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Synonyms for goulash

a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika

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Fearing it would be bought up for redevelopment, he and fellow enthusiasts formed The Goulash Co-operative, issued PS100 public shares, and submitted a bid of PS172,000.
The crispy vanilla yoghurt goulash finishes the meal.
As well as the well known goulash there are meals like chicken paprikas and Hungarian fried chicken.
FOODFOCUS HUNGARIAN GOULASH WITH MASHED POTATOES Serve up a hearty meal with this delicious casserole.
If the goulash needs thickening, add 1 tbsp cornflour, blended with 2-3 tbsp of cold water.
A-Z of Global Flavours and comprises three brand new stews--Bengal Chicken Masala, Moroccan Lamb Tagine and Smoky Hungarian Goulash.
Helen, 28, yesterday woke to temperatures of about -20C and was due to spend six hours training and dining on dehydrated goulash.
From Gulag to Goulash focuses on the country's former "goulash economy" but keeps reverting to the recipe for traditional Hungarian beef soup, which at first sight appears entirely non-controversial.
And, of course, spicy beef goulash topped with Frankfurter sausage - no Austrian menu would be complete without a goulash
The company, which said that many of the products are unique to the British marketplace, added that they will include prime cuts of venison in the form of steaks, medallions and goulash.
GOULASH, dam of Grade 1 winners Ashado and Sunriver, was put down on Wednesday at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky after developing severe laminitis in her right front foot.
The goulash is one we've been doing for 40 years," he said.
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.
But Westside restaurant legend Hans Rockenwagner and a cohort, Wolfgang Gussmack, have a counter-programming hit on their hands with 3 Square Cafe, which plays to bustling crowds at all three mealtimes (hence the restaurant's name) and serves up substantial dishes such as apple pancakes, schnitzel with lingonberries and veal goulash.
Traditional recipes such as pork and beef goulash and stuffed cabbage in tomato sauce will enable Britain's growing Polish community to enjoy familiar tastes and flavours.