Southern Pinning’s quick Goulash Soup
I can remember as a child, my grandmother would put a big pot of what she called Goulash soup on the wood stove and let it simmer all day long! The smell would reach outside and along with some good ole cornbread, it was a complete meal! Recently I threw together some ingredients I had on hand to make a great goulash and wanted to share! This is easy and so good.
1 pound ground beef
half onion diced
1 can tomato sauce
1 can rotel (mild /medium or plain diced tomatoes)
Packet of Lipton’s cup of soup (flavor of your choice)
3 cans water (more if you want it thinner)
dash of seasoning salt and garlic salt
1 small bag of egg noodles (or elbow, your choice –we use egg and half if it’s a big bag)
1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
dash of Italian seasoning
Salt/Pepper To Taste
Filler options –can of black eyed peas or veggie of your choice
Brown ground beef and onion –drain. Mix all ingredients above in large pot and stir until mixed thoroughly. After about 10 minutes turn onto medium to low heat and let simmer about 25/30 minutes. Stir occasionally. Let stand for about 15 minutes before serving. Recipe can be doubled for a larger family. Refrigerate left overs.
Recipe above makes about six servings.
Serve with your favorite bread or crackers. Get creative and top with your favorite shredded cheese & sour cream ~Enjoy
Thanks for visiting! ~Mish 🙂