Classic Goulash Recipe
This stove top version of classic American beef goulash makes an easy one-pot meal for the whole family.
This version of the classic American beef goulash recipe makes an easy one-pot meal for the whole family.
Whether you are looking for traditional Hungarian goulash or American goulash made with hamburger and macaroni, we have all the recipes you need right here!
This one-pot cafeteria-style goulash is a comforting mix of ground beef, macaroni, and a seasoned tomato sauce.
This recipe turned out well. Instead of ground beef, we used ground turkey. We added about 1 cup of corn kernels too (like Grandma used to do!). Delicious!
This is delicious! It is near identical to a Paula Deen goulash recipe that I have been making for a few years. It is also easy to make as the noodles are added uncooked. The main difference it appears between this and that recipe of hers, that I use, is it looks like the ingredients here are doubled, so this recipe here will feed a lot! And, this recipe here uses tomato sauce and diced tomatoes and that one uses an equal amount of crushed tomatoes. Either way, Mid-western style goulash is a favorite in my home!
To Babs2574 - Yes, this can be frozen. Make sure the batch has completely cooled by using a ice bath method. Put the goulash in a deep pan, like a pressure cooker, and fill up the sink with cold water. Put ice in the water to cool faster. You must stir the goulash frequently to get it to cool in the middle of the pan. Date and freeze in freezer proof containers or freezer bags. Just remember to only cook the macaroni about halfway thru, or it will be mushy, as the 2nd cooking will finish it.