Old Fashioned Goulash – The same American goulash recipe that you grew up with. A hearty recipe that the entire family can enjoy any night of the week.
I grew up in the Mid-West where old fashioned goulash was a staple. My mom made it all the time growing up, and it was something that she grew up with as well. It is one of those recipes that just keeps getting made generation after generation. Kind of like the homemade brownies recipe that I have had memorized since I was 8 years old.
This American goulash recipe is the one I grew up with. You cook everything on the stove top, and then bake until all the flavors come together and it gets bubbly and hot.
The theme for my cooking club recently was family favorites. It isn’t often that I actually play by the rules for cooking club, but this month I was fully on board for. And this beef goulash recipe was exactly what I made. And flourless chocolate cake, because that is one of my all time favorite desserts.
A few of the people in my cooking club grew up in the Mid-West as well, so they immediately knew what it was, and was excited that I brought it. When I was getting the recipe from my mom, she said that it was always served with saltine crackers with butter. I had totally forgotten about those crackers until she mentioned it!
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