Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 mins
When I was little my mom made this recipe a lot. It was during World War II and it was very inexpensive to prepare. I loved it. I guess you would call it a comfort food for me as I was always so happy when I asked, "What's for supper" and Ma answered, "Chop Suey". She never called it "American Chop Suey" except on her recipe card. It was always "Chop Suey". I can't believe that I haven't posted this as I still make it often. I guess I figured it wasn't fancy enough and everyone knew about it, but because I don't want to lose it, I am posting it now. You will have most the ingredients in your pantry and freezer--there are only five plus salt and pepper.
- Cook the macaroni till done, but not overdone.
- Heat a skillet and fry hamburg and onion will done.
- Add the tomato sauce and tomato soup; mix well.
- Add the marcaroni.
- Heat and serve.
this chop suey was deliousous. specially when i substituted hamburger with sausage. What a delight.
Thanks from one mainah to anothah
This is a great meal for kids. My kids say it is a clone of the chef boyardee sauce in their products and I can make this for pennies. Thanks for sharing this kid pleaser Mimi in Maine! ChefDLH
This dish is really good.....but it's Goulash......NOT CHOP SUEY.....where ever did this get on this sight.