Dutch Reyveld Recipe

Dutch's EASY-EASY Hungarian Goulash

By Dutch Reyveld Dutchr

Recipe Rating:
 6 Ratings
Prep Time:
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Dutch's Story

In my never-ending quest for things that taste GOOD and are easy, I found this Hungarian Goulash Recipe. It's better than many I've tried.


2 lb
beef chuck roast or stew meat, cubed
large onion, diced
1/2 c
2 Tbsp
worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp
brown sugar
1 1/2 tsp
2 tsp
sweet paprika
1/2 tsp
dry mustard powder
1 1/4 c
1/4 c
all purpose flour
1 pkg
wide egg noodles (optional)

Directions Step-By-Step

Place the roast in your slow cooker and cover w/ the diced onion.
In a medium bowl, stir together the ketchup, one cup of water and the spices. Mix well and pour over the meat.
Cook on low 5~6hrs or until very tender. I was in a hurry and did it on high for 4 1/2hrs.
When it's done, make a slurry of the remaining 1/4C. water and 1/4C all purpose flour. Stir in and cook 10~15min on high or until sauce thickens. I served mine over wide egg noodles.
I've had some pretty good Goulashes over the years and this one rates right up there.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #easy, #slow, #cooker

  • Comments

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    Deneece Gursky Smokeygirlxo - Jul 11, 2011
    oh wow dutch this seems to be easy to make and made with things i normally have on hand! thanks so much for sharing this! i love different things to cook up! : ) saved!!
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    Dutch Reyveld Dutchr - Jul 11, 2011
    I think you'll like this...Just couldn't be any easier and it has a very rich flavor...
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    Deneece Gursky Smokeygirlxo - Jul 11, 2011
    i am sure i will! and my family will love the new addition to the meals : )
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    Mary Beam ciaoitalia - Jul 12, 2011
    This sounds so good! Do you have a preference of the roast over the stew beef?
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    Dutch Reyveld Dutchr - Jul 12, 2011
    Tell ya the truth Mary...I had a small roast and a pack of stew meat...Cut/mixed 'em...I sure couldn't tell the difference...It's all so tender from the c/pot and flavorful from the sauce...NOT necessary to use any expensive meat! I meant to post a pic of it, have to get it out of my camera and I will...