Goulash

Goulash

Gulyas

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The Hungarian word gulyas means ‘herdsman’s stew’. Goulash is popular all over the world, and in Hungary is regarded as the national meat dish. It is an enticingly rich stew that always contains meat, usually beef or veal, onions and sweet or spicy paprika. Goulash should never be thickened except with the use of diced potato. The meat is best cut into large pieces, about 5 cm, to prevent breaking up during the long, slow cooking process, The Hungarian word gulyas means ‘herdsman’s stew’. Goulash is popular all over the world, and in Hungary is regarded as the national meat dish. It is an enticingly rich stew that always contains meat, usually beef or veal, onions and sweet or spicy paprika. Goulash should never be thickened except with the use of diced potato. The meat is best cut into large pieces, about 5 cm, to prevent breaking up during the long, slow cooking process,

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