French Canadian Chop Suey

By Gabrielle Hungate a recent ASU Nutrition Student



Even though this recipe may look simple, it has an immense history in my French-Canadian culture. It has been made by great grandparents. It was considered a low cost and filling meal that would fill up everyone.  In most recent years, I have replaced the pasta with gluten-free pasta and also used tofu instead of hamburger. Most of the population does not prefer it made this way, it does not have to be, but it can be changed based on what you work better for you.



1 Green Pepper

1 Onion

2 cloves of garlic

2 6-ounce cans of tomato puree

3 cups of water

1 Tsp oregano

1 tsp sugar

1 pound of ground hamburger

1 box of macaroni


Sauté onion and green pepper in a separate pan

Cook Macaroni and set aside

Cook the hamburger until thoroughly cooked and set aside

Add remaining ingredients in a large pot and heat

Add in the macaroni, onion, green pepper and meat.


Add on serving dish and serve with rolls or a salad.

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