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Hungarian Goulash I

In this video, you’ll see how to make Hungarian goulash. It's always a family favorite. Cubes of beef chuck are stewed until tender with sautéed onions, garlic, sweet Hungarian paprika, and tomato paste. Enjoy this rich stew spooned over egg noodles, rice, or mashed potatoes. Watch the video, then get ENVIRO2’s top-rated recipe for Hungarian Goulash I. Garnish with chopped parsley and a dollop of sour cream.

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  • Mary B

The recipe sounds delicious! Can't wait to try it!! To those offended by the name.....I'll bet there are items cooked in Hungary with American names that don't taste like the American version too. Good gosh, don't take offence to the little stuff!

  • Czechmate

Of course this is not Hungarian Goulash! True Hungarian Goulash is made from pork, beef and lamb meat. That is for the starters! Small cubes are pounded than sprinkled with salt, black pepper and hungarian sweet paprika than flour. All is quickly browned on the hot lard or bacon drippings. Than you get caramelized surface which will give you the true gulash taste!!(You deglaze after each batch and transfer from pan to the pot for a slow simmer). If you brown meat in its own juices, aka boil it, you get American Stew, that has no similarity whatsoever with anything called Hungarian Gulash. Kapis?? BTW, Tom Miskey is absolutely right. If you want to write recipe, please do not give it an ethnic name unless you made sure you did your homework. You may insult a lot of people for butchering their ethnic inheritance!!

  • Czechmate

First of all gulash is something like a stew. or a mishmash or a jambalaya to a cook. But if you want to spend time write a recipe, pleas DO NOT GIVE IT A ETHNICITY WITH A NAME unless you do your homework. I was born in Prague and Czechs make a great gulash. But Hungarians are masters in this event. And the