Recipes Hungarian Goulash with Butterfried Sourdough 2 years ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: High Country Baking: Chocolate-raspberry oatmeal cookie tart admin February 26, 2022 New Recipe: This Cheesecake Evokes Memories – The New York Times admin March 29, 2021 New Recipe: Duff Goldman’s Upcoming Book Is All About Cookies admin April 8, 2022 Oat Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies December 17, 2021 New Recipe: I Invented a Whole New Dessert with This One Shortbread Ingredient Swap admin March 26, 2022 New Recipe: Raisin Muffins [Vegan] – One Green Planet admin March 7, 2022 About The Author More from this Author One Response mienczaczek January 23, 2022 Just looking at Hungarian Goulash makes me Hungry. Not Hungarian, yet a neighbour from Poland, where we love good Goulash and enjoy it in winter months with good ”pajda” of bread. We also love to eat it with pasta or ziemniaki, binge on it for two or three days while smashing some vodka too. What could go wrong? ​ **This recipe makes:** 6 portions **Preparation time:** 35minutes **Cooking time:** 1-2h ​ **Ingredients:** * 500g (1.1 pounds) of diced beef, stewing cut (lean chuck works well) * 2 medium onions, medium dice * 2 medium carrots, peeled and sliced * 3 garlic cloves, sliced * 3 bell peppers (red, yellow and green) big dice * 1L of beef stock * 200g (7oz) of chopped tomatoes * splash of red wine for deglazing * 1tsp of paprika * 1tsp of smoked paprika * 1tsp oregano * 1tsp marjoram * 1/2tsp caraway seeds * 2tbsp of vegetable oil * 1tbsp of butter * 1tbsp of plain flour * salt and black pepper to taste * parsley for garnish ​ **Instructions:** 1. Preheat the fan oven to 200C (392F). 2. In a large bowl, mix diced onions, peppers, garlic, 1tbsp of vegetable oil, 1tsp of paprika, 1tsp of oregano, sprinkle of salt and black pepper. Transfer vegetables onto a baking tray and roast in the oven for 15-20 minutes. 3. In the meantime, combine diced beef with 1tbsp of vegetable oil and divide it into two parts. Sear each batch on the high heat frying pan to brown the meat. Once ready transfer into a medium-sized pot. Add a splash of red wine to deglaze the frying pan and transfer it to the master pot. 4. Add your roasted vegetables plus the sliced carrots into the pot with the meat, cover with the beef stock and season with 1tsp of smoked paprika and 1tsp of marjoram. Bring to the boil and reduce to simmer, cover the pot with a lid and cook until meat is nice and tender (1h-2h depending on what cut of beef is used) 5. When ready, take off the lid, add chopped tomatoes and adjust the seasoning with salt and black pepper. 6. In a small pan melt 1tbsp of butter and combine with 1tbsp of plain flour. Stir the roux into the Goulash to thicken. 7. Serve with toasted sourdough bread and garnished with freshly chopped parsley. Add chilli for some kick or soured cream to break the flavours. Also delicious to serve over pasta, boiled potatoes or pearl barley. Smacznego! Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.