Grandma's Goulash

"This is the wonderful goulash that my mother and grandmother make (a cheesy version)and yet another Southern dish that I grew up on. Its cheap, fulfilling, and easy to make."
 
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Grandma's Goulash created by Vicki in CT
Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cook elbow macaroni according to package directions and drain.
  • Brown hamburger meat with chopped onion.
  • Drain.
  • In large pot combine macaroni, hamburger meat, Rotel, Tomatoe sauce, corn, garlic, salt, and pepper.
  • Cut up Velveeta into cubs and add to pot.
  • Cover and cook on low stirring occasionally, until Velveeta is thoroughly melted.
  • If too thick for your liking, you may add milk by the ¼ cup until desired consistency, but it's supposed to be rather thick.
  • Serve with cornbread and pinto beans.

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  1. mlpdds
    Very good overall. I would omit the corn because of the noodles. Was a weird texture and flavor combo and also way too much starch, When we ate it, we wished the corn wasn't there. I added more cheese and milk, kinda dry without it. I'd make it again with some tweaking.
     
  2. Fawn Danielle W.
    My 22 month old daughter lover it. I use any ground meat i have and i add black beans. I serve it with corn bread its a family favorite. Very easy to make a head of time for those busy days
     
  3. Tearanii
    Awesome comfort food. My family loves this recipe and always asks when I will make it again. I do sub turkey for the hamburger meat and use mild rotel but that's the only change I make. Thanks for such a great recipe. Its a Keeper.
     
  4. Shelbyville Cook
    Hats off to Grandma! I didn't have any elbow macaroni so I substituted rotini. I'm not sure this is a southern dish, but it is certainly a keeper. It makes enough to feed quite a few.
     
  5. Vicki in CT
    Fabulous comfort food. I subbed sausage for the hamburger and omitted the corn, salt, and pepper. I used extra hot rotel and reduced fat velveeta and it was excellent.
     

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