With the popularity of Eastern European foods on its way over, we're a step ahead with our Hungarian Goulash Soup. Staying true to the original, ours is brothy rather than the thick stew that has been adapted, and we've gone for the key flavours of ground sweet Hungarian paprika and the key player, caraway, among other flavours. Grown in South East Europe, the wonderfully versatile aromatic caraway seeds bring sharpness and nuttiness to dishes as well as a lovely warm undertone which makes this Goulash the perfect new meal to add to your winter repertoire.P s. Browse the refrigerator aisle a bit for pork sausages with chilli as they’ll add an extra kick to this wonderful, winter warmer.

Cook our delicious Hungarian Goulash Soup in just Minutes

We’ve sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Hungarian Goulash Soup. We bring these all together in a recipe kit, which consists of 3 flavour pots; a Goulash Spice Blend pot, a Sweet Paprika pot and a Beef Stock pot. Simply follow our recipe, adding a few items from your fridge, to cook this delicious Hungarian Goulash Soup in just 20 minutes.

How Our Recipes Kits Work

We provide flavour ingredients:

  • Goulash Spice Blend
  • Sweet Paprika
  • Beef Stock

Your shopping list:

6
pork sausages
 
1
onion
 
1
large carrot
 
1
Red Pepper
 
1
green pepper
 
2Tbsp
tomato puree
 
cornflour(optional)
 
Handful
of Parsley(optional)
 
Crusty bread(optional)
 
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Our 20 minute recipe

  • 1.

    Fry the sausages 

    Heat a little oil in a large pan over medium-high heat. Fry the sausages for 4-5 mins, or until browned, then remove from the pan. 

  • 2.

    Add the Goulash Spice Blend

    Pour away the excess oil in the pan and then add the onion and carrot and fry for 2-3 mins to soften them.

    Add the GOULASH SPICE BLEND and the peppers and stir well.

    Now return the sausages to the pan and add the SWEET PAPRIKA and the tomato puree. Stir quickly and cook for 2-3 more mins. Meanwhile, put the kettle on. 

  • 3.

    Stir in the stock

    Add the BEEF STOCK to the pan along with 350ml boiling water.

    Mix 1 tbsp of cornflour with 1 tbsp cold water together in a small bowl and then stir it into the Goulash. Bring it to the boil and then reduce the heat to low and simmer gently for 10 mins. 

  • 4.

    Serve

    Serve the goulash soup with parsley sprinkled on top (optional), with some crusty bread alongside. 

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Hungarian Goulash Soup Reviews

BASED ON 1670 reviews

Jayne - Feb 13, 2019

This is the first one I haven’t liked, very disappointing ????

Sharon - Feb 13, 2019

Not to our taste at all Rather bland

Joe - Feb 11, 2019

Poor flavour

Penelope - Feb 10, 2019

Tasty and warming and easy to make. I cook it on a very low heat in the oven to let the flavours develop. Great with dumplings cooked on top.

Nichola - Feb 09, 2019

Not really flavours we enjoy.

James - Feb 09, 2019

There was a herb in it which was not to my taste. I think it was caraway seeds and too much Tom paste

Tara - Feb 09, 2019

I did enjoy it I am not really a big fan of sausages but it was very tasty maybe beef

Debbie - Feb 09, 2019

This dish is very nice very filling

Amy - Feb 08, 2019

Nice but not as much flavour asother ones I have cooked

Nick - Feb 08, 2019

Brilliant , can’t wait to do again in a slow cook , perhaps you should give options on dishes I.e mild , medium or Hot version

Samantha - Feb 08, 2019

My fav soup in the whole world

Isla - Feb 07, 2019

Sweeter than I expected, but lovely!

Sharon - Feb 07, 2019

Was okay but not great.

Erin - Feb 06, 2019

New replacement to sausage casserole I think ?

