Instant Pot Best Hungarian Goulash. When it comes to Goulash, there are two types: American Goulash (which also goes by American Chop Suey) which is simply a macaroni in a meaty tomato sauce and the REAL Goulash that is Hungarian Goulash.
And there is zero comparison in flavor as Hungarian-style wins by a landslide. Slightly reminiscent of my famed Jewish Brisket, this dish is best described as sweet & savory stew while also being super rich in flavor with meat that literally falls apart and melts in your mouth. It’s like eating meaty butter in the best gravy-like sauce ever. Herbed Lentils with Italian Sausage Recipe. See Full Nutritional GuidelinesHide Full Nutritional Guidelines (Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.)
This hearty, flavorful stew of Italian sausages and lentils is easy to make and filling. This recipe is a perfect winter comfort food. The level of spice in the dish can be adjusted depending on the Italian sausage you use. Most Italian sausage in the United States is a pork sausage primarily seasoned with anise or fennel, but it comes in both hot or sweet varieties. See Full Nutritional GuidelinesHide Full Nutritional Guidelines (Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.)
Oktoberfest Stew with Lager and Smoked Sausage. Oktoberfest Stew by Ingrid Beer A delicious Oktoberfest stew loaded with rich savory flavors, perfect for celebrating the festive aspects of Oktoberfest, and for warming the belly and comforting the soul anytime!
Yield: Serves 4-6 Nutrition Info: 327 calories Prep Time: 20 minutesCook time: 40 minutes Ingredients: • 1 tablespoon olive oil • 1 (14 ounce) package beef smoked sausage, cut into bite-size slices • 1 1/2 onion, sliced into thin semi-circles • 1/2 head small cabbage, halved again, cored and thinly sliced • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper • 1/4 teaspoon ground caraway seeds • Pinch salt • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped • 1 cup German-style lager beer (Oktoberfest variety) • 2 russet potatoes, peeled and cubed to bite-size pieces • 2 1/2 cups hot chicken stock • 1 1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar • 1 tablespoon flat-leaf parsley, chopped Preparation: -Place a medium-large pot over medium-high heat, and add the olive oil; Looking for more Oktoberfest inspired fare? Lentil & Sausage Stew. Okay, you’re really going to have to try not to judge a book by it’s cover here.
I know this Lentil & Sausage Stew isn’t the prettiest thing to look at but, OMG, it will knock the socks right off your taste buds! No joke. We’re talking insanely delicious here… like “at the end of the week I’ll be sad that there isn’t any left” delicious. But worry not, it makes a huge batch so you can always stash a few servings in the freezer for later. The recipe posted below is adapted from this Lentil Sausage Soup over on dlynz.com. The recipe makes a ton but luckily it freezes well. Okay, on to the recipe… Recipe updated 12-9-17. Stewed Beef & Rice. Stewed Beef is something I grew up eating.
Nanny cooked it and Mom cooked it but I never ran into anyone else that knew what it was. When I’d refer to “Stewed Beef” people would look at me funny and ask if I meant “Beef Stew”. So I just figured it was a family thing. Then I posted a picture on the Facebook page and asked if anyone was familiar with it and folks responded with such enthusiasm as if to say, “Duh, heifer, you ain't got a monopoly on Stewed Beef.
Where you been?!” Squeeeeeeee! So, my recipe calls for ‘Stew Meat’ which we can buy here labeled just as such but if you can’t find it, just buy a small chuck roast and cut it into chunks. And we always, always, always serve this over rice but I’m sure many of you will want to have this with mashed potatoes or egg noodles which would be perfectly lovely. Go rice. I should mention that this and cubed steak with gravy over rice tie as my very favorite meal of all time. Easy Beef Stew Recipe. A lot of stew recipes call for cooking the meat and vegetables at the same time, leaving the latter overcooked and mushy.
Here, you first braise the meat with onions in red wine and beef broth until a rich sauce develops. Then, after about an hour, add carrots, celery, and potatoes. By the time the vegetables are cooked, the beef is perfectly tender—all that’s left is to stir in some frozen peas for a little freshness and color. Spoon this rich, dark, comforting stew over egg noodles, Polenta, or our Celery Root Purée, or just pass around plenty of crusty bread to scoop up all the rich sauce. For a delicious crock-pot alternative, check out our Slow Cooker Beef Stew. Watch Lisa Lavery make this simple beef stew recipe in an episode of our Easiest Way video series.