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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Old Fashioned Goulash



    ingredients

    2 pounds lean ground beef
    2 large yellow onions, chopped
    3 cloves garlic, chopped
    3 cups water
    2 (15-ounce) cans tomato sauce
    2 (15-ounce) cans diced tomatoes
    2 tablespoons Italian seasoning
    3 bay leaves
    3 tablespoons soy sauce
    1 tablespoon House Seasoning, recipe follows
    1 tablespoon seasoned salt
    2 cups elbow macaroni, uncooked

    Directions

    In a Dutch oven, saute the ground beef over medium-high heat until no pink remains. Break up the meat while sauteing. Spoon off any grease. Add the onions and garlic to the pot and saute until they are tender, about 5 minutes. Add 3 cups water, along with the tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, Italian seasoning, bay leaves, soy sauce, House Seasoning, and seasoned salt. Stir well. Place a lid on the pot and allow this to cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Add the elbow macaroni, stir well, return the lid to the pot, and simmer for about 30 minutes. Turn off the heat, remove the bay leaves, and allow the mixture to sit about 30 minutes more before serving.
    Serve with garlic bread and a salad.



16 comments:

  1. Oh hey, check it out. This is neither old-fashioned, nor goulash (ie. gulyas).

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    1. from where I come from, this has always been called Beefaroni!!! Not like any Goulash I've ever made.

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  3. This is what we call it in the US. Not to be confused with Hungarian which uses beef cubes made in a sauce served over noodles.

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    1. I live in the US and I am from the South what does that have to do with this recipe?

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    3. When we were kids growing up this was calle dAmerican Chop Suey !!!

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  4. Fighting over a name???? Hey how does it taste, my family easts food not names.

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  5. it tastes great. Everybody's taste is different. Guess you have to make it to judge it. I give it and AA+

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  6. Where is the house seasoning recipe mentioned in the recipe?

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  7. Where is the house seasoning recipe mentioned in the recipe?

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  8. That's what my mom always called it and pretty much how she made it.

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  9. Although this sounds like it would be very good, the goulash I grew up in the mid-west with did not have any Italian seasonings, bay leaves or soy sauce? in it.This Sounds like spaghetti sauce with macaroni noodles.

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  10. It's called Johnny Marzetti!
    http://ohiothoughtsblog.blogspot.com/2013/03/johnny-marzetti-recipe-and-history.html

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