This was WONDFULL! I choose this recipe as the BEST out of all the recipes I've tried here on ZAAR! Very easy to make. Next time I will brown meat first, remove, saute the veggies, then finish off the recipe. (I couldn't get my meat "browned" after adding to onions) My changes: I used 1 can of beef broth, added 1 shallot (since I needed to use it up) I did slice 1 of the onions so I would have a little more texture. I went to one of my gourmet cooking sites to see how they made HG and all were very similar to yours so I went with yours. They did recommend to use as much onion as you do beef and 1 TB of paprika per pound of meat which is exactly what your recipes worked out to be. Great! Oh, I did use round steak and it came out nice and tender, not dry. The gravy was fantastic. I did cook on top of the stove with lid but after a hour put in 350 oven without lid to thicken up the gravy. This was just WONDERFUL!
Thanks for a really tasty goulash recipe, the flavour was even better the next day, I forgot to add the cayenne but next time will. I used chicken because that's what I had defrosted and it makes good leftovers for lunches......chris
I wasn't sure this was going to turn out well for me but it did! It was very spicy so if you don't like spicy omit the cayenne like Annacia did. But we like it that way! After bringing to the boil I put it in the oven on 350f/180c for the simmering time as I didn't want to have to keep an eye on it. Last 10/15 minutes with lid off. Served with rice and a dollop of sour cream. I used green bell peppers I will try next time as suggested by Annacia to use red bell peppers. OOOOOHHHH SOOOO YUMMY!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!
This is delicious. It's amazing how much flavor comes from a few simple ingredients with just a little patience. I skipped the cayenne so that DH would enjoy it too and used red bell pepper and the Hungarian paprika. It came out with very tender meat and just enough sauce to moisten the noodles. Great home cooking.