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On the Menu -- Goulash


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I had a request for this recipe. If you need a recipe, need advise / help organizing a party, recipe ingredient substitution, or just want to 'share' a cooking story, I'm here.

 

 

Goulash Recipe:

 

 

2 pound Lean ground beef

4 cloves Garlic, minced (or 2 teaspoons store-bought minced garlic)

2 large Sweet onions, minced

1 pound Elbow macaroni

2 cans Tomato soup

2 cans Diced tomatoes

1 teaspoon Salt (or to taste)

1/2 teaspoon Pepper (or to taste)

 

 

 

In a skillet saute the onions and garlic in a little butter or oil until translucent.

 

Add ground beef and brown.

 

While the beef is browning, boil the water for the elbow macaroni, following the package directions.

 

When ground beef is done, drain any fat and return to skillet.

 

Add the tomato soup and diced tomatoes; heat through.

 

When the pasta is done, drain well and add to the soup/meat mixture. Combine well.

 

Add black pepper and salt, to taste.

 

A salad and garlic bread will make nice accomplishments to this meal.

 

 

Makes 8 servings.

 

 

 

 

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Thanks, pal.

 

I don't cook much.. only things that are super easy. This looks good and easy. My stylse.. Again, thanks.

I'll try it the beginning of next week and report back how my guys like it(Hubby and Son)

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hey chefdanny:

 

do you have any vegetarian food recipe easy and quick, I would like to try some of ur recipe on my family but we r vegetarians.

 

cheers,

asha

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Hi Asha:

 

Vegetarian recipes 'ey. Well, let me suggest the following. Under the 'title bar' at the top, is a white space where you can 'type' in recipe names. Just type in Vegetarian Recipes and 'hit' enter. I just 'did a search and I came up with 63,067 different sites to look at.

 

Also, being a vegetarian, I'm not sure what type you are. A 'full-fledged' vegetarian, where you eat no meat, nothing that comes from an animal or fowl (meaning milk/milk products or eggs) or if you eat some or all the products, but NO meat. I think by doing a recipe search, you can 'pick and choose' what your family would like or dislike.

 

I hope I have answered your question. In the meantime .......................

 

 

Keep on Cookin'

 

Chef Denny

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