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Bunny Momma Hungarian Goulash
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Bunny Momma Hungarian Goulash
 
Date Added: December 13, 2008
Category: Bunnys Recipes
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Serves: 0
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Ingredients:

1 cup beef stock 
2 Bay leaves 
4 tablespoons REAL sweet Hungarian paprika in the red can
1/2 T chopped red peppers
1 red bell pepper diced
2 tablespoons bacon fat/butter
2 large onions diced 
3-4 lb Chuck Roast cubed
1 T caraway seed crushed
1 T dried marjoram 
4 clove garlic, minced 
2 Cans diced tomatoes
3 Medium potatoes, peeled and cubed 
1 Serrano Pepper seeded and chopped
Salt and pepper to taste 


Dumplings 
2 eggs 
8-12 Tablespoons flour 
2 pinches of salt
Directions:
  1. Melt bacon fat in a large cast iron Dutch oven over medium high heat. Add cubed Chuck Roast to pot and brown. Add onions, chopped red peppers and salt and pepper to taste, sauté for 15 minutes or until soft. Stir in crushed caraway seed, marjoram, Serrano pepper, red bell pepper, garlic, bay leaves and 3T paprika and continue to cook for 5-10 minutes, do not let the mixture burn. Add the 2 cans of chopped tomatoes and the beef stock to the pot. Bring the mixture to a boil and then cover and lower the heat to maintain a simmer for 2 hours. If need be you can place the Dutch oven into a 275 degree oven for 2 hours. After the 2 hours add potatoes and cook until tender. Another 45 minutes to 1 hour. Once the goulash is fully cooked reseason with 1T paprika and a pinch of the other spices before adding the dumpling mixture. Mix dumpling mix together thoroughly then add by 1/2 Tablespoon sized drops into the goulash. Pour some of the broth over the dumplings and continue to cook for another 10 minutes for so. Serve with Corn Bread and enjoy.

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Added On: December 13, 2008
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