This German Goulash Is Grandpa Hans-Approved!
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This Goulash Is Pure Perfection On A Plate!
My parents live next to a wonderful old man called Hans; or Grandpa Hans, as we have called him ever since I was just a little girl. He is one of the kindest, most fun people I’ve ever known and we spent so many afternoons at his house when my parents were still at work. Hans’ wife had passed away before we moved to the neighborhood and he never remarried, so he always said he really enjoyed our company.
Hans is an awesome cook – I’m not sure if he had had to learn since his wife died or if he was always the main chef in the family. He often invited my parents, sister and I for dinner, and we made so many memories listening to his stories about Germany, and also the various places he had traveled over the years.
Hans often made his stupendous German goulash that isn’t at all like the American version. German goulash is made of beef chuck, instead of ground beef like we’re used to. It is super flavorful and I honestly think it’s the perfect meal for any occasion. I like serving it over mashed potatoes but you could serve it with rice or noodles, if preferred.
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Quick Tip: This recipe makes 6 servings.