Melty cheese, juicy beef and tomatoes, oh my! Classic goulash gets a spicy twist in this recipe from The Ranch Kitchen.
It’s important not to overcrowd the pan when sautéing beef. Cook the beef in two rounds to ensure correct doneness on all meat.
Brown ground beef and onion in a skillet. Drain leftover grease off meat.
Add tomatoes with liquid from both cans.
Add sugar, chili powder, garlic, water, noodles and all remaining spices.
Bring goulash to a boil and then down to a simmer (low heat) and cover with a lid. You may need to add more water depending on how many noodles you add to you pot. Make sure you have enough water for your noodles to boil in without making this dish a soup. 4 -5 cups of water should be the maiximum.
Cook goulash on low, stirring occasionally until noodles are tender.
Add grated cheese the last 10 minutes of cooking and stir until melted. Enjoy!
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