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Delicious Goulash

  • Prep 20 min
  • Total 3 hr 20 min
  • Ingredients 10
  • Servings 6

Ingredients

2
lbs of roast beef or beef loin, thawed
2
medium onions, chopped
2
medium sweet red bell peppers, cut into julienne strips
2
beef bouillon cubes
1
small bowl peas
10
or12 baby potatoes or 3 large red potatoes
1
cup water
1
cup red wine
Salt, as desired
Pepper, as desired

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Never place frozen meat in your slow cooker.

The first time I made this recipe I used a traditional pot and yes, it was delicious, just like my mother used to make it. But when I discovered making the same recipe in a slow cooker, the difference was like night and day. The meat is so tender and delicious that it feels like it’s melting in your mouth, not to mention the sauce, as slow cooking allows it the perfect consistency and concentration of flavors. This is a fabulous recipe. It’s a dish with a sophisticated touch. However, it remains a very practical stew. There’s nothing better than a simple Goulash to make us look good. It’s the perfect dish to honor your family or guests, perfect for lunch or dinner and goes well with succulent white rice and a traditional salad. You will discover how this recipe is made in the stress-free environment of your own kitchen, where everything is more relaxed, except the desire to start digging in. But, no rush!

Ideally, should not be prepared in a hurry, so mix all your ingredients and go run your errands. This slow cooking method guarantees the perfect combination of flavor and texture.

If you rather a somewhat thicker sauce, you can add a can of tomatoes and 1/2 a teaspoon of flour. I hope you like it!

Directions

  • 1 Dice the meat 1/2 inch per side; place in slow cooker.
  • 2 Stir in the chopped onion, the peppers, the two beef bouillon cubes and the peas; stir.
  • 3 Stir in the water, the wine and the potatoes. Mix everything well. Please make sure that water just reaches the level of the meat, but doesn’t cover it.
  • 4 Lastly, add salt and pepper as desired.
  • 5 Set your slow cooker to low or medium heat for three hours.

The first time I made this recipe I used a traditional pot and yes, it was delicious, just like my mother used to make it. But when I discovered making the same recipe in a slow cooker, the difference was like night and day. The meat is so tender and delicious that it feels like it’s melting in your mouth, not to mention the sauce, as slow cooking allows it the perfect consistency and concentration of flavors. This is a fabulous recipe. It’s a dish with a sophisticated touch. However, it remains a very practical stew. There’s nothing better than a simple Goulash to make us look good. It’s the perfect dish to honor your family or guests, perfect for lunch or dinner and goes well with succulent white rice and a traditional salad. You will discover how this recipe is made in the stress-free environment of your own kitchen, where everything is more relaxed, except the desire to start digging in. But, no rush!

Rate and Comment

Marcela Lara Marcela Lara
September 28, 2015

The first time I made this recipe I used a traditional pot and yes, it was delicious, just like my mother used to make it. But when I discovered making the same recipe in a slow cooker, the difference was like night and day. The meat is so tender and delicious that it feels like it’s melting in your mouth, not to mention the sauce, as slow cooking allows it the perfect consistency and concentration of flavors. This is a fabulous recipe. It’s a dish with a sophisticated touch. However, it remains a very practical stew. There’s nothing better than a simple Goulash to make us look good. It’s the perfect dish to honor your family or guests, perfect for lunch or dinner and goes well with succulent white rice and a traditional salad. You will discover how this recipe is made in the stress-free environment of your own kitchen, where everything is more relaxed, except the desire to start digging in. But, no rush!