Czech goulash soup. There you have it, goulash soup. I have to admit that when I make something and the recipe calls for salami or some kind of smoked meat I resort to using spicy chorizo, I know it is clearly not a Czech ingredient, I love the taste and the spiciness of it, and I have found a variety that is not fatty at all and packs a nice punch plus it doesn. If the details vary, this goulash soup almost always contains meat, or sometimes beans like in Hungarian goulash.
Add ingredients from cans, diced tomatoes, tomato soup, and catsup; stir mixture well. Finally add all the spices as measured, the vinegar and the WHISKEY! Check and stir frequently to prevent the bottom from scorching or burning. You can cook Czech goulash soup using 10 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Czech goulash soup
- You need of Small onion.
- You need of garlic.
- Prepare of Potatoes.
- You need of Carrot.
- Prepare of Mushrooms (optional).
- It’s of minced meat (beef or a mix of pork&beef).
- Prepare of sweet paprika.
- You need of salt and pepper.
- You need of olive oil.
- You need of beef (or vegetable) stock.
Peel the potatoes, and cut them also into small pieces. It presents a thick soup made of meat and vegetables, preferably beef. Today, I honour my living in beautiful Prague and I give you a marvelous Czech classic – Prague Beef Goulash. The base is beef goulash/beef shank and lots of sautéed onion, even some more raw onion to serve it with.
Czech goulash soup step by step
- Dice the onion and sauté with a bit of oil until golden..
- Add minced/sliced garlic..
- Add minced meat. Cook until a bit brown..
- Sprinkle paprika. Enjoy the aroma! :).
- Add diced carrots, peeled and diced potatoes, and sliced mushrooms..
- Add salt and pepper and mix all the ingredients in the pot together for a minute or two..
- Pour in the stock and let it simmer for about 20 min (or until all your vegetables are soft)..
- That's it! Pour into a bowl and eat with a slice of rye bread. Dobrou chut'! :).
I am from Australia have made this for my czech wife and multiple czech friends who have always commended how wonderful it tastes of course have there own secrets who most if the time share for me to trial. Goulash soup is very popular in the Czech Republic and has become a traditional Czech meal. Also, it's often cooked by children in summer camps or when camping. It is also one of the most common soups served in Czech Restaurants and Pubs. This Soup is perfect the year-round, and is also perfect as After party snack!.