Goulash is a traditional Hungarian dish often made with beef, onions, peppers and tomatoes. It is often served as a stew, easy to prepare in the Dutch oven on the kamado bbq, and is a hearty and flavorful meal.
Goulash originated in Hungary in the 9th century and was originally a dish prepared by shepherds in the Puszta (the Hungarian lowlands). It was made from beef, onions and bell bell pepper, and seasoned with pepper and other spices. It was cooked in a kettle over an open fire and was often served with bread or potatoes.
Today, goulash is super popular in many parts of Europe and beyond. You can make it with a variety of meats, such as beef, pork or lamb, and some recipes also include potatoes, carrots or other vegetables.
There are many different recipes for goulash, but most involve stewing meat and vegetables in a tomato or bell pepper sauce. The dish can be seasoned with different herbs and spices, such as cumin, caraway seeds, thyme and bay leaf, depending on the taste preferences of the cook.
Goulash is a hearty meal perfect for cold days. It is also easy to make and can be prepared in large quantities, making it a popular dish for parties and gatherings.