Hungarian Goulash

Hungarian Goulash

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 1 hrs 40 mins
  • Servings: 8
  • About This Recipe

    “This is a hearty dish to serve over noodles. The guys really go for this. Tastes very good.”


  • 3lbsbeef chuck, cut in 1 inch cubes
  • 1/4 cupflour
  • 1/4 cupoil
  • 3cupssliced onions
  • 1tablespoonpaprika
  • 1teaspoonsalt
  • pepper
  • 1 (10ounce) cans beef broth
  • Directions

  • Roll beef cubes in flour.
  • Heat oil in dutch oven and brown beef on all sides.
  • Add onions, paprika, salt, pepper, and beef broth.
  • Cover and cook over low heat for 1/ 1/2 hours or until tender.
  • Reviews

  • “I have been making this for years, but the last half hour I add cut carrots & potatoes, And sometimes I add dumplings,1 egg 1 tbsp. water and flour to make a light dough, drop by tsp.into Goulash the last 10 minutes.”

  • “Hey MizzNezz,What a delight to see an authentic Goulash recipe, after all the macaroni/burger things I’ve seen online. This is the way my Austro-Hungarian mother made it, perhaps with a few caraway seeds thrown in. Thank you!”

  • “Also terrific over rice. And yes to other reviewer its great with venison but I add some carrot.”

  • “I agree this was very simple and delicious.It is a keeper.”

  • “A+++This was great! Added water periodically to keep from sticking. Just like I remember my mom making. It was easy to prepare and had a good flavor. Meat was nice and tender, altho I didn’t cook quite as long. (My meat was cubed a little smaller.) I wonder how this would be with venison???”

  • “Very easy to prepare and the whole family loved it.I served it over egg noodles.It is now in our dinner rotation!Thanks.”

  • “Made this for a gathering the other night.The pot was scraped clean.Even my 10 yr old loved it – especially nice over noodles.I was hoping to have some leftovers but no such luck.My daughter asked me to make it again today.”

  • “I just made this and not only is it extremely simple, it is so GOOD! My hubby LOVED it! I served it over rotini noodles with french bread. YUM! I used extra lean stew meat and cooked it about 30 minutes longer to ensure fork tender meat. PERFECT! Thanks Mizznezz for the recipe!”

  • “I can’t begin to describe how devine this dish is! I have never tasted anything to fabulous in my whole life! My fiance and I thank you MizzNezz! (I can’t even say I tweeked this recipe. Made exactly as written out, it turns out perfectly!)”

  • “Yummy and easy!!That’s the epitome of a wonderful meal.My skinny aunt had seconds!!Thanks, MizzNezz!”

  • “Just a note…as a hungarian we making this dish for years. Its a soup like dish, what hungarians eat with fresh bread. The dish itself is an authetic hungarian cowboy soup. Gulash=people who attend to cattle.”