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Goulash is a big bowl of comfort! We used Hungarian paprika and caraway to make this rich tomato beef stew. Hungarian paprika is bright and mildly sweet, while the caraway is nutty and earthy. Both of these serve as an excellent base to bring out the hearty flavors of the beef and the tomato’s umami character. When you’re looking for something rich and flavorful, goulash is a perfect answer.

This meal is made of kitchen staples, which is perfect for when you have no idea what to cook. Chances are, you’ve got most of the ingredients already on hand! Goulash is delicious with your carb of choice. Potatoes, pasta, rice or root vegetables all work equally well. For our photo-shoot, we used egg noodles as a family favorite.


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