Recipe by Taramsl
Authentic hungarian goulash, from my dad.
Top Review by Charlotte J
I made this in the crockpot the other night it was very simple to make. I used 8 small red potatoes that I quartered they held their shape nicely as they cooked. I think I cooked it on high for 4 hours. I can't remember for sure as I thought I had already reviewed this but I guess I forgot. I'll make this one again. I adopted this chef for the *Spring PAC 2008* game
- 680.38-907.18 g stew meat
- 1-2 medium onion, chopped fine
- 4.92 ml caraway seed
- 4.92 ml Hungarian paprika
- 14.79 ml tomato paste
- 1 beef bouillon cube
- 1 green pepper, chopped
- 78.07-118.29 ml water
- 3-4 medium potatoes, water to just cover
Directions See How It's Made
- Brown onions and reserve.
- Brown chuck cubes.
- Add all other ingredients together with 1/3 - 1/2 cup of water.
- Cook in pressure cooker for 20 minutes.
- As I remember (it is not written in my original instructions), I cook the beef in the pressure cooker for 20 minutes and then turn the heat off. I let the pressure cooker sit for about another 1/2 hour (without releasing the pressure) while I mess with the potatoes. This probably amounts to about 1 1/2 - 2 hours of "normal" cooking.
- While cooking, boil 3-4 medium potatoes (cut up in about 1 1/2 inch cubes in as little water as possible. "As little water as possible" means just barely cover the potatoes with water and use a small pot, so that they are crowded together. When both are done, add potatoes and the potato water to the stew. Thicken with flour.
- * Hungarian paprika is essential here. Domestic paprika is food coloring. Hungarian paprika is a SPICE.