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Posted 2131 days ago
This meal was stunning,I will be cooking this again soon
Posted 2178 days ago
love this recipe.....

can i also just say is there any need to be rude ladies??
Posted 2271 days ago
Another good thing is to invest in a set of measuring cups. I've had them for the 40 years I've been cooking and they come it sets 1/4, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4 and 1 cup sizes.
Posted 2272 days ago
If you google "standard measurement cup", Wikipaedia tells you there is no international standard measurement! That aside, lots of us drink from mugs these days and might not even own a cup. Perhaps the section on "slow cooker basics" could explain (a) that a cup usually means 250ml of liquid and (b) that absolute precision doesn't matter.
Posted 2273 days ago
For the love of God, I don't believe someone didn't know what a cup was. A CUP not a MUG. I was absolutely amazed that someone could leave such a comment. If you're unsure Google.
Posted 2290 days ago
1 Cup is an actual measurement!! The cup is a customary unit of measurement for volume, used in cooking to measure liquids (fluid measurement) and bulk foods such as granulated sugar (dry measurement). This measure is usually used as an informal unit in cooking recipes where precision is rarely required. The standard NZ/Australia cup is 250 ml

Actual cups used in a household in any country may differ from the cup size used for recipes; standard measuring cups, often calibrated in fluid measure and weights of usual dry ingredients as well as in cups, are available.
Posted 2294 days ago
Posted 2328 days ago
Nice recipe but for the love of god, put actual measurements. 1 Cup of sour cream, is that a tea cup, large mug, small mug?? Would help a lot as this can ruin a meal.
Cafe Pete
Posted 2350 days ago
Sounds great. What a simple recipe.
Definitely will try it.
Posted 2468 days ago
wow - gorgeous !! put a few button mushrooms in and some chilli flakes as a kicker - sumptous !
Posted 2473 days ago
I can't tell you how much I love this recipe. Such a doddle to make, and delicious.
Posted 2473 days ago
800g is probably enough for 4. For 6 people, i would cook 1kg of steak.
helen coates-jones
Posted 2474 days ago
Is this recipe enough for six people
Posted 2494 days ago
I made this today but added some red wine and beef stock (to make sure all the ingredients were covered once in the slow cooker) Needed then to add a bit more paprika. I served it with noodles and the soured cream as a topping with paprika sprinkled over, also served with green runner beans. Absolutely delicious, maybe I will be brave next time and make it without adding the extra liquid.
Posted 2595 days ago
no water addtion needed ??
Posted 2623 days ago
Very nice and very tasty, Would do again, I served with butter mash and a dolop of sour cream ontop!
Posted 2782 days ago
This recipe was perfect, the taste was lovely, especially for a busy one man who was able to sit down after a days work and enjoy a very nice meal

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Slow Cooker Beef Recipes - Hungarian Goulash

Slow Cooker Beef Recipes - Hungarian Goulash

Hungarian Goulash is rated 2.4 / 5 based on 281 votes.

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Preparation time:
Slow Cooker Size 3.5L+
Serves: 6
Cooking time:


  • 2 lb (900g) round steaks cut in 2cm cubes
  • 1 cup chopped onions
  • 1 garlic cloves minced
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • teaspoon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • teaspoon dried thyme crushed
  • 14 oz (400g) tomatoes
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • noodles


  • Put steak cubes, onion, garlic in the slow cooker. Stir in flour and mix to coat steak cubes.
  • Add remaining ingredients except sour cream. Stir well, cover and cook on Low for 8−10 hours.
  • Add sour cream 30 min before serving, and stir in thoroughly. (High: 4−5 hours, stirring occasionally.)
  • Serve over hot buttered noodles.
  • Recipe End

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