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Velveeta Goulash

Velveeta Goulash created by Marlene.

My mother made this when we were young and did not have a lot of money. You can alter this recipe to be more healthy (i.e. ground turkey, light velveeta, whole wheat pasta, etc).

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  • Boil noodles as package directs. Brown hamburger meat with onion and bell pepper. Drain. Add tomatoes and pasta. Sprinkle with oregano, salt and pepper. Layer casserole dish with meat mixture, noodles and cheese. Bake at 350 degrees until cheese melts.
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  1. whtbxrmom
    Everyone seemed to like it but DD liked it better without the cheese on top. I used a can of diced tomatoes with basil and oregano in them. I also used a little less tomato paste than the recipe called for.
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  2. Marlene.
    This was a good basic goulash that we enjoyed. I doubled the amount of noodles (I used ziti) and instead of a 2nd can of tomato paste I used a can of tomato sauce ... Good recipe! Made for Fall PAC '08
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  3. Marlene.
    This was a good basic goulash that we enjoyed. I doubled the amount of noodles (I used ziti) and instead of a 2nd can of tomato paste I used a can of tomato sauce ... Good recipe! Made for Fall PAC '08
    Reply
  4. Marlene.
    Velveeta Goulash Created by Marlene.
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  5. Jennifer G.
    My mother made this when we were young and did not have a lot of money. You can alter this recipe to be more healthy (i.e. ground turkey, light velveeta, whole wheat pasta, etc).
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