The traditional Hungarian stew has become an all-American favorite with its mix of seasoned meat and veggies. From ground beef goulash to Hungarian goulash, these easy recipes for beef goulash represent the best of blended cultures.
A teaspoon of cocoa contributes flavor to this Old World Hungarian goulash recipe of sirloin steak with noodles in a beef broth mixture with cabbage, carrots, and onions. Serve the goulash with a dollop of sour cream.
Depending on how much heat you like, choose sweet or hot Hungarian paprika to spice this goulash.
Depending on how much heat you like, choose sweet or hot Hungarian paprika to spice this goulash main-dish recipe.
Layer the vegetables, meat and tomato mixture in your slow cooker in the morning and leave it until dinner. Just make the noodles, and this beef dinner is done.
When you're in the mood for a hearty meal but want something other than the usual beef stew, why not learn how to make goulash? This Hungarian stew was once the food of poor shepherds--in fact, that's how the dish got its name, which is derived from "gulyas," the Hungarian word for shepherd. Goulash recipes have been around for hundreds of years, and while the dish has meager origins, it's now prepared in even the most well-to-do Hungarian kitchens and upscale restaurants.