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Athalay 
Posted: 05-Sep-2005, 03:37 PM
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I think that i will give you some good hungarian meals. The first is the goulash.
(it's very interesting... we understand two meals under the word goulash... a soup and a meat)

Gulash

This meal made in stewpott (or kettle). At first: put some fat into de kettle (about a quarter of kilo {half of a pound}) and melt it. When it hot put some onion (cut it into little pieces, 3-4 big head of onion) and start to steam it (with water that cover up the onion. Fill up if it vapour). When it started to be transparent (or veiled) we can added the spices. Its very spicy meal so put brave a lot into it:). I usually use hungarian red pepper (5-6 table-spoon) , white pepper (1 tablespoon), salt (one-two table-spoon. All in powdery). After that we mix it we can added meal (about two kilo {four pounds}). I usually use pig meal but you can use cow, sheep, etc. We fill with water the kettle until the water cover up the meal. We cook it, and when it started to soften we can use the crone of this meal... yes, the vine. Use half-dry or half-sweet red vine. We need about one litre of this... about quarter od british gallon, or a third of american gallon. Fill up the water until it cover the meal and fill if it is vapour. we nearly finished... we only have to wait until the meal will be soft. Eat whit bread and cucumber salad. Enjoy it:)

It will be about 1,5 - 2 hour long.
We need:

2 kg (four pounds) meal
3-4 onion
5-6 table-spoon hungarian red pepper (it can be hot, but its not bad smile.gif )
1 tablespoon white pepper
1-2 table-spoon salt
2 bottle of red vine (half-dry or half sweet)

If do you have any questions, put in this topic smile.gif


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Posted: 05-Sep-2005, 04:00 PM
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Thank you Athalay! I think Eastern Europian cooking is a world in it's self and Hungarian cooking holds a high place on my plate! Do you have more to share?


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Posted: 06-Sep-2005, 05:31 AM
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Yes smile.gif In this days I have to make my join to university but if I have a little time I will write some another. And sorry the grammatical... :S
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QUOTE (Athalay @ 05-Sep-2005, 03:37 PM)
I think that i will give you some good hungarian meals. The first is the goulash.
(it's very interesting... we understand two meals under the word goulash... a soup and a meat)


MMMMMMMM!!!!! Wow! This is brave food, strong and to the point. Makes me think of catching a good tall horse, and galloping east into the steppes looking for trouble. smile.gif The goulash must smell wonderful while it is cooking. So good to add that cool cucumber salad with it too.

I must try this.

And good luck to you, entering the university.
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Posted: 03-Nov-2005, 01:40 AM
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So now i have a little time to write you. But i don't know the next food... what type do you want? Soup? Meal? Other? smile.gif
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Why not start with your favorite recipe?
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