4 Reviews

Nice goulash recipe. My 13 month old loved it and that is huge :) I had 1.5 lbs of ground beef, so I used a whole bag of whole wheat pasta (16oz), and increased the corn to about 1.5 cups and added a teaspoon of Italian seasoning. I also used Trader Joe's tomato soup per a previous poster's review and am glad I did - I think it added a sweeter, less acidic flavor than a tomato sauce. Next time I might season the ground beef with Lawry's or similar and increase the garlic to 3 or 4 cloves to add to the flavor. Thanks!

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lolablitz November 30, 2009

This recipe is very aptly named. It is both quick and tasty. I used a can of diced tomatoes with garlic, basil and oregano in place of the can of whole tomatoes. Since the can of tomatoes already had the herbs in it, I omitted the basil and oregano. I only used the green pepper because I didn't want too much peppers in it. I also used medium shells because that was what I had on hand. The end result was delicious. I think this would also be good over rice. Made for PAC Fall 2008.

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Crafty Lady 13 September 16, 2008

Wonderful! I added celery and zucchini and used fresh tomatoes and Trader Joes Tomato Soup instead of sauce. I paired it with cornbread so I omitted the pasta. My two year old gobbled it up! Thanks for such a quick and healthy meal for my family!

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Motivated Mama August 05, 2008

Very good! My husband liked it, but my niece turned her nose up to it. I think the veggies scared her away (she is a very picky 8-year-old). I found it to be way better than the goulash I grew up eating! I made a full batch, but froze half for later use (minus the pasta). I did leave out the corn (I served it on the side instead) and used only 1/2 an onion. Everything else stayed the same.

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Lisa525 June 26, 2007
Deb's Quick & Tasty Goulash OAMC