Goulash with garden potatoes

After the initial novelty of having potatoes from the garden wore off we suddenly realised we had rather a lot of new potatoes to eat. They are, admittedly very yummy, but there’s only so many you can have…

As a result I’ve been trying to do interesting things with them and tonight’s was goulash. I first tried this fabulous meaty soup on holiday in Budapest and although my version doesn’t begin to compare it’s still pretty good.

  • Two small onions
  • clove of garlic, crushed,
  • paprika
  • Beef, I used ‘casserole steak’
  • 2 tomatoes,
  • beef stock to cover
  • tomato puree tbsp
  • red wine vinegar splash
  • potatoes from the garden
  • sour creme to serve (optional)

add your onions, garlic and beef to a saucepan with a little olive oil and cook a little before adding paprika and then all the other ingredients (except the potatoes and sour creme) leave to cook for about 2 1/2 hours then add the potatoes, add the cream just after the potatoes are cooked, before you serve. Best with bread fresh from the bread machine… yummyness…


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