The Hungarian recipe of goulash, try it absolutely.

Ingredients: 1 Tbsp Cooking Oil, 250g Diced Onion, 2 Cloves Finely Chopped Garlic, 1 Tsp Caraway Seeds, 500g Beef Chuck, cut into 1.5 cm cubes, 3 Tbsp Sweet Paprika, 150g Carrot cut into 1cm dice, 150g Parsnip cut into a 1 cm dice, 300g Potato cut into a 2 cm dice, 250g Tomato cut into wedges, 1 litre water, 2 bay leaves. For the bread bowls: 350g loaves of bread, 2 Tbsp Olive Oil per loaf.

Directions:

1)Heat a pan over a medium low heat and add the cooking oil.

2)Cook the diced onion for 10 minutes.

3)Add the caraway garlic and cook for 60 seconds before adding the  caraway seeds.

4)Turn up the heat and add the beef and cook for 10 minutes stirring to ensure an even colour.

5)Reduce the heat as low as it will go and spread the beef and onion mix to cover the base of the pan.

6)Sprinkle the paprika evenly over the top of the beef mix and do not stir, add a lid and cook on low for 15 minutes.

7)Remove the lid and stir then add in the carrot parsnip, potato and tomato and season will with salt.

8)Pour in the water and bring to a simmer.

9)Add the bay leaves and simmer on low for an hour.

10)Cut the top form each loaf of bread and make a cut around the edge.

11)Remove the bread leaving a bowl.

12)Drizzle over the olive oil and bake in the oven at 150°C or 300°F until crispy.