Chef John's Shakshuka
This North African one-dish-meal is so fast, easy, and delicious. Be sure to cook your sauce until the veggies are nice and soft and sweet. Once the eggs go in, you can finish covered on the stove, or just pop the pan into a hot oven until they cook to your liking.
Chef John's Beef Goulash
This Hungarian-style goulash is a thick beef stew that is great served over buttered noodles and garnished with sour cream.
This goulash recipe features macaroni and beef served steaming hot with a delicious assortment of vegetables and seasonings.
My grandfather came from Hungary when he was three. My grandmother made this recipe for a taste of home for him. It is Americanized, but still delicious. He added sour cream to his, while we kids we ate it plain. The consistency grandma made was like a casserole or stew rather than a soup.
Pulled Pork Tamale Casserole
From time to time, I cook a pork shoulder and pull the pork to be used in a few different meals. This is a pulled pork tamales recipe I came up with that may not be a traditional tamale, but the ingredients meet the criteria, and it is filling comfort food. There is no reason why you couldn't substitute shredded chicken or ground beef for the pork.