Sunday, February 5, 2017

Instructions to moderate cook a Hungarian hamburger goulash to be put away for three months

Hungarian hamburger goulash

Serves 6

100ml simply bubbled water

1 hamburger stock solid shape

1 tbsp Marmite

2 tbsp tomato purée

​900g great quality braising steak (in a perfect world hurl steak)

2 medium onions

3 tbsp plain flour (25g)

2 tsp hot smoked paprika

1 tbsp paprika (not smoked)

400g can cleaved tomatoes

2 red and 2 yellow peppers

Chipped ocean salt

Ground dark pepper

Crisp level leaf parsley, to decorate (discretionary)

Empty the simply bubbled water into a little heatproof measuring container, include the stock solid shape, Marmite and tomato purée and mix until broke down, then put aside. Trim any hard fat from the hamburger and cut the meat into approximately 3cm lumps. Season well with salt and pepper and put in the moderate cooker. Peel and finely slash the onions and add to the meat. Gather the flour and both paprikas and hurl into a single unit well. Blend in the tomatoes and stock blend.

Deseed the peppers and cut into around 3cm pieces. Dissipate on top of the meat and vegetables yet don't blend. Cover with the top and cook on high for 4-5 hours or low for 7–9 hours, or until the meat is only delicate and the sauce has thickened. Blend and conform the flavoring to taste. Embellish with newly slashed parsley, on the off chance that you like.

You can level stop the cooked and cooled goulash in marked zip-seal sacks or cooler verification compartments for up to 3 months. Defrost overnight in the refrigerator then warm in the microwave or a huge pan over a medium warmth, blending, until steaming. On the other hand, warm from solidified with an additional 200ml water over a medium-low warmth until defrosted. This is the ideal dish to make ahead and warm from solidified. Level solidified in zip-seal packs, it can be warmed straight from the cooler and prepared in less than 20 minutes. Present with additional vegetables or a little part of rice and spoonfuls of soured cream (yet bear in mind to include the additional calories).

Justine Pattison's 'Moderate cooker without the calories', distributed by Orion Books in exchange soft cover and eBook, estimated £14.99/£7.99