Bobby's Goulash

Bobby's Goulash created by NorthwestGal

This is a Paula Deen recipe from Good Housekeeping magazine. I scribbled it down in the doctor's office on the back of a receipt and it looks really good.

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  • Cook the beef, drain.
  • Add onions and garlic. Saute for about 10 minutes.
  • Stir in everything else BUT the macaroni.
  • Heat to boiling, simmer 20 minutes.
  • Stir in macaroni, heat to boiling. Simmer 20 minutes.
  • Remove from heat and let sit for 30 minutes.
  • I'd be curious to see if the macaroni got overdone with these cooking/sitting times. I think that I'd check it after that last 20 minute simmer. Also, I'm not sure about the measurements for the alternative house seasoning. That's what the magazine said, but I bet it will need more than 1/2 teaspoons of each.
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"This is a Paula Deen recipe from Good Housekeeping magazine. I scribbled it down in the doctor's office on the back of a receipt and it looks really good."

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  1. denisehagy
    How do I access recipes that are “added to my board”.
  2. Diane J.
    Made this and was really very good. Only thing I would do next time is to cook the noodles separate. I only cooked it with the macaroni for 10 minutes. It just seemed starchy. Didn't like the texture.
  3. Host Mom
    I made this and did adjust the seasonings-to my taste.I put the macaroni in and covered it,so it cooked the way I liked in 20 minutes,while it was simmering.(I don't like mine squishy) If you add other veggies,like peppers,add to the step at the beginning and saute.I like olive oil for sauteing. This is a great recipe and I appreciate you sharing! Thanks!
  4. Connie L.
    Made this for dinner tonight and it was a big hit. My husband and I loved it!
  5. Bliss
    I cut the recipe in half, and followed some comments of others: I used one bay leaf and used maybe 1 tbs. of soy (and that was quite enough, and I love soy). The macaroni was mostly cooked maybe 10 min. before it was time to cut it off, and had a good taste. I am now waiting for the last 20 min. as stated, but I can't imagine anything will change. Very good. I may add a little more salt the next time, or just use plain salt and not seasoning salt. I did cook my garlic and onions with the ground beef in the beginning, and added a little salt to the meat then.
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