Brad's crock pot goulash. Seems like everyone in the Midwest has a recipe for goulash that has nothing to do with the Hungarian kind. This was my mom's recipe, which I adapted for the crock pot after living in a apartment with an unruly oven that would set off the smoke alarm no matter how often I cleaned it. This crock pot beef goulash is a Hungarian-style beef goulash with paprika, some tomato paste, and sour cream.
When stew is ready cook noodles and transfer to platter. Of course, crockpot goulash has the added benefit of using the ever-handy slow cooker to decrease prep time and increase flavor! This is one of my favorite crock pot pasta dishes. You can have Brad's crock pot goulash using 13 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Brad's crock pot goulash
- It’s 2 lbs of round steaks, cut into 3/4 inch cubes.
- Prepare 3 lbs of soup bones. mine were fairly meaty.
- Prepare 1 of med onion, chopped.
- It’s 2 of Roma tomatoes, diced.
- It’s 2 (15 oz) of cans tomato sauce.
- You need 1 tsp of each; Himalayan pink salt, McCormicks Montreal steak seaso.
- Prepare 2 tbs of Hungarian paprika.
- It’s 2 tbs of red wine vinegar.
- It’s 2 tbs of minced garlic.
- You need 3 of bay leaves.
- You need 2 tbs of stone ground mustard.
- You need 1 1/2 cups of sour cream.
- Prepare 1 pkg of pasta. either macaroni, rotini, or penne.
It's hearty, super simple to make, and makes plenty to feed your hungry crew. Crock-Pot Beef Goulash is an affordable, easy, delicious, meal that will bring back memories of your comfort food growing up. Goulash was a good staple meal for my mother to make because she didn't have to have any fancy ingredients on hand, she could use hamburger which was affordable for. This goulash recipe is something our family enjoys all year long.
Brad's crock pot goulash step by step
- Place soup bones in a large pot. Just cover with water. Cover. Bring to a boil on med high heat. Reduce to low and simmer a couple hours until meat is tender and falls off the bone..
- Place rest of ingredients, except sour cream and pasta, in a crock pot. Stir and turn on high. Cook for 4 hrs. Stir then turn to low and cook for 2 -3 more hours..
- Take all the meat from the soup bones and add to the crock pot. Discard the bones. Let the broth cool. Scrape the fat off the top. Reserve broth for future use.
- Boil pasta in salted water until al dentè. Drain but don't rinse. Stir pasta and sour cream into goulash and serve immediately..
- Garnish with hot sauce, or shredded cheese. Or a dollop of sour cream..
It is warm and comforting but light enough to enjoy all year. Each bite is loaded with lots of ground beef and more. As the Crock-Pot Brand, we believe in nourishing meals that help make mealtime easier for everyone. Create your own with this recipe from @paulabendfeldt. Crock-Pot Pulled Pork: made this on Saturday.