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This is my mother's recipe from Budapest. I made it a couple of times already and all the nationalities (such as my oz boyfriend) liked it where I live in France...... it can be more of a soup but foreigners like it more like a stew (less water). I would d
"This recipe was given to me by my sister, who got it from a lady visiting from Hungary in 1961."
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Recipe courtesy Elizabeth Molnar
I found this recipe in one of those cookbooks you can buy at the check out stand. I've altered it to fit my allergies and my family's tastes. The original recipe called for 1 lb of boneless beef sirloin cut into thin strips, but I actually prefer to use gr
Recipe courtesy Old Wives Tale, Portland
Goulash in the style of southern Hungary. Serve with buttered noodles, dumplings, or spaetzle if you like. This is one dish that shines as a leftover, since it gets better the longer it sits.
"A warm, filling soup that is a wonderful cool weather lunch or dinner and is especially great with a side of multi-grain bread! I load up on thickly cut mushrooms and use traditional Hungarian Sweet Paprika. Um! Definitely use the tomato and pepper. It g
There is a local restaurant in Sioux Falls that has a similar soup on the menu. I decided to try to make it at home. this is what I came up with! I hope you enjoy it! **As with any recipe, this is a blueprint. The final design belongs to you!
Hungarian Goulash Casserole
My mom makes great goulash. Being Hungarian, on my mothers' side, I learned very early how to make goulash. It's a staple in my house during those cold winter months. I've made it with beef, pork, lamb even chicken. Great when you're on a budget. BUT, you