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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by otterhound, May 16, 2020.
I have a Hungarian friend, he put me onto this, I don't use so much stock in it though, it doesn't need it, just a few splashes.
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
Got to get the dumplings right though. Otherwise it's just beef stew.
That looks delicious
Teletimetx I’m looking for that cookbook. Love good cookbooks
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.
Having never either made or eaten this , I went in totally in the dark . I like this and so did my 2 friends .
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
Sounds and looks great, and actually I think I have all the ingredients! I thought Goulash had loads of cabbage though?
this guy is a great source for instruction/tips/humor/good cheer regarding this kind of cooking
Greek stew with Gouda cheese?
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.
if you eat that dish on halloween is it called...hungarian ghoulash?
When I think of Hungarian I think comfort food at it's best.
I already had stuffed cabbage, mac'n'amac'n' cheese and turnip greens and now i want some Hungarian goulash.
It was really good. Mom was a great cook who wasn’t afraid to experiment.
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!
We make a simple version.
Serve with garlic toast
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...