Mom's Goulash- Awesome!! Feed an Army W/ 3 Cheap Ingredients

"Tomato soup goulash: It's easy and takes NO time to make!! This has fed a family of 4 boys and me with enough for seconds!!"
 
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Ready In:
17mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • While water is boiling for noodles cook and drain ground beef.
  • Add large can of soup to cooked and drained noodles.
  • Mix in meat.
  • EAT and get STUFFED!
  • Use the small can for leftovers- Or add to taste. Double the recipe for larger families.

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Reviews

  1. BeccaB3c
    This was perfect for a quick and easy dinner. I just used the 26 ounce can of tomato soup (condensed), and I added the salt and pepper and onion to the ground beef when I cooked it. However, I did have to add pepper at the table to give this some more flavor. I thought this was decent- I did eat a ton and get stuffed! But, my brother really didn't care for it. I always feel bad when there is someone at the table who basically goes without a good meal because of me! Since I thought it was ok, I give it a 4. It fed the 6 of us, and that is because I had sooo much! Thanks!
     
  2. Kristen G.
    Great, easy, cheap and customizable. Will make again.
     
  3. clowneygirl
    I love this stuff. I grew up on it. The only difference is my mom used elbow macaroni and added dark red kidney beans. So good, easy, and cheap.
     
  4. Berdie
    I added some minced garlic, onion powder, salt and pepper to the meat as it was cooking. My hubby loved it! It was so easy and inexpensive to make. Thanks for posting! I will be making this tasty meal again.
     
  5. cookinmama3
    This was quite good to be so simple. Will make again!!
     
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Tweaks

  1. Kristen G.
    Added basil, oregano, thyme, pepper, garlic, and chopped onions to the soup.
     
  2. K Kraft
    Instead of the tomato soup, I used 1 jar of spaghetti sauce and a can of diced tomatoes. I tried it another time like this with a different shape of pasta and it wasn't nearly as good as it was with the rotini.
     

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