Hungarian Goulash Soup4.0/5 (BASED ON 2724 reviews)
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:
- pork sausages
- large carrot
- Red Pepper
- green pepper
- tomato puree
- of Parsley(optional)
- Crusty bread(optional)
Our 20 minute recipe
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.
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.
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.
Serve the goulash soup with parsley sprinkled on top (optional), with some crusty bread alongside.
Hungarian Goulash Soup Reviews
BASED ON 2724 reviews
Anna - Dec 10, 2019
Martin - Dec 09, 2019
Delicious. Perfect for cold days.
Vicky - Dec 09, 2019
Joanne - Dec 08, 2019
Susan - Dec 07, 2019
A tasty easy dish.
Rebecca - Nov 29, 2019
Marta - Nov 28, 2019
It’s a good soup, but the water quantity suggested in the steps didn’t even cover the vegetables, let alone become a soup. Subsequently when added more water the soup lost the flavour...
Bev - Nov 27, 2019
Tried it wouldn't make it again
Terri - Nov 25, 2019
Jeff - Nov 25, 2019
Joelle - Nov 21, 2019
Nice but nothing exciting. Used diced beef and added potato. Both worked well.
Helo - Nov 21, 2019
Nothing like goulash I've had before, not a nice flavour
Julija - Nov 20, 2019
Terri - Nov 18, 2019
Luke - Nov 18, 2019
A very tasteful dish I also added chorizo to it which tasted amazing.
Caroline - Nov 17, 2019
Husband enjoyed this more than I did. Make the sausages into little bits like meatballs - very nice. Will try with chicken sausages next time, too.
Helen - Nov 15, 2019
Trudy - Nov 15, 2019
We used chopped lamb which was a great addition and we would definitely have this tasty stew again!
Sarah - Nov 15, 2019
Found it needed cooking a bit longer than recipe suggested but that was for my taste. Heartwarming and delicious.
Anita - Nov 13, 2019
Didn't like this at all sorry x
Saba - Nov 12, 2019
Made it with Quorn sausages (I know it's not veggie!!) and tasted very healthy and satisfying! Not one of my favourites though
Joelle - Nov 10, 2019
Used diced beef instead of sausage and added some potato. Pleasant enough but nothing special.
David - Nov 09, 2019
Linda - Nov 09, 2019
Bonnie - Nov 08, 2019
really hearty and delicious. perfect for the winter months! highly recommend a tiger loaf with this to dip
Julie - Nov 07, 2019
Lovely would order again
Rebecca - Nov 06, 2019
It was more than enough to feed me and 2 of my friends, and it was delicious at the same time!
Lisa - Nov 06, 2019
Very easy to make and I put mash potato with it which was really tasty. Great for a winter meal
Sarah - Nov 06, 2019
Felt it just needed cooking a bit longer for my taste.
Keren - Nov 06, 2019
Jola - Nov 04, 2019
Easy peasy and super yummy
Rebecca - Nov 04, 2019
I doubled all the ingredients into this dish, as I had visitors. Really glad I did, otherwise the flavour would have been overpowering. Would cook again, but would serve with mash and have as a casserole.
Doug - Nov 04, 2019
This is bold and full of flavour, the better the sausage the better the dish
Sharon - Nov 03, 2019
Really nice soup and even better the next day for lunch at work!
Karin - Nov 02, 2019
Unique flavour, not a winner for me. Was filling nice winter warmer
Stefani - Oct 31, 2019
4.5 Rating. It’s a great recipe for something quick and simple. Nothing too complex aside from remembering to put in the corn flour. If you want to really enhance it, add chilli flakes or something to heat up the dish
Trevor - Oct 31, 2019
Agree with mint comments. Tastes good none the less.
Colette - Oct 29, 2019
Too much mint in spice mix
Alexandra - Oct 29, 2019
First recipe I’ve been disappointed with... didn’t taste like a goulash, the sauce didn’t have much taste recipe. Not for me
Paige - Oct 27, 2019
Nice flavour but just like a sausage casserole
Julia - Oct 27, 2019
brian - Oct 27, 2019
Not a favourite
Sharon - Oct 26, 2019
James - Oct 25, 2019
The only dish I have been disappointed by. Why would you ever put a load of mint into ghoulash? Will NOT be getting this again.
Maria - Oct 24, 2019
The first time I had this dish it was delicious. Has the recipe changed? It’s far to herby now.
FRANCES - Oct 23, 2019
Carly - Oct 23, 2019
Was ok more like a casserole not a soup
sarah - Oct 22, 2019
Angela - Oct 21, 2019
Very rich and a strong flavour
Ian - Oct 20, 2019
Having left glowing references in the past I feel that this time that I can only leave a negative review. Having read reviews beforehand about the overly hereby taste I decided to use only half of the recommended amount in the pot. I still found it tasted very strongly of herbs. I am afraid people that your chefs may have to bite the bullet and come up with an alternative recipe for this dish or take it off your menu. Thank you