Monday, April 18, 2016
A goulash can be just about any mixture you want. This is an easy mix that produces a nice sweet touch one pot meal. If you wish, add ground black pepper to taste.
Avoid the temptation to add more flavors. This is balanced just fine and can be easily remembered in a hurry.
½ lbs ground beef
¼ lbs sausage
½ cup onion chopped
1 pkg frozen corn
1 can stewed tomatoes
½ half & half
¼ box of elbow macaroni
Chop the onion. In a skillet over medium heat start to cook the sausage, breaking it apart. After 4 minutes, add the ground beef. After another 4 minutes add the onions. Stir well to brown the beef. Let that cook together for about 9 minutes covered.
While that cooks, microwave the package of corn for half the amount of time listed on the box, usually about 3 to 3:30 minutes. Open the can of stewed tomatoes, do not drain.
When the 9 minutes are up on the ground beef, add the ¼ box of uncooked pasta.
Now pour in the corn with its sauce and the stewed tomatoes with their juice. Stir this together, cover and reduce the heat. Let that simmer and cook for 25 minutes.
After that time, add the ½ cup of half & half. Stir that in and cover. For another 5 minutes to make sure the pasta is done and the mixture is creamy.
Slave heated up some left over green beans as a side. This is a wonderful one pot meal. And so much better for you than a boxed “helper” meal loaded with salt.
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Posted by socialslave at 7:36 PM