Recipes with Beef goulash (Page 4)

Goulash in baking oven
Goulash in baking oven Goulash in the baking oven can also be prepared easily in larger quantities. Preheat baking oven to 200° C. ...
Goulash mushroom soup
Goulash mushroom soup is prepared with fresh mushrooms and tastes particularly strong. For the goulash mushroom soup, first cut the beef goulash into smaller cubes so that it is cooked faster and can be eaten better with a spoon. ...
Goulash Noodle Casserole
Goulash Noodle Casserole For the goulash noodle casserole cut onions and garlic into cubes. Brown beef goulash in oil. ...
Goulash Sauerkraut Soup
Goulash Sauerkraut Soup The goulash sauerkraut soup tastes very hot due to the addition of Piri Piri. If you don't like it so fiery, Piri Piri can also be replaced by some chili powder or a pinch of cayenne pepper. ...
Goulash soup
Goulash soup is a popular classic of German cuisine. This bound goulash soup tastes particularly strong and spicy. ...
Goulash soup in pressure cooker
Goulash soup in pressure cooker needs only 12 minutes stewing time to become tender. Cut the goulash into smaller cubes. ...
Goulash soup with bread
Goulash soup with bread For goulash soup with bread cut beef goulash and pork goulash into small cubes. Cut onions and garlic into fine cubes. ...
Goulash soup with bread dumplings
Goulash soup with bread dumplings For the goulash soup with bread dumplings cut half a red and half a green pepper, onions and garlic into small cubes. Cut the chilli pod into rings and remove the white seeds. ...
Goulash soup with chanterelles
Goulash soup with chanterelles For goulash soup with chanterelles it is best to use dried chanterelles as they give off a particularly intense aroma. Lightly cover the chanterelles with water and set aside. ...

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