Saturday, December 7, 2013

Southwestern Goulash

Oh, I know what you're thinking...
there are soooo many recipes out there for Goulash.

Well, guess what?
Here's another one!

But, this one is made a little bit different.
This has a southwestern flare....with a little zip in the flavor!

And it's so simple to make.

Southwestern Goulash

1 lb ground beef
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp chili powder
1 can diced tomatoes w/ green chilis, do not drain
1 can diced tomatoes, do not drain
1 cup frozen corn, thawed
2 cups macaroni, uncooked
1 cup mexi-blend cheese

Cook macaroni according to package directions, drain.
Brown ground beef, drain.
Add cumin and chili powder and stir until combined.
Add diced tomatoes and corn.
Cook over medium heat, until heated through.

Add macaroni. Turn burner to medium-low and cover.
Cook for 10 - 15 minutes.

Top with cheese and serve!



  1. I haven't thought about goulash for a long time -- on this cold snowy day --it looks mighty comforting.... yum

  2. I wish I had my moms from the 50s-60s didnt have much eas plan but good..I know it had can tomatoes .hamburger. and she put sugar in it and I dont know what else.I would love to know

  3. My mom put ketchup in her's. There were six of us kids so it had to go around. No one could make it like her.

  4. I make it also and everyone loves it. I put dry Onion soup mix in my hamburger after cooking it. This is my recipe: 1lb ground chuck, 1pkg onion soup mix, 1 large can diced tomatoes, half a can of water, dry Parmesan cheese, macaroni noodles, garlic powder (onions and green peppers optional). Cook your hamburger, drain grease, put on simmer,add all ingredients except noodles. Boil noodles (don't overcook them) drain and put back into dutch oven. Mix hamburger mixture into noodles. DONE........its yummy.

  5. I bet this would be awesome if you added chili beans!


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