Cooking goulash for whole crew

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08.12.2020



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Goulash is a dish originating from medieval Hungary. It is a soup made of meat and vegetables, seasoned with paprika and many other spices. Goulash is a popular meat eaten in Central and Eastern Europe.

Ingredients:
1kg good beef
some cooking oil for cooking
1 big onion
2tbsp sugar
2 cloves garlic
1tbsp garlic powder
2tsp cumin seeds
Some water (to cover the meat)
Salt
2 bouillon cubes
2tbsp paprika powder
black pepper
bay leaf (or maybe two)
some wheat flour
1tbsp marjoram
Bread and butter for buterbrod

Cooking takes 3-5h depending on your hunger

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