YES!!!! There is Gulash with beans in it! Called "Babgulyás"! It is more a soup than a stew if we want to be exact. There is a misunderstanding between gulash and "gulyas". Hunarians call their favourite soup gulyás-leves, and most of the foriners mix it up (and sadly we do not corredt them!) with an other meal called "pörkölt" or "paprikás" what is a stew.
To mix you up guys even more, the interesting thing is, they are mostly the same, just the soup version has more stuff in it, like potatoes, carrots, celery leafs and celeriac, and more water! :) Or beans, if it is a (bean)-babgulyás!
What you all call gulash is not the real thing, if we talk about a hungarian meal!
I will put on this site the real "gulash" what is made of beef, pork or chicken and called "pörkölt".
It is a hard name, this is why everybody says gulash! :)
Oh, and I never ever ever have seen any kind of lemon or lemon zest in hungarian soup or stew!!!!! This is sure! Also we do not use butter for cooking meat, just fat or oil.
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YES!!!! There is Gulash with beans in it! Called "Babgulyás"! It is more a soup...