This goulash soup is one of my most traditional of all German soups. It's one I often make when I have company coming over and need something that's easy to prepare ahead. I'll add some nice fresh crusty homemade artisan bread and a nice green salad.
I've even got a quick hack to make this wunderbar soup a lot quicker, easier, and cheaper. Watch this ... and then check the tips below.
What makes these soups so wunderbar? They bring back such wonderful memories of Oma's kitchen. So, of course, I had to write my own soup e-cookbook! With the no-risk guarantee ... I know you'll LOVE it! There are 84 full-color pages filled with step-by-step instructions and hints. Do take a quick peek ...
I'm often asked if goulash is Hungarian or German. The answer? Both. The Hungarian recipes usually have potatoes in them, but the German usually doesn't.
We, Germans, often served with them with the potatoes on the side or even just bread or buns to dip into the amazing gravy-like broth.
However, even the German goulash can have potatoes in it, as shown in the goulash soup recipe above.
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Your Quick Fix Soups e-book is wonderful. My Swiss wife is going to love the soups that I make for her with your recipes. She already loves my soups, but your e-book will greatly expand the variety
Thank you for making the recipes easy to follow and see with the beautiful photos. The extra tips and options that you give after each recipe are very helpful. Thanks for the printable recipe cards, too!"
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