Mar 11, 2009

Goulash Recipe




After showing a picutre of my grandma's goulash in my Project365 post on Sunday, some of you asked me to share the recipe. So here it is! This was one of my favorite meals growing up. I hope you enjoy it.

Ground Beef
Chopped Onion
Garlic Powder, Salt, Pepper to taste
2 Cans Tomato Sauce (plus 1 can water)
2 Cans Corn
2 Cans Sliced New Potatoes

Brown the ground beef with onion and seasonings. Add remaining ingredients. Cover and simmer on low heat for about 20 minutes. Enjoy.




Edie

Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind ~ Luke 10:27

16 comments:

Chatty Kelly said...

Yummy! Hearty & delish. I love soups & stews. Unfortunately I can't get the rest of the family on board. I usually make a pot of something and have it for lunch during the week.

Hugs!

B His Girl said...

I have the same issues as Kelly with some stews and soups with my family. My kids don't like seafood and it is all around me. It is my favorite. One day they will realize what they turned their nose up to is delicious. I need to see your pics. Missed that post. B

Sharon said...

Yummmmmm I love stuff like this, hubby not real crazy, but I get my bowls out and stick in the freezer this way I can even have for lunch.
YUMMMM
thanks for sharing
have a beautiful day

Yolanda said...

Looks yummy as we are having a cold day today!

From the Heart said...

Sounds great. I like soups also. I'm having to stay away from fatty foods and eat foods with potassium. Sometimes you just can't please the doctors.

Thanks for your comment. I'm glad you liked my journey down memory lane.

Thanks for your prayers.
We are trying to do better me with foods and my husband is doing better also.
Luv u,
AliceE.

Debra said...

Edie-this looks fabulous, and I'm making it for supper for my two guys. They will love it!
Thanks for passing it on!
Love, Debra

Esthermay said...

THANK YOU!
I had to make a post-it and stick it up on my monitor so as to not forget. I've really been trying lately to make delicious "budget" meals. I think this fits. :-)
btw -- the shaped pancakes are made with a set of mold I got from AVON.
Have a great day!
~esthermay

Daphine said...

THANK YOU so much for sharing this. I will make this over the weekend! I have never made goulash before....so I am really excited! Thanks again!

I hope that you are having a great week so far!

My ADHD Me said...

I need to get with Kelly and make a pot of this.
She wrote that she loves soups and stews but her family isn't too into them....it is the same way over here.
Maybe we'll make a pot and split it!

Debra said...

Just had to let you know-you were the talk of our kitchen table for this recipe! We all loved it. I added some of my homemade pesto to it, but it would have been excellent just as you wrote it (I'm always trying out something different!)
Anyway-this is very good-take it from 3 very full people!
Love ya!
Debra

Shabby Olde Potting Shed said...

Hey girl,
I've never had potatoes n corn in my goulash before. INTERESTING and looks very yummy!

Love the pics of Tobi down a few posts... what a wonderful dog.
L

Irritable Mother said...

Oh my goodness. I haven't thought of Goulash in a long time!

When I was in the fifth grade I was in a bicycle accident which involved skidding across the ground on my face and swallowing lots of blood and dirt in the process. I was at home afterwards, getting "sick" frequently.
On one of those occassions my friend came into my room to check on me, while everyone else was eating dinner, and he hollered down the stairs, "She's throwing up blood and dirt again!" Apparently everyone looked at their dinner then and stopped eating. Goulash was on the menu that night...Wonder why no one requested that dish again???

ATTIC CLUTTER said...

Oh EDIE~~ YUMMY looking goulash (:)
thanks on the lambs of God (:) hugs, Patty

Debra said...

Edie,

HELLO....Goulash that has potatoes in it....count me in!!! I think potatoes should be their own food group! lol

This looks yummy, my friend. How are ya?

Big big hugs to you!

Marla said...

This looks like great comfort food. Thanks for praying for me Edie.

debrah said...

Just dropped by to say Hi and as see,as always, you are cooking up something good over. Have a Blessed Week-End.
In His Love,
Be Blessed,
Debrah