Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 hrs
This recipe came from the Rival Crock Pot Slow Cooker recipe book that came with the Crock Pot! This is one of my familes favorites! I usually have to make a double recipe. I am a working mom and this is a great way to make some meals, the good old Crock Pot!
- 2 lbs round steaks, cut in to 1/2 inch cubes (I use beef stew meat)
- 1 cup chopped onion
- 1 minced garlic clove
- 2 tablespoons flour
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1⁄2 teaspoon pepper
- 1 1⁄2 teaspoons paprika
- 1⁄4 teaspoon dried thyme
- 1 bay leaf
- 1 (14 1/2 ounce) can tomatoes
- 1 cup sour cream
- Put steak cubes onion, garlic in crock pot.
- Stir in flour and mix to coat meat.
- Add remaining ingredients except sour cream.
- Stir well.
- Cover& cook on low 8-10 hours.
- Add sour cream 30 minutes before serving and stir throughly.
- You can also cook this on high for 4-5 hours stirring occasionally.
- Serve over hot buttered egg noodles.
I'm giving this 5 stars, because I grew up on this stuff, and even though it may not be authentic Hungarian, it IS just a name. It has to be called something. I would say it is probably an Americanized version of Hungarian Paprikas. But, that aside, it doesn't matter. If you are looking for the original Rival crockpot recipe for Hungarian Goulash, that a lot of us grew up eating(and smelling when we got home from school-YUM!) then this is it. Can't beat it for comfort food.
If I read this correctly, it states Hungarian Goulash, how did the word Polish get involved..??? I like the recipe, my family likes the recipe and my friends really like the recipe...my mom was Hungarian, this brought many good memories from the kitchen table as I remember as a young child... shupau semper-fi
This is such a great recipe and wonderful dish to serve for your family -- or for company. I have almost the identical recipe posted (149743) and it has received very high ratings. The new review on your recipe caught my eye and I thought it was rather rude. I am not Hungarian -- so really can't say what and what not is used in their cooking. But I know the recipe I have is called Hungarian Goulash -- just as yours is and it has sour cream, tomatoes AND thyme in it. I think the one star rating is unfair -- especially if it is a result of someone rating the recipe based on its name and ingredients instead of the wonderful dish that it is. If I could I'd give it more stars!