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Video: How to Make Beef Goulash

See how to make a succulent, saucy Hungarian beef stew.

 
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In this video, you’ll see how to make beef goulash, a rustic Hungarian stew inspired by the recipe of a certain famous Austrian chef. It features tender pieces of succulent beef chuck in a beautiful toasted caraway and paprika-based sauce. Serve over buttered noodles, rice, or potatoes; and garnish with sour cream and fresh marjoram. Watch the video, then get the recipe for Chef John's Beef Goulash. Mmm, it’s Old World comfort food at its finest. See more Chef John videos >>

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Jan. 24, 2015 9:29 am
Barbie sized spoon. :)
 
Gregor 
Jan. 23, 2015 2:27 pm
The title may say 'Goulash'..but under the title and video he mentions and acknowledges THIS is a stew, several times! Wonderful recipe, I would only add more onion, bell peppers, etc to make a more hearty stew, Thanks Chef. I know what to have for dinner now:)
 
Jack 
May 8, 2014 2:55 pm
Watched this video twice. Made the recipe as written. Thanks, Chef John, for giving us this great recipe(and for making it so simple to complete with success).
 
bethm 
Feb. 9, 2014 9:25 am
I love Chef John's videos. He has a great sense of humor. I've been looking for a good Hungarian Goulash recipe since a friend who used to make it died and I never got the recipe. I'm making this today. Hope it's what I was looking for. Thanks Chef John.
 
joancorcione 
Jan. 13, 2014 5:48 pm
This looks delicious! I would add sautéed fresh mushrooms with the onions. The chef does call his dish "stew" also. This sounds like a good dish on a winter's day.
 
kfokeefe13 
Jan. 12, 2014 6:49 pm
I'm a Chef John fan (try has halibut with bacon and beans!) and immediately tried this dish the day it debuted. It is both simple and awesome. I can't believe the flavors were so complex yet there wasn't a red wine or anything heavy to add besides a small amount of balsamic vinegar. After a practice first weekend run, this could be made subsequently during weeknights if the cook has 2 hours total - it's very easy and doesn't require constant attention. We didn't have the caraway seed or marjoram, but it was fabulous with Hungarian paprika, the cayenne and thyme. I added some Italian blend in a lame attempt to replace the caraway and marjoram. We dished over some whole wheat fusilli and it was incredible, but tomorrow we will make if with zucchini spaghettini for a healthy kick. I would consider adding carrots and celery next time for some veggies - it definitely wouldn't ruin the dish and would add some healthy veggies to this winter dish!
 
SandyCo 
Jan. 12, 2014 4:46 pm
Thanks for an entertaining and educational video! I can't wait to make this - tomorrow night is the night! :) p.s. People are funny. I'm not Hungarian and not "judgey"...thanks again!!
 
Karen I 
Jan. 12, 2014 12:47 pm
Chef John, at a Hungarian market I bought two tubes of Univer Goulash Cream (one hot and one mild) Paprika Mix. Have you ever used this product? I'm wondering if this paste would take the place of the spices in your recipe. Thank you.
 
Jan. 12, 2014 10:05 am
I was wondering why couldn't I use a slow cooker? Looks delicious!! By the way I listened 2 times, I heard nothing about anger at all. I like your voice and sense of humor!!!
 
AlisonW 
Jan. 12, 2014 9:23 am
I so want to make this dish this week !
 
 
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