If your family loves Hamburger Helper they’re sure to love this Healthier Hungarian Goulash recipe. Goulash is a meat and pasta based stew that has its roots in Hungary. Since America is a melting pot of cultures, Goulash is also a popular weeknight meal in many American families. Unfortunately many recipes tend to leave out the fresh diced veggies, thus failing to capitalize on the many of the potential health benefits. Veggies not only increase the volume of food on your plate, they also increase the amount of vitamins and minerals without adding a bunch of extra calories and fat. This recipe remembers the veggies and trims the fat by using lean ground beef. For an even lighter option, very lean ground turkey can be used in place of the beef. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at ezgf.blogspot.com Ingredients list • 1 lb 90 percent lean ground beef • 2 carrots , peeled and diced • 1 onion, peeled and diced • 1potato peeled and diced • 1 rib of celery, diced • 2 cloves of garlic, minced • 1 cup corn (I used frozen corn) • 10 oz gluten free elbow macaroni • (1) 20 oz can of crushed tomatoes • 1 cup of gluten free beef broth • 1 tbsp of Hungarian paprika (or regular paprika) • ½ cup of red wine • 2 tbsp low fat sour cream or Greek yogurt, plus more for garnish if you want • salt and pepper to taste For additional free healthy casserole recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to www.FaveHealthyRecipes.com To find this …
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Thank you, I’m going to check out your channel. I always love checking out? new recipes whether they’re gluten free or not. You never know where inspiration will strike. Thanks for stopping by.
Very nice! My recipe from my mom uses elbow macaroni that I don’t think are gluten free. But? some of my other recipes are made without gluten.
Great one EZ gluten free!?
Thanks? for stopping by Angie.
I’d never had Goulash until 2 years ago and loved it.? Must try your version =D
Never had Hungarian Goulash , but it looks like a very filling meal.? Does the smoked paprika? change the out come if you used just regular paprika??
Hi David, I should have been more clear about the wine. It’s not cooking wine. It’s red wine? for drinking. Cooking wine would work too.
Hi Anne. I have everything for this recipe
but the Smoked Paprika and I wasn’t sure
what kind of Wine to use did you mean
a cooking wine? And what kind? I should
be able? to get the Paprika today.
Thanks for stopping by. I? always appreciate it.
Thanks Lila, I’ll do anything? to wash less dishes.
Looks like American Chop Suey ….very nice …. I need a big? bowl with a big spoon…lol…!!!
This looks delicious! I love the one pot – less dishes is always? nice 🙂
Thanks Lyndsay, it’s a great weeknight dish for kids that love hamburger helper. It should be great if? you try it with the turkey.
I am embarrassed to admit, I have never made goulash ( I know!) This looks wonderful and I love ground turkey so I might try? that option. xoxo
Figured that -Well they all look wonderful .?
You are correct. I’ve recently discovered that gluten is a problem for me. Now I’m trying to figure out how to make all of my old? recipes gluten free. The channel helps me keep track of recipes that worked out for me. Plus it gives others ideas on how to keep it simple.
I see you have all gluten free recipes -someone has? allergies eh –
Thanks Sandy.? I really appreciate you stopping by.
You’re right, the ideas? are endless. I don’t think I ever made it the same way twice.
Thank You? David.
Thanks for? the kind words.
Wonderful!! Looks so yummy!?
Great dish, very hearty and it looks so? flavorful! Another wonderful recipe Anne! Keep it up!
Looks very yummy I made this quite a few times -Ideas are endless when making a? goulash .