Hungarian goulash

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a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika

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Unlike the traditional Hungarian goulash, people add sheep's pluck.
Ignoring my joke about Hungarian goulash, Cronin adds, with a twinkle in his eye: "The hardest mating I've done has to be a Great Dane.
Hungarian Goulash Ingredients (makes 6) 1kg braising steak, in large chunks Salt and black pepper 3tbsp flour 60g lard (or 3 tbsp olive oil) 2 onions sliced 2 cloves garlic finely chopped 2 tbsp paprika 1 tsp smoked paprika 2 can (about 800g) chopped plum tomatoes 1 fresh bouquet garni of bay, thyme and parsley, tied with string 750ml beef stock 6 carrots peeled & cut into half 4 small narrow red peppers, whole, or 1 regular red, seeded and sliced 400g waxy new potatoes, peeled Small tub creme fraiche Handful of flat parsley leaves to serve Method 1.
I discovered later on that my rustic Hungarian goulash with dumplings had been inspired by the chef's trip to Prague.
French bouillabaisse and Arabic Ouzi are prepared and plated before diners, and everything from fresh sushi and sashimi, Hungarian Goulash, Italian pastas, and Arabic mezze is found at the brunch stations.
A GIANT FA Cup pasty has been prepared to celebrate Plymouth's quarter-final with Watford - but Hungarian goulash might have been more appropriate.
Recipes run the gamut: Pumpkin Bars With Cream Cheese Icing, Short Ribs, French Onion Soup, Cinnamon Raisin Russian Coffee Cake, Hungarian Goulash, Cranberry Sauce, Gingerbread Cookies, Cheese Blintzes and much more.
Lunch was made up of macaroni with cheese, salmon filet, Hungarian goulash, pork with herbs and wine sauce, turkey and vegetable stew, beef ravioli, beef chop suey, cheese ravioli in rosee sauce, chicken casserole with rice, Thai chicken, beef and vegetable stew, and shepherd's pie.
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No peanut butter sandwiches here; they have enjoyed meals including eggplant rolatini, seafood Newburg, shrimp Provencal, pasta primavera, Hungarian goulash and corn fritters (they actually took the kernels off the cob).
As evidence of its peasant gourmet roots, consider some of the variations: Hungarian goulash, blanquette de veau, West African beef stew, Belgian beef stew, Chinese red stews -- and one that seems to be made to order for homesteaders--Kentucky Burgoo.
His plate of Hungarian goulash with roast potatoes and broccoli would have forced Desperate Dan to ask for a doggy bag, but Rab somehow finished the lot and I was forced to concentrate on my own dinner.
There is a wide range of fillings and the variations are endless, from spiced chicken with ginger to Hungarian goulash.
Hmm," she'll say, "that must be the Hungarian goulash from last Thursday.
offers his recipe for Hungarian Goulash Soup, a dish that can be prepared up to two days in advance and stored in the refrigerator.
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