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Beef Goulash



Instructions:
# Hash the beef goulash.
# Put the vegetable oil into a pot, when it turns red-hot add the meat, cook over high heat without covering the lid and stirring time to time.
# When the water starts to evaporate, add the finely diced onion, mix and cover the lid on.
# Remove the seeds of the peppers and slice them. When the onion gets par cooked, add the pepper slices.
# Turn the heat to low, add 1 cup hot water, cover the lid on. Cook over low heat for 25 minutes without uncovering.
# At the end of the time, add salt, cover the lid on again and cook for about 5-10 more minutes, remove from the stove.
# When the vapour of the meal goes away from the lid, uncover it, and place the meal on the service plate. You can add fries while serving.


Note: This recipe is from Hungary.


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1.10 pounds beef goulash
1 big onion
1 big tomato
5 long green peppers
1 tbsp tomato paste
7 tbsp vegetable oil
2 tsp salt
1 cup hot water