Friday, March 26, 2010

Oma's Goulash

This is the goulash that my Oma always made. It has very few ingredients but the flavor is so good. This recipe stems back from Russia, trekked across Europe to Germany, then to Paraguay and finally Canada. Needless to say that her family has been eating this for generations. You can serve this Rice, Pasta your choice, and a simple salad.
  • 1 lb round steak cubed, or use stewing beef cubed into smaller chunks
  • 1 small can of tomato sauce
  • 1 cup of cream, or if you must go lighter, milk, but it is so good with the cream
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 heaping tbsp flour
In a pot brown the beef cubes well. Add barely enough water to cover the meat and cook until tender. About 40 minutes to an hour depending on the meat.
Mix flour with cold water and add the paste to the meat. Cook for a few minutes.
Add the tomato sauce, and the cream.
Heat through and season to taste.
......so Kinder jetzt essen (so children let's eat)


11 comments:

  1. Ach ya, dass schmeck gut. Danke fur das receipt.

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  2. Sounds rib-sticking good.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  3. There are so many variations of goulash. This is one I haven't seen, but it sounds very tasty. I can't wait to try it.

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  4. Sauces with cream just have to be good. I haven't had goulash in years. Kathy

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  5. I've never made goulash exactly like this Char. .but it sounds so easy and I know my kids would enjoy it. . over noodles.

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  6. This looks like real good comfort food!

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  7. while this sounds interesting, I;m not sure I'd go as far as Susan "schmeck gut"

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  8. I've never tried goulash but I like all the ingredients.
    Those old recipes passed down through the generations are good ones! This one travelled through a few countries:)

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  9. Just thought I'd let you know I'm making this right now for our dinner tonight. I ended up adding onions to the meat because I really love onions :0)
    I'm sure we'll all enjoy it...

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  10. never heard of it, but definelye worth try

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  11. I didn't have much in the house to make supper, so I went to my favorite site for inspiration. You did it again. We loved it!! THANKS

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