Having lived in Hungary, this recipe should *NOT* be listed under Hungarian cuisine! This is basically an American recipe. True Hungarian Goulash has many more ingredients (including a Hungarian staple...paprika) and is more soup-like with an amazing broth.
Just like we had when we were kids! I used 2.25 lbs of beef and a lb of elbow turned out great! Will add a can of kidney beans next time!
Very good and filling! I always add some vegetables (usually carrots and green pepper) because otherwise it's a little too much meat, but this is a great base recipe. It has become part of our regular rotation. It also makes a TON of servings! I also leave out the garlic, because you can't even taste it.
I make this for the kids in my daycare center, and they can't get enough! I use garlic powder and dried onion and it tastes great. For very few ingredients, its big on taste!
When time counts, this recipe is a quick and easy one to make. As Samigirl, I also used 1 can of soup and added a can of diced tomatoes. I adopted this chef for the *PAC Spring 2008* game
This was great! I used a large, family-sized can of tomato soup instead of three small cans. I only put in half the onion, and totally forgot about the garlic! :) I will definately make this again and again. Thanks for an easy, tasty recipe!
This makes a ton!!! I only used one can of soup and a cup of diced tomatoes from the garden. It was fantastic, we fed 5 men one woman and a child and still had leftovers!
I added some mushrooms, it was great!
I added Velvetta and a tsp of chili powder. Very Yummy.