Finally! Dinners for 2 Without Tons of Leftovers
We offer simple recipes, ingredient lists that don't go on and on, and a promise that you won't be eating that noodle salad for days.
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The Not-So-Big Old-Fashioned Dinner
Goulash sounds like the type of meal that would feed an army (or at least a large family), but Snyder's take on the classic Hungarian dish is perfect for two. It calls for 12 ounces of sirloin or flat-iron steak cubes, three potatoes and all of the recipe's hallmarks: sweet paprika, sour cream and light, puffy dumplings (which cook in just 15 minutes).
Get the recipe: Hungarian Beef Goulash with Paprika and Dumplings