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goulash

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Predictably, all that Revolution proved is that you cannot make goulash in 13 minutes.
Beisl, or bistros, may have as many as a dozen goulashes on their menus and I believe that nobody - not even the Italians - understand calf's liver as Austrians do.
HE'S PANTS: Solskjaer's late shot goes underneath Villa's Gabor Kiraly' ASTON SPILLER: Hungarian Kiraly made a right goulash of Solskjaer's injury-time effort' COMPARED: Cantona
It gives children the chance to eat tasty food such as pork, apple and sweetcorn casserole, meaty pasta bake and vegetable goulash.
Simmer for 5 minutes and serve the couscous with the goulash.
Out went the sophistication of the Hungarian goulash and in came family fun with the restaurant chain.
It will serve an American-style lunch menu and dinners that include German entrees (goulash and several types of schnitzel), seafood, dinner salads, steaks and prime rib.
Dancer Brendan Cole thought the Hungarian food goulash was the national dish of Germany.
The goulash - hot enough to raise sweat on foreheads - came with cheese and potato croquettes, soured cream and sliced, cooked garnished tomato.
Bull's Blood, though rarely seen now, is the ideal accompaniment to Hungary's national dish of paprika spiked Goulash.
The menu also lists such things as goulash, borscht and the cheese-filled sweet dumplings called vareniki.