Monday, February 15, 2021

Hungarian Beef and Potato Soup with Caraway Seeds

We've been having quite the wintery February here in Philly, lots of cold temperatures, snow and now ice... I'd imagine they know a thing or two about serving hearty meals that help warm you up in Hungary! As soon as I saw the addition of caraway seeds in this Hungarian Beef and Potato Soup I just had to give it a try, and ~wow~, what a tasty meal:@) It called for a good amount of paprika and for the most part, it's a pantry meal. I subbed oregano for the marjoram and usually have everything else on-hand. If you'd like to try something that's just a little different, I think you'll really like this filling meal.
This is a great soup that's best eaten the day it's made:@)
Recipe easily cut in half.
Serve with a nice crusty bread and butter... perfect!

Hungarian Beef and Potato Soup-from Food & Wine
1 lb ground beef-can cut back if desired
large onion, chopped
large green bell pepper, chopped
2 Tblsp A/P flour
1 lb boiling potatoes, cut into 1/2" cubes-I had russet
2 Tblsp paprika
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp dried marjoram-I used oregano
1 1/4 tsp caraway seeds
1 1/4 tsp salt-or to taste
1 Tblsp tomato paste
3 C beef broth or stock
3 C water
  1. Cook beef until no longer pink. 
  2. Add onion and pepper, cook until softened, sprinkle with flour, cook for a minute.
  3. Add everything else, bring to light boil, cook for about 10 minutes, or until potatoes are soft, and serve.
Eat well, stay warm, and have a happy day:@)

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8 comments:

  1. I bet the caraway seeds give it great flavor! This week definitely calls for hearty soup, I home you can stay safe and cozy!

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  2. This sounds wonderful and might just be our dinner for tonight!

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  3. What an easy sound to make that looks wonderful and perfect for a winter day.

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  4. Oh, num...we are getting a new stove on Thursday---so I can't wait to make this, we have everythign in the house, though I may use more tomatoes---since I have oodles of jars.! Sounds super delicious! Sandi

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  5. We're having a nasty week and soup will definitely help!! Below zero wind chills in the morning and there's loads of snow on the ground. I have everything on hand to whip up this winner. Hope this weather is the worst of it for both of us!

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  6. I’m always ready to try a new soup, snd especially with the winter that we’ve been having. I just need to get to the store to buy some potatoes, as soon as our roads are drivable.

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  7. I bet the caraway seeds are a tasty addition Lynn! Sounds so good and hearty! Stay warm ♥

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  8. It has been quite a harsh February here also! More snow than we've had in 10-20 years in spots. I'm one of those people who likes caraway seed too and this sounds delicious and perfect for a cold night!

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