Beauleiu - Feb 05, 2019

Better than I thought

Barbara - Feb 04, 2019

Easy, tasty

Jay - Feb 02, 2019

Lovely hearty dish but was overpowered with fennel.

Karen - Feb 02, 2019

One of our faves. We tend to use meatballs rather than sausages and creates good portions.

Laura - Feb 01, 2019

Very filling, easy to make with very simple ingredients.

Julia - Jan 30, 2019

This is a dish that I want to eat all to myself but my daughter loves it too

Natasha - Jan 29, 2019

Added a chilli...put in a casserole dish and cooked on low for about 2 hours, really brought the flavours out yummy

Jemma - Jan 29, 2019

A nice shave from traditional stew!

Stephen - Jan 29, 2019

Added more root veg but it was delicious

Ryan - Jan 21, 2019

Full of flavour. Could have added a bit of chilli for a kick if you want your spiciness, will try it next time!

Tanya - Jan 18, 2019

Nice but not the best goulash I've had

Keren - Jan 17, 2019

Really tasty, ideal for a winters evening. Will definitely have again.

Sharon - Jan 17, 2019

Had this more than once because its so tasty

Sharon - Jan 17, 2019

Delicious. Had this a couple of times and its a firm favourite

Julie - Jan 16, 2019

Fabulous, one if my family's new favourites and quick to prepare and cook..... LOVE THIS x

Jo - Jan 15, 2019

Lovely. Added a few mushrooms. Was a little too overpowering in corriander, but my husband loved it!

Emma - Jan 14, 2019

Used skinny meatballs instead. Also cooked for longer as others have suggested and added a tin of chopped tomatoes, which worked well to add more depth.

Penelope - Jan 11, 2019

Had this a few times now as it is so flavoursome and easy to make. You must put in the oven on a low heat for a couple of hours to get the best out of this dish. Works well with low fat sausage for a healthy meal.

Charlotte - Jan 09, 2019

Great dish. One of my favourites!

Adrian - Dec 24, 2018

This does have depth of flavour! Ignore the previous comments! I added chorizo, hot chilli powder and baby potatoes and it was amazing! I took a previous reviewers tip and finished it in the oven for an hour on 160 degrees

Hazel - Dec 21, 2018

Fab, again seemed to taste better the next day too.

Joanne - Dec 18, 2018

This is so tasty! More like a stew than a soup though.

Penelope - Dec 16, 2018

Very easy to prepare. Good robust flavour. I would however recommend popping it in the oven on a low heat for an hour to let the flavours develop. I finish mine off with some dumplings on top.

Kaye - Dec 15, 2018

Really nice, strong caraway flavour

Gayle - Dec 09, 2018

Really filling , added a few chilli flakes for a kick

Danny - Dec 01, 2018

Loved it

Louisr - Nov 30, 2018

Tasty, very tasty

Jen - Nov 26, 2018

Absolutely love this, second time of making it, this is so tasty and filling... love it!!

Penelope - Nov 25, 2018

Very tasty and filling. I cooked it for a lot longer though so the flavours could develop.. Put it in a casserole dish in the oven on a low heat for an hour. Made dumplings and popped them in the pot for 20 mins. Worked really well.

Chloe - Nov 23, 2018

Wouldn’t really describe this as a soup, more a sausage casserole that would be nicer with chunks of meat instead.

Carla - Nov 22, 2018

Loved this one, just what was needed after a cold weather day

Rebecca - Nov 19, 2018

Absolutely delicious!

Carly - Nov 17, 2018

Perfect winter dish with a chunk of bread

Nicola - Nov 17, 2018

Tasted absolutely amazing there was so much flavour and so easy to make definitely going to have this again

Joanna - Nov 17, 2018

I didn’t fancy this at all and it is by far my favourite. Great for a family meal too as I made sausage and mash for the kids and the goulash for hubby and I. Can’t wait to have it again!

Sharon - Nov 15, 2018

Amazing.

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