Goulash recipes

    Find traditional Hungarian goulash recipes as well as quicker versions for a family pleasing midweek supper. We also have easy goulash recipes for the slow cooker, to come home to the ultimate warming supper.

    43 recipes



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    141 reviews

    This is a very rich and flavourful slow cooker stew with a thick, red, smoky tasting sauce. Great for making a day ahead and reheating. Instead of pasta, you can serve over rice or potatoes.

    Recipe by: jellicle

    491 reviews

    A simple, yet incredibly hearty Hungarian-inspired meal. Sauteed minced beef is simmered with macaroni, tomatoes, paprika, chilli and garlic. Enjoy with fresh bread.

    Recipe by: Cheryle

    36 reviews

    A favourite at our house - a yummy rich goulash minus the meat. Serve with rice, pasta or potatoes. You can substitute the Quorn for tofu that's been shallow fried or sliced mushrooms. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe by: BUTTERCUP8

    4 reviews

    A hearty goulash is sure to satisfy even the biggest hunger! This recipe combines beef sausages with tomatoes and peppers to give a very pleasing overall result. Serve this Hungarian dish over noodles or potatoes.

    Recipe by: jean.isacke

    3 reviews

    Beautiful family dish perfect for winter nights. Make sure you have a French stick or garlic bread to dip...heaven!

    Recipe by: taylorashley

    2 reviews

    This goulash is cooked in its own juices. Best if slow cooked for two to three hours, so plan enough time or make it the day before because when it's been warmed up it tastes even better. Spätzle (South German pasta) or polenta go really well with it.

    Recipe by: barbarella

    4 reviews

    A simple goulash recipe - needs some time as the beef needs to stew slowly for about 1-1 1/2 hours, so you just need to plan ahead a little. This goes well with noodles, mash or dumplings.

    Recipe by: FritzM

    3 reviews

    I have yet another great creation for your seder table. Turkey is not only economical but this recipe is easy to prepare and above all straight forward to serve. It will keep well on the hot plate so if you spend more time than expected discussing the delights of the Haggadah story, it will not spoil.

    Recipe by: deniseskitchen

    9 reviews

    A hearty home cooked favourite of mine, straight out of my grandma's kitchen. I hope you like it, too!

    Recipe by: bakermama

    314 reviews

    This classic dish is warming and delicious. My mum made this when we were children, and we loved it. Can be made with cheaper cuts of beef, and comes out very tender. If it gets too thick, add a little water while it's cooking. Garnish with crème fraîche or soured cream.

    Recipe by: ENVIRO2

    2 / 5

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