Hungarian goulash


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Hungarian goulash

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(Cookery) the full name of goulash
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Noun1.Hungarian goulash - a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika
stew - food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables
beef goulash - meat is browned before stewing
pork-and-veal goulash - made with sauerkraut and caraway seeds and served with sour cream
porkholt - made of lamb or pork
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"Or, if that won't do, we might use you for a Hungarian goulash, stewed and highly spiced," she added, cruelly.
There were many options for food, however, we remembered a visit a while back to a welcoming pub called the Dog & Gun where we shared a nice and spicy Hungarian goulash - for a non Sunday Scran event - which it claims is famous.
The Heritage Menu lets you relive the hearty mountain cuisine of decades past through dishes like Hungarian goulash (1966) and pork schnitzel (1982).
Its mix of concrete Stalinist cultural institutions with sophisticated cafes serving Hungarian goulash means that it's a place to taste east and west, still with a frisson of communism in the air (visitbratislava.com).
These include Lamb Tangine (honey and apricot), Green Dragon (chilli), Hungarian Goulash (sun-dried tomatos) and Rosemary (apricot and rosemary).
Ode to American English I was missing English one day, American, really, With its pill-popping Hungarian goulash of everything from Anglo-Saxon to Zulu, because British English is not the same, if the paperback dictionary I bought at Brentano's on the Avenue l'Opera is any indication, too cultured by half.
The legendary Hungarian goulash is not to be forgotten.
Salzburger's Hungarian goulash, schnitzel, and apple strudel get rave reviews from diners, and its Bavarian Nights--a three-day buffet event featured every fall--always draws a packed house.
If the Hungarian goulash - a meaty soup, not a stew - and countless other paprika-rich offerings do not extend your waistline an inch or more, then the fine cakes and pastries will.
The uniqueness of the series is that each volume is also a stand-alone-cookbook and does not need the other books to create a wide variety of Hungarian recipes including Hungarian Goulash and Chicken Paprikash.

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