Delicious and Lip Smacking Goulash recipe

I am a hard core foodie, and travelling to numerous places have exposed my palate to numerous aromatic dished with unique flavors. It’s so elating to taste the locale dishes that are made in such a simple manner. This inspired me to try my hand on a few delicious cuisines by the recipe

I borrowed from the local chefs, and it turned out to be lip smacking. One such dish which is my all time favorite is Goulash recipe
So here I am sharing the recipe of this amazing dish. Try it and enjoy the graciousness of flavors added to it.

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 300g stir-fry beef strips or minute steak cut into strips
  • 100gm chestnut mushrooms, quartered
  • 2 tsp paprika
  • 500gm potatoes, peeled and cut into smallish chunks
  • 600ml hot beef stock (a cube is fine)
  • 500gm jar tomatoes -based cooking sauce
  • Few parsley leaves, roughly chopped
  • Yogurt, to serve

Method

The recipe is easy which can be prepared in half an hour. The above quantities are enough to serve for four people.

To start with, place a pan on the stove and pour half of the above mentioned oil in it. When the oil is sufficiently hot; fry the beef in it for around two minutes. Stir it once in halfway. You can do this in two batches to go easy and efficiently. Take out beef into a plate.

Now in the same pan, add the remaining oil and fry mushrooms in it till they give color. Don’t forget to stir or it may get overcooked from one side. Sprinkle paprika over the frying mushrooms and cook for a while.

Now add potatoes, stock and tomato sauce. Stir the contents properly and cover it to cook for around 20 minutes on low flame. (Or till potatoes turn tender)

Add the beef pieces to the pan, followed by parsley and little yogurt to it.

goulash munich

Goulash Munich | Image Resource : i.guim.co.uk

Your delicious Goulash is ready to be served. Serve it hot straight from the pan and flaunt your culinary skills with this Hungarian dish infused by paprika.

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