Easiest Way to Prepare Homemade Are You Hungarian (?) Goulash
by David Lindsey
Hello everybody, it is Louise, welcome to my recipe site. Today, I will show you a way to make a distinctive dish, are you hungarian (?) goulash. One of my favorites. For mine, I’m gonna make it a bit tasty. This will be really delicious.
Are You Hungarian (?) Goulash is one of the most favored of current trending meals on earth. It’s easy, it’s fast, it tastes delicious. It is appreciated by millions daily. Are You Hungarian (?) Goulash is something that I’ve loved my whole life. They’re nice and they look fantastic.
To get started with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can have are you hungarian (?) goulash using 13 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Are You Hungarian (?) Goulash:
Take onion, chopped (I like mine pretty much pureed)
Get garlic, minced
Get caraway seeds, ground (I use my coffee grinder, makes for really interesting coffee the next go around if I forget to clean it)
Get Hungarian hot paprika
Get grated lemon zest
Make ready tomato paste
Make ready red wine vinegar (I had apple cider, just use a lil less)
Make ready beef broth
Prepare pork or veal cut into bite size pieces
Make ready salt and pepper to taste
Get peewee potatoes or Yukon gold potatoes peeled and diced
Steps to make Are You Hungarian (?) Goulash:
In a large pan, (I use extra deep , heat butter and oil on medium high until butter has melted.
Add onion to pan and sauteé until soft and golden brown, about ten minutes.
Add your garlic and caraway to the onion and butter. Cook for approximately one minute.
Time to add the paprika and lemon zest to the mix and stir that in well for about a minute or until aromatic.
Now it's time to add your tomato paste.
Add your vinegar and broth.
Scrape up any tasty lil brown bits that have collected on the bottom of your pan.
Add your pork or veal now and bring it all to a slow boil
Now is when you can season lightly with salt and pepper if you like, then lower heat to a medium low.
Cover and simmer until your meat is very tender, stirring occasionally. This takes approximately an hour and a half.
At this point you add your potatoes and cook them until they are fork tender, 20-30 mins. longer
You are now ready to dish up all your hard work, maybe sprinkle on some sharp cheddar and some red pepper flakes…. crusty French bread dipped in the gravy is amazing!
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