Hungarian Goulash

Hungarian Goulash created by alinasls

I have made this for over 25 years-this is real old-fashioned comfort food, if you like the taste of paprika.

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2hrs 20mins
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  • Salt and pepper beef, and shake on some paprika.
  • In Dutch oven, melt butter and brown meat over medium heat.
  • Add onions, garlic, green pepper, vinegar, tomato sauce, balance of paprika, caraway, marjoram, and water.
  • Stir well.
  • Simmer, covered, until meat is tender-about 11/2-2 hours.
  • Add more water if needed.
  • Serve over hot noodles, adding a dollup of sour cream if you wish.
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"I have made this for over 25 years-this is real old-fashioned comfort food, if you like the taste of paprika."
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  1. juttatiemann
    very good.
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  2. Aston D.
    this is not goulash!
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  3. Patricia L.
    This was a very easy recipe. I substituted red pepper instead of green pepper. I fed a group of 10 of us, and doubled the ingredients. I cooked it slowly for about a hour to hour and a half longer than indicated, and it came out wonderful. Served it over egg noodles. It was so good, it lasted less than 2 days. I am going to repeat it again tonight it was so good
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  4. Gary in AZ
    Oh my. This is good, but I guess I tweaked it quite a bit. Used more onion, large bell pepper. more garlic, smoked paprika, and lots of it (3 - 3 1/2 tbls total) Bacon fat instead of butter. Fresh marjoram from the garden (heaping tsp, leaves stripped, uncut) Served with steamed Yukon potatoes. These were steamed with rosemarry and thyme in the water, salt and onions on the steaming potatoes.
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  5. Gary in AZ
    Used Bacon fat instead of butter (4 Tbls). Used smoked paprika, Tblsp before brown, Tblsp after, and some more to taste at the end. More...more...yum.... Used some dried red pepper flakes. 2 cups onion, ~1 1/2 cups bell pepper, 4 cloves garlic, 1 1/2 cups water (beef released a lot of liquid, compensate for liquid from veggies) Tbls flour at end to thicken a bit.
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