to taste)
salt and pepper to taste
2 large cans of diced or stewed tomatoes in tomato juice

1. Brown ground meat with the onion, pepper and garlic.
2. Add canned tomatoes w/ juice (If you add extra tomato juice it makes it more juicy and improve the flavor )
3. Let simmer for about 1-2 hrs
4. Cook Macaroni

Here is the part that makes a big difference.

For 1 serving. Fill up a bowl half-way with the Macaroni, then put a layer of mozzarella shredded cheese Then fill the rest of the way up with the meat and sauce mixture . Let it sit for a minute for the cheese to melt. ENJOY!!

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Jun 13, 2013
thank you
by: Anonymous

good stuf forgot it for a while good filler thank you vern

Jan 20, 2012
DIFFERENT INGREDIENTS FOR GOULASH
by: Anonymous

I used potatoes (cut up in cubes) mixed veggies instead of macaroni

Oct 28, 2011
Goulash Lover
by: Anonymous

Carol, I added kidney beans and used cheddar cheese with your recipe as the base. The beans gave it a little extra that I enjoy.

Oct 24, 2011
my mom use to make this when i was little
by: sspano

Well I'm trying it to night. I'll let you know how it turns out. My mom use to make this when we was little it sounds almost like hers.

Oct 02, 2011
Delicious
by: Anonymous

Great and simple recipe.........I added 1 whole green pepper and a small can of tomato sauce.

Sep 15, 2011
This is just like what my grandma made
by: Becky

Stewed tomato, not paste, is the key to keeping it juicey!

Jun 21, 2011
Same last name...recipe has to be good
by: Brad Yost

Excellent recipe. I used it for a daily special at the Restaurant I cook at. Simple and delicious.

May 17, 2011
Very Good!
by: Crystal

This is an old childhood recipe that my mother used to make. It is delicious so thanks for posting!!!!

Mar 01, 2011
Awesome and easy recipe
by: Goulash recipe

THe Goulash recipe by Carol Yost was excellent! My first time making goulash this way and my family loved it, thank you! I did do one thing differently, I used two regular cans of stewed tomatoes instead of the large and one was basil, garlic and oregano in it. I also put them in the turbo bullet for a few seconds because my husband does not like tomatoes but it turned out wonderful to everyones liking!

Feb 21, 2011
Double yum!
by: Diane

Loved it! Made as directed but needed a little more tomato. I am making it again tonight but will add even more tomato..maybe tomato sauce. I will let you know how it comes out.

Dec 13, 2010
Really Good!
by: Tammy

I just tried this recipe last night and it was wonderful! I am not sure if I used the correct size can of tomatoes, so next time I will use the largest I can get. I used 14 oz. cans and I would have liked it a little saucier. I will definately use this again and again!!
Thanks for sharing!!!!

Oct 03, 2010
YES SIR
by: Anonymous

Just made this today, one modification is I added one can of tomato sauce and a lil bit of sugar, it is awesome!

Sep 11, 2010
Long Lost Goulash Recipe
by: pat

This recipe is just what I was looking for. I haven't made this dish in so long I had forgotten what all the ingredients were. This fits the bill. Thank you, pat

Sep 06, 2009
No thanks
by: Anonymous

This recipe wasn't very good at all.

Jan 14, 2009
Question
by: Anonymous

What size can of tomatoes?

Jun 09, 2008
I love Goulash
by: Anonymous

I had tried this goulash recipe before and my kids loved it.

Oct 23, 2007
Goulash a family recipe favorite
by: Soul Food Chef

Carol

Your recipe reminds me of many, many years past when my mother made a similar goulash recipe.

I look forward to trying out this hearty and wholesome recipe this winter.

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