Today I have a recipe post for you! The weather is getting chilly and it’s time to stock up on some comfort food recipes. This is actually my grandma’s recipe that she so kindly gave me. I have loved her goulash since I was little and still do to this day. It’s one of those foods that is amazing left-over, which is perfect for harvest season. Honestly, it’s almost better the second day. To top it all off, it’s super easy to make and on budget.
I would say about 6
3/4 box of Large Elbow Macaroni
1 can of Tomato Soup (10 3/4 oz)
1 can of Stewed Tomatoes (14.5 oz)
1 pound of ground beef
Salt & Pepper
Place water and noodles into pot, turn burner on high, and let heat until boiling (continually stir the noodles throughout this process so the noodles don’t stick)
Put thawed out ground beef into skillet and begin to brown.
Drain the fat during the browning process or after
After fat has been drained and meat has been browned, turn skillet onto low setting
Stir stewed tomatoes and tomato soup into skillet for 3-5 minutes
Once water has boiled and noodles are cooked to your liking, drain the water
Stir in the meat, tomato soup, and stewed tomatoes with the noodles in the pot.
Add ketchup (your preference of how much) and stir it into the pot
Sprinkle salt and pepper for taste
Note: I’m not a fan of how large stewed tomatoes are so I cut them up into smaller pieces