Looking for the recepie for gulash
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Author:  slbartlett01 [ Sat Jun 23, 2007 12:08 pm ]
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OK I know I spelled it wrong. But if anyone out there has a recepie for gulash I would appreciate it if you could share it with me. Thanks

Author:  pamperedsherri [ Tue Jun 26, 2007 8:35 pm ]
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We grew up making it a couple different ways. One with Noodles and the other with potatoes.

Noodles - Fix basically like spaghetti. – Boil your noodles (We use elbow), in separate pan brown your hamburger (can add ½ sausage), drain grease, put in jar sauce or make your own. We always added 1 can of stewed tomatoes (with juice), simmer on low heat stirring occasionally. After it’s heated up, drain the noodles and add the hamburger/sauce mixture to your noodles. We usually finish it off, by adding a cup or so of parmesan cheese to the top and baking it until it’s melted. (Can be eaten without the extra oven time, but it’s really YUMMY.)

Potatoes – fix the same sauce, but instead of the noodles, skin and cut potatoes in long slices (cut straight across the top / not down). Boil them with a little salt until their soft, but not mushy. Mix them in the same place as you would the noodles. (We don’t usually do the extra oven cooking with potatoes.)

We heat up a loaf of French bread with garlic and butter OR do the really cheap quick way and toast a slice of bread, add butter and sprinkle on a little garlic powder.

YUMMY! Good luck!

Author:  slbartlett01 [ Wed Jun 27, 2007 9:07 am ]
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Thank you very much.

Author:  cowboy [ Sat Nov 10, 2007 8:20 am ]
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Dad's Famous Goulash - kids will drive for hours to get it

Brown ground beef 1-2 lbs , with 1/2 to 1 cup chopped onion
Add cup of chopped celery
add chopped carrots and can add green beans
garlic cloves or about a teaspoon of garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon of kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon of coarse pepper
tomato sauce , about a big can and a medium can or any combination of fresh or diced / stewed
about 3/4 teaspoon of italian spices
Get the dish where you have ample sauce to absorb the macaroni
Add cooked macaroni
mix and cover with cheese of choice

Use all fresh veggies and don't over cook so they stay a little crisp

Author:  lanna [ Thu Nov 15, 2007 2:39 am ]
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don't forget the green peppers

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