Bavarian Goulash

A favorite here.

A Jeanne in the Kitchen

Goulash is a beef and vegetable stew that has been a main staple of many European countries since around the 9th century.  It is a staple in the diets of Hungarians, Germans, and many of the Slovic counties.  Hungry for Hungarian  Sometimes you will hear goulash referred to as Hungarian goulash and other times, as Bavarian goulash, but they are basically the same dish, with various regional differences.  It is a hearty stew made with meats and hearty vegetables.   Hearty vegetables are the only vegetables that are suitable for the harsh, rural conditions and cold climates of these regions.  There are many dishes from these areas that are made from either potatoes or beets, since both are staples in the German, Bavarian, and Hungarian diets.   Goulash is never eaten on its own.  It is always served with either potatoes, noodles, dumplings or rice.

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  1. Thank you for the reblog on this dish too. 🙂

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