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I gave this recipe 3 stars. I made this for my families dinner. My newphew 6 and niece 8 really liked this soup. I thought this needed more like salt, pepper and garlic powder. I doubled the recipe when I made this except I didn't double the seasoning. The only changes I made were to cook the turkey first then I added the tomato soup. I cooked my elbows right in the soup so nI added a cup or 2 more water. Over all I'd make this again with some seasoning adjustments. Thanks for posting a good recipe! Christine (internetnut)
This was so easy and tasted great. I was waiting for my bread to bake and the liquid from the soup was absorbed into the noodles so I did add a cup of water mixed with beef bouillon granules. Great homemade soup fast and yummy! Thanks for posting!
We really enjoyed this and my husband called it a "definite keeper"! I used ground beef, frozen mixed veggies and beef broth in place of the water bkz I'm not a fan of tomato soup. It was great!
The weather is getting colder and I look for meals to cook that are heartier and just plain good. I tried this one and only made a couple slight changes. I doubled the recipe, as I have a roommate and friends who are always stopping by especially since it's the holiday season. I also added some rotel tomatoes for a little kick. It was really easy to make and very economical. The Goulash was Outstanding! I served it with hot garlic bread and some chunks of cheddar cheese and before I knew it the pot was almost empty. I WILL definately make this again. and again.
A DELICIOUS, easy soup. I thought I had NOTHING to cook my husband for lunch on his lunch break today until I found your recipe. This took barely any time to prepare and cook. I changed a few things to ensure there was enough for him, myself and our daughter. I added about 2 cups of macaroni, A pound of ground turkey, A whole can of corn, and since I didn't have any italian seasoning, I added a can of italian herbed diced tomatoes. I didn't have Parsley so for flavor I added tarragon, garlic salt, onion powder, seasoned salt, salt & pepper. This is great for a healthy lunch. Would be great with a grilled cheese sandwich, also. Thanks for the recipe! I will be making this often. We love it.
I have been craving goulash and thought this recipe would satisfy that craving. Well I was right. I used lean ground beef and canned corn because I had it on hand. This was so simple to prepare and I loved the fact that this recipe didn't produce a huge pot of soup. Thanks for posting. I am sure I will make this often. My doxie girls keen sense of smell went into overdrive while this soup was simmering!