bean goulash
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The Perfect Bean Goulash

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Bab Gulyas —or Bean goulash as it’s called outside of Hungary— is one of our favorite Hungarian dishes. It’s also Hungary’s most celebrated dish.

After the restriction, some discarded foods are returning to the diet. Lunch reopens the welcome door to starchy vegetables. You can cook peas, beans or brown rice. However, it is important not to combine them with strong proteins. It can sometimes with meat, but with some lighter ones, such as chicken or turkey. It is best to prepare them without meat.

My family loves the traditional ways of these beans so I’ll write it down and you omit the pork and put on chicken or whatever you like.

We were by the river today and cooked an extra delicious bean made on a wood fire in a cast iron enamel cauldron.

It was amazing playing, swimming and cooking together bean goulash with all my family.

This is a favorite in our home, especially when we are camping. Be creative with the ingredients. This recipe requires 0 cooking skills but tastes like great comfort food. All measurements are estimates because you can add as much or as little as you like.

The Perfect Bean Goulash

Ingredients:

50 dkg fresh pork meat (it could be leg or crop)

50 dkg smoked meat (as you like, it could be boney)

30 dkg dry beansbean goulash

10 dkg bacon

1 big onion

3 clove garlic

olive oil

salt

1 tbsp sweet paprika powder

red paprika

1-2 pieces of hot green paprika

1 white paprika

1 tomato

some condiments

A half teaspoon black pepper

bean goulash

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Directions:

Water the bean and the smoked meat the night before the cooking separately.

Simmer the chopped onion, the paprika (not the hot one) and the bacon, and get it off the fire. Add the paprika powder, the pepper, the condiments, the chopped tomato the crushed garlic, water it, and boil it again (it will be like the stew) and add the bean and the chopped smoked meat.

Taste and adjust saltiness.

Be careful with the salt, because the smoked meat is salty! Water it to obscure the stuff. Boil it to half-soft, add the meat to it, and boil it again. When it’s ready, water it, and boil it again, until it has no much soup.

Slice the hot paprika, and sprinkle onto the goulash. You don’t have to if you prefer not hot goulash.

bean goulash

It’s a hearty and flavorful dish that is best shared with your loved ones!

Make some salad and enjoy :).

We made a salad from tomato, onion, and paprika.

Pork Stew with Bacon

The Perfect Bean Goulash

This recipe requires 0 cooking skills but tastes like great comfort food. All measurements are estimates because you can add as much or as little as you like.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time2 hrs 30 mins
Total Time2 hrs 40 mins
Course: lunch
Cuisine: European
Keyword: bean, garlic, goulash, onion
Servings: 6 people
Author: Tina

Ingredients

  • 50 dkg pork meat
  • 50 dkg smoked meat
  • 30 dkg dry beans
  • 10 dkg bacon
  • 1 big onion
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • olive oil
  • salt
  • 1 tbsp sweet paprika powder
  • 1 red paprika
  • 1-2 pieces of hot green paprika
  • 1 white paprika
  • 1 tomato
  • some condiments
  • A half teaspoon black pepper

Instructions

  • Water the bean and the smoked meat the night before the cooking separately.
  • Simmer the chopped onion, the paprika (not the hot one) and the bacon, and get it off the fire. 
  • Add the paprika powder, the pepper, the condiments, the chopped tomato the crushed garlic, water it, and boil it again 
  • Add the bean and the chopped smoked meat.
  • Taste and adjust saltiness.
  • Water it to obscure the stuff. Boil it to half-soft, add the meat to it, and boil it again. 
  • When it’s ready, water it, and boil it again, until it has no much soup.
  • Slice the hot paprika, and sprinkle onto the goulash.

Tina

Founder of Chrono Diet

 

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