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From cooks.com

This was a recipe we used growing up. I tried using no-name products but it just wasn't the same. We never measured how much mac we used. We were a family

of six with a huge pot of Goulash with no leftovers! :)

5 generations have used this recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

1 lb. lean ground beef

1 onion, chopped

1 can tomato soup (Campbell's)

1 soup can ketchup (Heinz)

salt, to taste

garlic, to taste

elbow macaroni

Brown ground beef with onion and garlic. Drain. Add salt. Add tomato soup. I use the empty can of soup to measure ketchup. Turn heat down and simmer. While

sauce is simmering, cook macaroni. Don't forget to stir sauce once in a while. Drain noodles when cooked. Add sauce and stir well.


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