Italian Style Goulash

This is an easy and very hearty Italian Style Goulash made easy with fresh plum tomatoes, beans, pasta, and peppers.

The Traditional American Goulash has many other spices including paprika in it, no beans, and a classic dish using elbow macaroni.

Our Italian Style Goulash is seasoned with fennel and fresh herbs with lean ground beef.

It’s a hearty stew-like soup perfect for a chilly evening we called stoup because it was filling and so chunky.

Mom and grandma knew how to stretch a meal on a budget and in our Italian family, this was one of our favorite meals.

Any kind of pasta you like but mom and grandma used either ditalini or small shells sometimes.

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