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Goulash recipe - recommendations please

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FawnDrench Fri 11-Jan-19 12:47:19

Just looking through various goulash recipes, and they seem to be quite different.

Some use red wine, some say white, lots don't use any alcohol.
Some are oven-baked, some on the hob.
Variety of coloured peppers used, perhaps fresh tomatoes, perhaps tinned.

So can anyone personally recommend a delicious goulash recipe please.

Thanks in mouthwatering anticipation...

Blondie1984 Fri 11-Jan-19 16:24:38

I like this one www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2011/oct/21/goulash-pasta-soup-recipes-whittingstall

Blondie1984 Fri 11-Jan-19 16:25:10

I use red peppers instead of green though

ShakeYourTailFeathers Fri 11-Jan-19 16:25:15

Delia's is v nice

Xiaoxiong Fri 11-Jan-19 19:47:38

I like this one, it has caraway seeds and red peppers. Nice with buttered pappardelle.

https://smittenkitchen.com/2008/01/goulash/

Winewinewinewine Fri 11-Jan-19 19:50:40

Another vote for Delia!

Ottermum23 Fri 11-Jan-19 19:51:41

I'm from Hungary, the "official place of Gulyas (as we say it)" grin

This is probably the closest recipe to the traditional goulash.

https://www.daringgourmet.com/traditional-hungarian-goulash-gulyas/

Good luck!

bellinibobble Fri 11-Jan-19 19:52:47

Hairy Bikers!! It’s brill.

WatcherOfTheNight Fri 11-Jan-19 19:53:44

Jamie Oliver's spicy pork goulash ,although I'm not sure that's the correct name blush
It's one that I have made for years (in the slow cooker ) .
So tasty!
It was one of DDs favourites, I had to make a batch specifically for her to take to uni each term.

StrawberryTraveller Fri 11-Jan-19 19:57:04

I use the 'rick stein vienna' one. Plus add a small amount off passata to the stock.

I live in Austria. Goulash here never has peppers in it or wine of any sort, and is served in virtually every restaurant.

MsMightyTitanAndHerTroubadours Fri 11-Jan-19 20:02:10

we just had Goulash for supper! AND it was the rickstein vienna one, did it in the instant pot, so the stock could have done with being thickened and I cba with any veg I did parsley dumplings

I had mine with a great big dod of soured cream <schlurp!>

FawnDrench Sat 12-Jan-19 09:24:59

Thank you so much for your helpful suggestions- I'm going to compare all those you've recommended and take it from there.

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