Hamburger Goulash

My husband grew up in the Midwest, eating lots and lots of hamburger. The man so loves hamburger, he piles plain cooked hamburger between slices of bread and calls it a “loose meat sandwich.” So, pretty much anything that I make with hamburger in it, he’s down. This reminds him of something he ate as a kid that  called goulash. The idea was foreign to me, but apparently widely popular.  Make sure you use the fire roasted tomatoes in this – it makes a difference.

Hamburger Goulash from Feeding My Kid

Hamburger Goulash (from Feeding My Kid)

1 lb. hamburger

1 15 oz. can fire roasted tomatoes

2 cups frozen corn

10 oz. Tinkyada gluten free pasta elbows, cooked

½ tsp  salt

½ tsp  onion powder

½ tsp  garlic powder

Brown hamburger and drain excess grease. Put hamburger back in the pan, and add tomatoes, corn, salt, onion powder and garlic powder. Heat through until corn is warm. Add cooked pasta and serve.

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