Hungarian Goulash

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  1. teletimetx

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    I was just being an instigator, yeah I was referring to the insulation, I myself stop when it gets to electric

    The goulash does look good, my favorite pan it a cast iron Lodge I use one of their flat griddles a lot also
     
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    Got to get the dumplings right though. Otherwise it's just beef stew.
     
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    That looks delicious
    Teletimetx I’m looking for that cookbook. Love good cookbooks
     
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    Mouth wateringly tempting.

    My Mom made Greek stew. Either beef or lamb. What kicked it up was cinnamon and Gouda cheese. She got the recipe from Sunset magazine.
     
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    Having never either made or eaten this , I went in totally in the dark . I like this and so did my 2 friends .
     
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    My mom made a goulash but I have no idea how authentic it was. She never called it Hungarian just goulash. I liked it and haven’t had it in 35+ years.
    I want to try an authentic version. It does sound really good
     
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    Yum!
     
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    Sounds and looks great, and actually I think I have all the ingredients! I thought Goulash had loads of cabbage though?
     
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    this guy is a great source for instruction/tips/humor/good cheer regarding this kind of cooking
     
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    Greek stew with Gouda cheese? o_O
     
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    I just got dentures I bought stuff to do my version. 1 pound of Angus ground sirloin 2 cans of sliced new potatoes 1 can of sliced carrots 1 pack of Kraft queso cheese and 1/2 a sweet onion. may add some Tobasco. I will cook it till my sore gums can chew it.. with my new teeth in.
     
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    if you eat that dish on halloween is it called...hungarian ghoulash?
     
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    When I think of Hungarian I think comfort food at it's best.

    So good.
     
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    I already had stuffed cabbage, mac'n'amac'n' cheese and turnip greens and now i want some Hungarian goulash.
     
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    It was really good. Mom was a great cook who wasn’t afraid to experiment.
     
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    In the 90’s there was a brilliant Hungarian restaurant in Prince George, BC.
    I went there often for goulash, it was served with thus great, chewy bread.
    Delicious and unforgettable!
     
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    We make a simple version.

    Ground Chuck
    Onion
    Macaroni noodles
    Tomato's
    Bell pepper
    Salt
    Pepper
    Garlic powder

    Serve with garlic toast ;)
     
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    Mom made it regularly. She also used macaroni instead of dumplings...otherwise, same ingredients. No caraway though.

    Now I'm gonna have to generate some bacon grease...
     
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