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Hungarian Goulash

Recipe from the Great Depression

4 cups Noodles
4 pounds Chuck
4 cups Tomatoes
1 cup diced Celery
2 Green Peppers, diced
4 tablespoons Flour
8 Cloves
2 cups diced Salt Pork
1 cup diced Onion
4 cups diced Carrots
4 tablespoons minced Parsley
Salt and Pepper

Cut beef in 1 inch cubes. Roll in flour. Combine pork and beef. Cook until brown, stirring constantly. Add sufficient water to prevent sticking. Cover. Cook until meat is tender.

Add vegetables, cloves, and sufficient water to cover. Season to taste. Simmer until vegetables are tender.

Serve with noodles which have been cooked in boiling salted water.
12 to 15 servings.

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