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Hungarian goulash

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Serves 3

For the slow cooker

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Ingredients

  • 1lb stewing steak, cubed
  • 60g seasoned flour
  • 3tbsp veg oil
  • 1 large onion, finely chopped
  • 1 green pepper, deseeded and chopped
  • 2 carrots, peeled and chopped
  • 1 stick celery, chopped
  • 1tsp paprika
  • 3tbsp tomato puree
  • pinch grated nutmeg
  • 3 tsp mixed herbs
  • salt and pepper
  • 200ml beef stock
  • 200g tin of chopped toms
  • 200ml red wine
  • 3tbsp worcestershire sauce

Method

    1. Coat the meat in the seasoned flour. Heat the oil in a frying pan and fru the onion, pepper, carrot and celery. Add the meat and fry until browned.
    2. Add the paprika, tom puree, nutmeg, mixed herbs, salt and pepper and cook for a further 2 mins. Add the stock, chopped toms, red wine an worcestershire sauce. Bring to a simmer and transfer to the slow cooker. Cook for approx 5 - 6 hours.

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borofc's picture

I used chicken instead,left out the paprika and other bits,added mushrooms and chilli and called it a chilli chicken...

simon2000's picture

great recipe just don't add 3 tsp of mixed herbs go for 1.

henrysmummy2106's picture
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Amazing! Just the thing for these cold winter nights!

sueohanlon's picture
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Don't care whether its Hungarian or even goulash it was easy to make, tasted lovely and just the job in this cold snap my husband me and a neighbour have just devoured a pan full it was delicious thank you vanda

janospataki's picture
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i have no idea why you call this recipe "Hungarian goulash" ??
because this isn't Hungarian. first i am chef and i am a Hungarian
so please let me write the proper ingredients minimum

500 g beef shank
100 g pig fat
10 g garlic
100 g onion
15 g paprika
30 g salt
200 g caraway seeds ground
80 g fresh tomato
200 g peppers (you can collect from any Turkish store this pepper color is light yellow )
1500g red potato
you need around 3 liter of liquid is can be beef stock but this is not really healthy so my suggestion is better you make some fresh veg stock
if any one interesting how to make of this ingredients a proper soup please give me a email and i going to explain to you
john.pataki.jp@gmail.com

snige969's picture

Twas a great meal - thanks Vanda! I didn't have a slow cooker, but having found the stewing steak that was bought in Iceland for 3 pounds, I cooked it for 3 hours in the oven and it was tender as!! Family lapped it up!

fcrmum's picture
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Definitely as good as The Dog & Gun, one of our favourites too!

kirren's picture

Good to know, as I ate there last week and it was gorgeous.

michaeljlord's picture

Hi Yer How do you "fru"food ? Thanks Michael.

taylorc's picture

Giving this one a go today. Tried a recipe about a week ago but it was slightly bland. Like the idea of Worcestershire sauce. A sneaky pre-taste confirms this :)

taylorc's picture

Giving this one a go today. Tried a recipe about a week ago but it was slightly bland. Like the idea of Worcestershire sauce. A sneaky pre-taste confirms this :)

anne-marief's picture

I just had to try this goulash after reading that it's as good ad the one at the Dog and Gun in Keswick - manna from heaven after a day in the fells!

I made a couple of minor amendments- added caraway. And used half abd half smoked/unsmoked paprika.

As I was cooking it in the pressure cooker I didn't coat the meat in flour and reduced the liquid slightly.

Mmmm delicious!

foodhappyperson's picture
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I changed it slightly adding 2 red peppers instead of the green and used 2 sorts of paprika. It worked really well and I will do this again.

clhenderson's picture
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Works very well. Great recipe. Ideal for a busy day when you need to get home and feed hungry children. Have made this several times now.

clhenderson's picture
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Works very well. Great recipe. Ideal for a busy day when you need to get home and feed hungry children. Have made this several times now.

rhudson's picture
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A lovely, straightforward recipe - brill for a chilly day. Will definitely make this again. My boys loved it.

darlokel's picture
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Well done Vanda. Made this today in my slow cooker. Popped a few dumplings in 30 mins from end and served it with garlic bread.
The goulash was brilliant and all the familly gave it 5 stars. As good as The Dog and Gun in Keswick! Will definitely make again. Only change was i added some carroway seeds (from another recipe)

whichypoo's picture

sounds good going to try it out in my slow cooker

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