Does anyone have a good paleo Goulash recipe? I've really gotten into making stews lately, and I want to try some goulash. If it's got potatoes in it, bonus points.
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on September 11, 2010
at 03:39 PM
Goulash: Original Guly??s hus from Hungary
Traditionally, the cattle herders meat was made without pepper and tomato, but today it's the classic recipe.
- 500g onions, coarsely chopped
- 1-2 garlic cloves
- 100g lard
- 3 tablespoons tomato paste
- 1 kg beef (preferably from pastured beef)
- 1 tablespoon paprika (more or less hot...)
- some cumin, salt, lemon peel
- (4 tablespoons sour cream)
Cut the onions roughly and with the crushed garlic in lard fry (not too dark). Add tomato paste and the diced meat and stir thoroughly. Sprinkle pepper over the meat, deglaze with a little water. In the closed pot simmer until the meat is cooked (depends on the meat, about 1-1 1 / 2 hours). If necessary, add evaporated water. A little cumin and lemon peel (untreated) and add salt. Season with pepper and salt. You might want before serving stir in the sour cream.
Serve with salad or baked cauliflower.
(Recipe from "die 100 ber??hmtesten rezepte der welt" by Roland G????ck)
Without nightshades, lemon peel and sour cream this ist perhaps what the cattle herders made...