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American Goulash (One-Pot Beef & Macaroni) – Food Wishes ctm magazine



Learn how to make an American Goulash recipe! This American goulash recipe doesn’t have much in common with its Hungarian namesake, except for the most important thing; they’re both incredibly delicious! Visit https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2019/08/american-goulash-just-like-non.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this easy American Goulash recipe!

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29 Comments

  • wrx248 on August 13, 2021

    I had to make some changes. I added diced gr. bell pepper and beef stock instead of chicken. I used 93% gr. beef and never achieved dry bottom status. I don't know how you did. Also I went with 28 oz crushed tomatoes and 15oz pizza sauce. I did not want it to taste like spaghetti. I love it and I feel you can make it your own.

  • Linda Watson on August 17, 2021

    Your dishes always look so pretty and awesome!!!!!

  • Helen Lawrence on August 18, 2021

    My mom made goulash but added a can of mixed veggies to bulk it up, she had 9 kids to feed. We ate it with homemade tortillas. I will make this version. Thanks chef John

  • Dr. P on August 28, 2021

    My school called it Beefaroni. LOL. I didn't like it then—but I know I would love Chef John's!

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  • Christina Cyrus on August 30, 2021

    Well I'll be damned, this is what I used to cook for my kids many, many years ago! I thought I made it up! They now cook it for their kids. Wait till I send this video to them.

  • Matt B on September 2, 2021

    This is basically Chilimac

  • LisaPawz on September 9, 2021

    I just made this today and it was…. excellent! It had so much flavor and I'm actually surprised I made a dish as amazing as this. I used Beef broth instead of chicken, and added in green bellpeppers and it was so good.

  • HM Trimworks on September 11, 2021

    How about some red or white wine in there

  • Phil Bauer on September 14, 2021

    My grandmother made this in the 1970s, but she used medium pasta shells and added peas at the end. Because she was not into spices, I'm sure salt and pepper were likely the only spices she used.

  • DirtBiker Guy on September 18, 2021

    Chef John, you have no idea how happy and relieved you made me when you thumb wiped that spot of sauce from the brim of the bowl. It was all I could focus on and think about the second it happened.

  • franz009franz on October 1, 2021

    Never knew this existed. as a german this is more like a combinatino of goulash and bolognese to me 😀

  • Kevin Gouldrup on October 2, 2021

    Lmao…flatula!

  • Gilbert’s La la land on October 3, 2021

    That made my mouth water …
    I’m seriously going to make this , Thank you .

  • Stephanie Summerill on October 12, 2021

    Yummy thank you so much <3 We can't get enough of this !! and I'm Hungarian <3

  • carrie Martinez on October 16, 2021

    We used t BEG my Gramma Lucy to make this, always paired with buttered white bread!!! Your recipe is almost exactly like hers, except she added a teaspoon of sugar to hers!!! I’m going to have to make this, brings back the BEST memories!!!!

  • Achi Aschaffenburg on October 17, 2021

    0% Goulash. 100% Bolognese

  • S on October 28, 2021

    Ahhhh I camt stand the way you talkkkkkkk

  • Spencer Brown on October 29, 2021

    Always awesome!!!!

  • Brian M on November 16, 2021

    666k views.. it's the devil's goulash

  • Rwc on November 18, 2021

    I make this with half Italian sausage and add bell peppers, mushrooms and kidney beans. It's the absolute best winter meal. Serve it with a spoon of sour cream.

  • Ana Cristina Reymundo on November 18, 2021

    I loved this dish as a kid. I learned how to make it at 16 from a wonderful Texan nurse named Louella. She called it Irish Slum Gullion. It had Worcestershire sauce. It became a family favorite. Haven’t had it in ages. I’m going to make it tomorrow. Thank you 🙏🏼

  • truth frees on December 2, 2021

    Mozzarella goes great as well!

  • Ben Sebaugh on December 5, 2021

    I'll add my .02 cents since I'm making it tonight.
    I just use thyme instead of Italian herbs but do use bay leaf, and no marinara.
    The same method but a little smoked paprika along with a LOT of regular paprika and I use bell pepper, celery, onion, and carrot.
    Bell pepper and carrot go in last along with tomato which is canned whole and V8, celery and onion go in just like he did with the ground beef since they take longer.
    Tabasco sauce is a background flavor, just a little splash after the 30 minute sauce cook and a little brown sugar to balance the tomato.
    His method is the key point vs. others that throw the pasta in to cook too early.
    Oh and Worcestershire sauce is fine as is soy but I like Maggi Wurste a little better.

  • phish pua on December 10, 2021

    Just want to say….. You are hands down best cooking channel ever. Period, I have been a chef and worked in the food industry for 15 years now. You are the best …

  • Barbara Geddis on December 14, 2021

    This is the version I remember in high school…

  • Mark Letusarius on December 15, 2021

    Hello chef John.
    I made this for my wife twice and it was a blast. Thank you so much.
    Second time I added carrot, celery and some panceta to the onion in the beggining. Ten minutes into cooking it I added diced green bell pepper. And at the end I added sauted swiss brown mushrooms. It was amazing. Only the mushrooms were unnecesary. Everything else made it a step above.
    Thank you so much John

  • Joey Justafoulo on December 29, 2021

    It shouldn't be considered a goulash, just a stovetop casserole. Goulash comes from Hungary and totally different. Looks edible though. Nice try.

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