Beef goulash

Beef goulash

Beef goulash is used exclusively for braising. You should pay attention to good quality, so that the meat does not contain so much fat and tendons. When stewing beef goulash, use as little liquid as possible and choose a low temperature so that the beef goulash does not boil but stews gently. This makes the beef goulash particularly tender.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
123 kcal
0 g
21 g
4 g

Recipes with Beef goulash

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Aussie Beef Meat Curry
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