Goulash is a Hungarian soup or stew served with bread and rice. Although this food does not have a very attractive name, but it is very delicious and fragrant. Although goulash is a Hungarian national dish, it is popular in Central and Southern Europe as well as in Scandinavia.
Goulash stew is made with red meat, tomatoes, bell peppers, garlic and flour. Depending on your taste, you can increase or decrease the seasonings and spices used in this food. Red meat is rich in protein and this substance is necessary for the growth of hair and fresh and healthy facial skin. Also, the protein in this food prolongs the digestion process and makes you feel full during the day. Goulash means shepherd in Hungarian. Because in ancient times, shepherds cooked this food in a pot on the fire. This dish has a different recipe in each region of Hungary and can be added to vegetables such as carrots, potatoes and… .
- Mutton or beef thigh: 1 kg
- Oil: 1 cup
- Fried onions: 2 or 3 tablespoons
- Chopped garlic: 3 cloves
- Tomatoes: 500 g
- Sweet pepper: 3 pcs
- Flour: 1 tbsp
- Tomato paste: 2 tbsp
- Salt: To the extent necessary
- Pepper: To the extent necessary
- Turmeric: To the extent necessary
Chop the meat and wash it. Place the meat with the onion in a frying pan over medium heat.
Put the lid on the frying pan and wait for the broth to drain.
Add 2-3 glasses of water to the meat and let it cook. Be careful not to crush the meat.
Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice.
Pour the pepper over the meat and reduce the gas.
Pour two tablespoons of oil into a frying pan and fry the flour with it. (Until the smell of flour rises)
Then pour the flour into the meat pan and add the tomato paste.
Mix the ingredients thoroughly and allow the broth to evaporate completely.
Pour some beer on the tomatoes and peel the tomatoes.
Peel a squash, grate it and slice it. (Do not slice the tomatoes.
Add the tomatoes to the goulash and add salt and pepper to the food.
Be careful not to crush the tomatoes.
Once the food is set, you can serve it with bread or rice.