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Finally! The Secret To Great Goulash Is Revealed!
It may vary a bit from the traditional recipe, but this goulash by Paula Deen is yummy for people of all ages, good for your next potluck or for a nice family meal. It requires minimal prep (maybe 15 minutes’ worth) and cooks in about an hour and a half. What the Crock-Pot offers in convenience and versatility, a solid, well-seasoned Dutch oven offers in style, durability, and quality of cooking. For those one-pot meals that require a moderate to high amount of heat, you can’t go wrong with a Dutch oven.
It holds the heat well and distributes it evenly, making your job as cook quite a bit easier than it otherwise would be. My Dutch oven has been in my mother’s family for several generations and is still going strong.
I can’t say that I have ever had goulash in it before now, though–at least not that I can remember. When I came upon this recipe, I figured, why not give it a try? Hard to go wrong with ground beef and macaroni, right?
Original recipe by Paula Deen; shared by The Food Network
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Quick Tip: Serve this savory one-pot meal with crisp, lettuce salad and rustic artisan bread.