Old fashioned goulash

The old goulash recipe is the one I grew up with. You cook everything on the stove, then cook until all the flavors come together and it's bubbly and warm. It goes by a million different names, but in Minnesota, that's what we call it.

This recipe is completely different from the rest of the world. This is a beef noodle dish with lots of tomato. Depending on which part of the United States you originated from, this is also called Chop Suey or Slumgullion.

If you're trying to stretch your food budget, goulash is a great option. One pound of ground beef can span multiple servings when combined with pasta and a rich tomato sauce. It has become a popular standard for many, not only for flavor, but also for convenience and affordability.

Since most of this recipe can easily be stored in my pantry, it's often the recipe I decide to whip up at the last minute when I don't feel like doing anything else. It's even super easy for my teenage son to make this for us when it's his weekend dinner.


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