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This is an easy potluck recipe & even better the second day! Great to freeze for later too.
"Great and easy! Just like how my dad uses ro make. I substituted the soup for another 8oz can of tomato sauce and mixed with the pasta and a little bit of the leftover boiling water and it worked great. This is from now on going to be one of my go-tos for lazy dinners."- dentona89
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Brown meat & onion in non-stick skillet. Combine all ingredients (except macaroni) in large stock pan. Sauce should simmer for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Meanwhile bring a large pan of water to a boil and cook macaroni according to package directions. Drain & add to the sauce. Stir.
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crystle109 3 days 11 hours agoGreat recipe!! I added 1 can of soup. My very picky husband loved it!!! I'm so excited!!!
krichey 1 month agoVery tasty, I added a litle sweet paprika and simmered with 3 bay leaves
amygoostree 10 months agoGood but needs more spice. I added more salt, chile powder, and a little cumin to the dish.....yummy!
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ronda.anderson 1 year ago
flower3781 1 year agoDelicious
Zombiemassacre6 1 year agoUsed 4 cups of noodles. Didn't use tomato soup. Also, only one can of tomato sauce and 3 of diced tomatoes with green chilis. Used more seasonings than called for. Added shredded Cheddar and parmesan cheese. Turned out pretty good.
dawatha 1 year ago
Sara127 1 year agoLoved it!! And it is super easy to make! The whole family loved it!!
Brooklynbmg 1 year agoI wanted to like this recipe. I found that the sauce to noodle ratio was unbalanced - but even when I used 5 cups of pasta instead of 3, the noodles were still swimming in the sauce. It was more like soup. Perhaps I should have let the sauce simmer for more than 90 minutes...other than that, I followed this recipe exactly. I'm glad it came out well for others, but it did not for me
alyshataylor 1 year agoYummy and super easy to make. Wish I had some shredded cheese To put on top tho.. Next time!
IDSkyPilot 1 year agoExcellent recipe. Used smoked paprika and put 1/2 teaspoon of liquid smoke and a can of kidney beans instead of the second can of tomato sauce as we were out. Delicious. Kids were ecstatic!! Thank you!
Vegaskahuna 1 year agoLove this recipe! I do it in a crook pot. Throw everything except noodles in. Cook for 8-10hrs. Last half hour throw noodles in. If you want to save some, save just sauce and meat. Noodles in when re-heat
Bjannsky 2 years agoDidnt care for it at all...Doused it with ketchup to get through it .
dentona89 2 years agoGreat and easy! Just like how my dad uses ro make. I substituted the soup for another 8oz can of tomato sauce and mixed with the pasta and a little bit of the leftover boiling water and it worked great. This is from now on going to be one of my go-tos for lazy dinners.
Janelly1982 3 years agoMade this as a side dish the other night for my boyfriend. He loved it!! It's not true goulash, but it's a wonderful dish to make. Lots of flavor, easy to make, cheap. You can't go wrong with this one.
ronda.anderson 3 years agoMy husband really liked this dish, eating most of it the same night. He has been asking me to make it again ever since the first time I made it.
Luv2TryNewStuff 4 years agoThis is NOT german goulash!!!!! German goulash is made with beef, not ground beef... it also does not have tomato sauce or tomato soup in it!!! This is the AMERICAN version of goulash!!!!!
aliciajones 4 years ago