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This American goulash may not be what your granny used to make but by golly it sure is good!
There are so many ways to make goulash and everyone claims that their way is the right way. How about the way that tastes the best is the right way? The following recipe on the next page is for a slow cooker American goulash that is covered in ooey, gooey cheese. Gasp! “How can that be goulash?!” some of you might say. Well, it’s goulash because I say it’s goulash LOL Seriously, guys and gals, this Crock Pot goulash is seriously good and easy to make.
I like to start the American goulash about mid-morning and it is ready by early afternoon. I just set my slow cooker settings to warm and allow it to sit until dinnertime. It’s so hearty and filling!
What types of sides do y’all enjoy serving with your American goulash? I personally prefer a side salad and garlic bread. Sometimes, I’ll make garlic-seasoned green beans. Serve whatever tickles your fancy 🙂
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Quick Tip: Feel free to use any flavor of cheese that you prefer in this goulash. You can also leave it out completely if you want.