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Old 09-21-2002, 10:05 AM
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The honest to goodness goulash is called Hungarian Goulash and it has a brown gravy and chunks of round steak or chuck.

Our version was whatever was in the refrigerator and pantry. Usually it was browned ground beef, onions, garlic and celery. Sometimes I use tomato sauce or tomato soup; spaghetti sauce (flavored) is good. Anything tomato works. I simmer all that for about an hour and then add cooked noodles, not macaroni. At the end I add a can of baby peas. It never turns out the same, but it is always good!
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