This take on Hungarian goulash, a hearty beef and noodle recipe, uses picante sauce for the tomato base, adding an extra layer of flavor to a fast, filling meal. Seasoned ground beef and tender macaroni noodles simmer in a creamy, savory tomato sauce, then get a sprinkle of cheddar cheese just before serving so it all melts together in one skillet. With all the flavors kids love, it’s sure to be a family favorite.
cost per recipe: $5.48
Cook and drain the macaroni according to the package directions. While the macaroni is cooking, season the beef with salt and pepper. Cook the beef and Italian seasoning in a 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat until browned, stirring often to separate meat. Pour off any fat.
Add the soup, picante sauce and cooked macaroni to the skillet. Cook until the mixture is hot, stirring occasionally. Season to taste. Sprinkle with the cheese and serve hot.
shane to call it Goulash
Goulash a delicious and very typical hungarian dish. Nothing to do with this variation of "maccaroni & cheese"
I firmly believe it is a lack of respect to call this
(otherwise easy dish) Goulash.
This is NOT Goulash.
This is Hamburger Mushroom Macaroni and Cheese
Was really good add a few extras mushrooms,mixed peppers and a can of tomatoes
Quick and easy.
I was searching the site for something to make with what I already had on hand and only knew that I wanted beef. I found this recipe and thought I'd give it a try. I didn't have the celery or oregano but everything still had good flavor. My only issue is that it wasn't spicy enough. Plenty of leftovers for one person too which I love.
Quick and Easy...
I've been making these tasty favorite for many years. Some of my friends don't eat beef, so I use 2 chicken breasts in its place. Still tasty and the calories even drop down a bit. :)
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