Goulash is somewhere between a soup and stew and there are many, many different versions of goulash that can be found. This is a more Hungarian inspired version. This dish uses simple ingredients, but really gets a wonderful flavour from the paprika added in to the slow cooking.
The steak is initially cooked and seared before placing into a slow cooker with a mixture including tomatoes, beef stock, honey, garlic & onions. The flavour is wonderfully spiced with plenty of paprika and smoked paprika added in to slow cook through the dish. Capsicum is added towards the end to provide a great crunchy texture. Finally sour cream is stirred through to enhance the beautiful flavour to another level.
This dish pairs very well with pasta and I use penne for my goulash version. We also serve with additional sour cream and a nice crusty bread stick. This is a great hearty, comforting meal.