Hungarian goulash (gulyás) is the traditional stew of Hungary. Its origins can be traced back to the ninth century. Originally it consisted of chunks of meat and onions, slowly cooked until all the liquid was boiled away, and then dried in the sun.
The meat could then be used to prepare a stew by boiling it in water. Paprika was added to the recipe in the 18th-century.
Every family has its own version of Goulash. Most Hungarian chefs would NEVER consider tomatoes or green peppers or other spices in Goulash.
Some other recipes would have tomato or green pepper, go ahead and add them if you like, but remember, you can never use too much paprika.
Ingredients for Hungarian Goulash:
Makes 8 servings.
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