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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...
I like this one www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2011/oct/21/goulash-pasta-soup-recipes-whittingstall
I use red peppers instead of green though
Delia's is v nice
I like this one, it has caraway seeds and red peppers. Nice with buttered pappardelle.https://smittenkitchen.com/2008/01/goulash/
Another vote for Delia!
I'm from Hungary, the "official place of Gulyas (as we say it)" This is probably the closest recipe to the traditional goulash.https://www.daringgourmet.com/traditional-hungarian-goulash-gulyas/Good luck!
Hairy Bikers!! It’s brill.
Jamie Oliver's spicy pork goulash ,although I'm not sure that's the correct name 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.
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.
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 dumplingsI had mine with a great big dod of soured cream <schlurp!>
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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