7 Reviews

So good! We left out the mushrooms, and added garlic (3 minced cloves), and some fresh basil. We also used fire roasted tomatoes instead of Rotel. This will be a recipe we will make often.

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Kohtzy October 23, 2010

Good, simple recipe. However I added caraway and lots of garlic, along with some extra veggies I needed to use up.

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Pantry MacGyver January 03, 2009

This recipe was wonderful! I used stewed tomates instead of tomato sauce and simmered it a little longer...it was delicious! I will be making this again. Thanks for the post!

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clarki January 25, 2008

Regardless of what it's called this is a wonderful recipe which my wife and i enjoyed this past weekend. Thanks for posting.

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Bluenoser January 21, 2008

This is just how I remember my mom making it. Regardless of the name or labeling of it,its a great recipe. Maybe the name has something to do with the region in which it is served, in the midwest, its Goulash, plain and simple. Great job! P.S. you need the Rotel to liven it up, with just the tomatoes it's somewhat bland.

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#20stewartfan August 25, 2007

Whatever you want to call this, it is reall good! I have made a couple of Goulash recipes from zaar, and I founf the rotel tomotoes to really perk this dish up! I used elbow mac cuz I had it on hand, and stuck it in the oven to melt the cheese. This was really good. Thanks for a good idea!

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Christy Sowers February 20, 2007

Goulash is a soup. not a stew nor a pasta dish. your labeling is incorrect

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Hanuman December 14, 2005
Goulash