When he settled here Hungary wasn’t in a good place and his parents managed to join him and spend the rest of their days here in the UK. His mother was very good in the kitchen and has left a legacy of recipes behind her, she even made her own wine …but today I am going to share an easy Hungarian Goulash slow cooker recipe adapted by myself from the original recipe
Hungarian goulash in the slow cooker
Serves 4 – Similar recipe in WeightWatchers archives shows 10 Propoints per servingIngredients 500g stewing beef cut into cubes seasoned plain flour to coat the beef in a tbsp oil to fry 1 large onion chopped 2 cloves garlic crushed 2 tbsps paprika 1 tin of chopped tomatoes or 400g fresh chopped 1 tbsp tomato puree 1 red pepper chopped 1 green pepper chopped 300 ml beef stock Salt and pepper Sour cream to serve or greek yogurt I made dumplings to serve with mine
Coat the cubed beef in the seasoned plain flour and fry in a pan in the oil to brown on all sides.
Tip into the slow cooker, using the same pan and a spray of oil or two, fry off the onion until soft and golden and add the garlic towards the end. Add to the slow cooker.
Sprinkle over the paprika, add the tomato puree, the tin of tomatoes, the chopped peppers and the beef stock.
Set on high for a couple of hours and then turn to low for another 4 hours until the beef is tender. Correct the sauce with salt and pepper if needed and if you want to make dumplings add them to the slow cooker about 20 minutes before serving
You can sprinkle with parsley or add a swirl of sour cream or Greek yogurt too.
PS If you see a sneaky courgette and cauliflower head in my photo it’s because I had the leftover and decided to serve them at the last minute ssshhhh!