When I think of goulash, I think of the Hungarian Goulash my mom makes. You make think of something else when you hear the word “goulash” because there are so many varieties. Goulash originated in Hungary, but today, many countries have their own version. We at RecipeLion have collected 26 goulash recipes that have different origins and different flavors. From Hungarian goulash to American goulash to goulash soup, we have a ton of variety.
Dad’s German Goulash (shown left)
By: Anetta from The Wanderlust Kitchen
Many goulash recipes consist of meat served on noodles. Dad’s German Goulash mixes the noodles with the beef. Small elbow macaroni are the perfect size for this goulash. They fit easily on the spoon and can be gathered up with a nice piece of ground beef. This filling German goulash makes a great meal during the winter. And because it’s loaded with meat, veggies, and noodles, it’s an all-in-one meal.
Mom’s Comforting Goulash (shown top right)
By: Stacey from Southern Bite
You can count on Mom’s Comforting Goulash when you need comfort food for dinner. Cook everything in a large Dutch Oven and try to resist stealing a taste as the aroma fills your kitchen while it simmers. This old-fashioned recipe is simple to prepare and it’s inexpensive, too.
One Pot American Goulash (shown middle right)
By: Jackie from Syrup & Biscuits
The combination of soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce compliment the ground beef and macaroni in this One Pot American Goulash. It’s really easy to throw together, especially because you don’t have to cook the macaroni beforehand. Throw it in uncooked and let it cook with the rest of the ingredients in the goulash. Serve in bowls and enjoy!
Slow Cooker Goulash Soup (shown bottom right)
By: Reeni from Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice
If you’re going to be gone all day and want a home cooked meal right when you walk in the door, a slow cooker dinner is the way to go. This Slow Cooker Goulash Soup is a terrific weeknight meal that will surely warm you up. It’s a hearty soup that is especially tasty in the fall and winter months.
What meat do you use when you make goulash?