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As a child, I can remember my mom making big pots of goulash for us to eat for dinner. It always tasted so stinking good! Sometimes, mom would put bacon and cheese into her goulash and my sisters and I gobbled it up like hungry little turkeys. My dad always enjoyed this meal, too. You really cannot go wrong with goulash as it’s tasty, easy to make, and filling.
American goulash has been a staple recipe in many homes across the nation for years upon years. I guess that’s why they call this recipe “generational.” There are many different versions of goulash but I think this one is the best. I love bold flavors and there are definitely lots of them in this recipe. Will you be making this for dinner tonight?
Recipe courtesy of Cool Home Recipes.
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