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    I made this recipe up. The spaetzle I use is a brand called Maggi. It comes in a yellow box. Since this site will not let me post it I will put it here so please ignore the cup amount for the spaetzle listed in the ingredient list. Also I buy the package of pre cleaned and sliced mushrooms as well but I listed a round about number of how much I would add if buying them individually. My husband loves this recipe because it reminds us of when we went to Germany and had goulash and spaetzle for dinner one night at a pub.

    Recipe #457666

    I changed this recipe to not be so bland. The lady that gave me this was a mother of 6 and made lots of casseroles in bulk. The recipe should make enough for at least four people. The ingredients that I have listed are the ones that I most commonly use to make this. I sometimes make the potatoes from scratch so that I can add more flavor to them. I make this for just my fiancee and I and we have at least two or three meals off one pan. If you have any suggestions feel free to tell me.

    Recipe #319602


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