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Old Fashioned Goulash is a variation of the traditional tomato and stock soup known as “chowder” in the United States. The difference between the two is that, in goulash, the mixture of soup and meat is simmered over boiling water, not hot enough to cook the food. The traditional recipe can be spicy (some would call it a redneck version of red sauce) and contains red bell peppers, onions, carrots, and garlic. To make this dish you only need a handful of those ingredients, and a whole can of tomato paste. The resulting dish is absolutely delicious and very healthy too.

To make the old fashioned goulash, simply combine a half pack of whole milk, three tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce, chopped onions, a whole can of tomato paste, cut up two whole cloves of garlic and cut up four ounces of macaroni. Then, add a half a cup of low-fat milk, and set aside. In a nonstick frying pan, cook the chopped onions, bell peppers, and garlic until softened and then add in the macaroni along with a half a cup of the low fat milk. Bring the mixture to a boil, and then turn off the flame.

When the pasta is cooked, drain it and place it in a large bowl, along with the rest of the sauce. Stir the pasta and sauce together until completely blended. Then, add the beef, and any vegetables or meat that you used in the original recipe. Stir to mix well. Cover the pasta with the remaining tomato sauce and broccoli stems and then let it simmer for about twenty minutes.

To make goulash that's healthier, you can cut back on the tomatoes and replace with reduced-fat cheese. Also, substitute low-fat milk or whole milk if the original recipe calls for whole milk. If you're using cream or cottage cheese, be sure to also remove the cheese from its container and discard it (if it's not on the actual ingredient list) before adding it to your cooked pasta. You can also use low-fat sour cream or yogurt to reduce the overall fat content of your old fashioned goulash.

You can serve your goulash immediately after it is finished, or you may serve it chilled until the next day. As it sits, the mixture will continue to slowly combine with the creamy tomato sauce, and the broccoli stems. You can strain the mixture into a small bowl and add it to a pot of boiling water for about two minutes to fully dissolve all of the ingredients. Use immediately or allowed to warm slightly.

This dish is great served at room temperature, or chilled for a few hours. It's a wonderful combination of flavors, and a wonderful way to enjoy your pasta. I recommend preparing this goulash at least a month ahead if you are serving it at a party because the longer it sits, the more blended and “settled” it will become. It also impresses your guest with its bold, flavor-packed flavors. Old fashioned goulash is a meat and vegetable dish, but it can be enjoyed by people on any diet. The nutrition is great, and the nutritional value of your food will surprise you!

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