Goulash

This is an easy, versatile meal. The name goulash tells you that it is very flexible, adding what ever you have or substituting for what you don’t have. The base ingredients are ground meat, onion, tomato of some kind and the spices. Canned tomatoes can be replaced by an equal amount of fresh tomatoes. No tomato sauce, add extra tomatoes. Left over vegetables, throw them in. No rice, pasta or zoodles, serve over mashed potatoes or drain a bit and serve on a bun like a Sloppy Jo.

Burger Goulash

Brown: 1 chopped onion
Add: 1 1/2 lbs ground meat and brown; drain if there is a lot of fat
Add: 1/2 tsp each – onion powder, garlic powder and chili powder
Add: 15 oz can diced tomatoes
8 oz tomato sauce
11 oz can corn drained or rinsed black beans
1 tsp each salt & pepper
1 Tbsp sugar (optional)
1 1/2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
Hot sauce to taste (optional)
Heat and serve on steamed rice or pasta.

Options:
Any ground meat will do. Elk, antelope, venison, etc.
In the picture I added already cooked and cubed sweet potatoes.
You can mix corn & beans.
Left over vegetables? Throw them in too.
Serve over spiral sliced zucchini (zoodles)
Serve on a bun like Sloppy Jo’s. (Drain for this)

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