Goulash Recipe | Vegan One Pot Wonder | THE HAPPY PEAR


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  1. i'm hungarian and i never liked goulash because of the beef. but you guys made me love it!! i already made this recipe several times, and this is what i cook for my foreign friends when i wanna show them a hungarian dish. thanks to you, great job! 😀

  2. Ingredients:
    1 onion – sliced
    3 cloves of garlic – finely chopped
    2 tbsp oil
    1 carrot – chopped
    4 small potatoes
    chestnut mushrooms
    2 bell peppers (red & yellow)
    2 tbsp tamari
    1 tsp smoked paprika
    1 tbsp cumin
    ½ tsp cinnamon
    1 tin beans – rinced
    1 can chopped tomatoes
    2 bay leaves
    400 ml (?) veg stock
    3 tbsp tomato pure
    ½ tsp black pepper
    handful of spinach

  3. This recipe is epic. I added some hot chilli powder to give it a kick, may add some pearl barley next time to thicken it up further! Loving the recipes guys, just bought all your books so looking forward to trying more!

  4. Most of this ingredients are NEVER used in traditional Hungarian kitchen. Please don't call it Hungarian. There are so many vegan or vegetarian Hungarian vegan recipes, that you could make, don't make yourself look like you you know what you are doing. (and contact me for some real Hungarian vegan stuff) 😀

  5. Hey guys! Traditionally we would use lard, alternatively sunflower oil for sauteing the onions in gulyás=goulash. No mushrooms but meat (obviously not for us), absolutely no bell peppers but the light yellow Turkish kind of pepper that we have in Hungary, no courgette. We would add parsley root and celeriac (local produce), no tamari 🙂 No smoked paprika, we'd rather cook it in a cauldron (I like cooking outside as well as smoked paprika though) no cumin, go with caraway, it is more accessible here and no cinnamon either. Cinnamon is a distinctly sweet flavour here. No tinned tomatoes or spinach but probably chopped fresh tomatoes. Actually, we have two goulashes, one made with beans and the other is with meat only. In fact, goulash is a meat dish, like a stew and Goulash soup is the soup with vegetables and homemade dumplings (nokedli).

    This rather looks like a Mexican dish to me 🙂 I mean, I love your channel, but this is definitely not a Hungarian dish. Of course, this could be called a Hungarian inspired dish as everybody is entitled to his/her goulash 🙂 No offence, just sayin. Anyway, I will try this recipe and let you know how it went 🙂

  6. ideal for me as Iam down to my one last pot, burned the rest of them as I usuallydo my only fault , lols gotta have one flaw, lol burning saucepans s my thang,  wont find faults with yr videos be here all day if so lol hahaha have a niiice day U2. Remain Positive. !!

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