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Zsa-Zsa's Secret <3 Potion Revealed! Real Hungarian Goulash Recipe

Hi all! We have something very special for you that we were crafting behind the scenes for a long time. Finally it's here!  Zsa-Zsa Gabor's "secret potion" recipe for Hungarian Goulash.  It was a dish that she used to attach her husbands to herself and she had experience - 8 husbands!  When she didn't want these men around she'd just stop making goulash and they'd disappear!

 

Our dear friend Maria Negulescu a wonderful award winning artist and a very creative lady, who works and lives in New York City. She shared this recipe and her art with us via video tutorial.  Catch it and get the recipe instructions below. Be sure to check out her work, which is also available @bluecashewkitchen

 

 

 

 

Don't forget this is an epic, healthy and hearty dish to make not a fast food, but real slow cooking!  The most important secret here is the right timing, the results will be worth it! Just right for that intimate romantic dinner.

 

 

HUNGARIAN GOULASH RECIPE

 

Ingredients:

2 Fenhel

6-7 Potatoes

5 Carrots

 1 bunch Celery

2 Green Peppers

1 Hot Red Pepper

2 Garlic 

1 can Tomato Sauce

3-4 lb of Beef (or 2-3 lb Mushroom for vegetarian option)

 

Herbs and spices to add in abundance:

Parsley

Rosemary

Thyme

Chives

Oregano

4 table spoons of Paprika

Black Pepper

2 Bay Leafs

1/2 bottle of Beer

4 tsp of Butter

Oil

 

To Prepare:

Cube and sear the meat in a pot for 15 minutes. Set it aside in a bowl to chill.  Chop all the vegetables and herbs to equal bite sizes DON'T CHOP THE HOT PEPPER!  Sear the onions separately first with a bit of oil. In the large pot combine the onions, veggies and herbs with just enough water to cover it. Add the beer and the butter. Cook together for 1.5 hours.  Add the meat and cook on medium heat for another 45 minutes until its soft and tender. Stir often. Don't forget to take out the hot pepper after 20 or so minutes! Now add the potatoes and cook for another 30-45 minutes. Add the tomato sauce stirring occasionally and let it simmer with a cover for another 

30 minutes.

 

 

 

Happy Romance!

 

The Table Tribe 

 

 

 

 

 

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