boneless pork ribs
country style, cut into 1-2 inch chunks
Ground Black Pepper
of your choice, diced
Sweet Hungarian Paprika
DO NOT USE smoked Spanish paprika
Sour cream to serve
Ground Black Pepper
Sprinkle meat chunks with salt and pepper to taste.
or pressure cooker to Sauté wait until hot, then add cooking oil.
Brown the meat â€“ leave it alone for a few minutes to get a nice color.
Remove to a
when nicely browned, and add the onion and bell pepper to your pressure cooker. Cook for about 5 minutes.
Add garlic and sauté til fragrant (30 sec or so)
Add remaining salt, tomatoes, stock/broth and paprika, and add the meat along with any juices. Stir well
Cancel the saute. Seal the lid
Push the meat/stew button and adjust time to 25 minutes.
Allow it to release pressure naturally for 10 minutes, and then release any remaining pressure.
Cancel the keep-warm function and turn on Sauté
Mix the cornstarch with a little water, and add this to the stew. Bring to a brief boil to thicken
Serve over starch of your choice with a big dollop of sour cream. Traditionally it would be Tarhonya but you can also use potatoes or rice.
in butter until deeply toasted. Some of the nuggets should be pretty dark brown.
Heat the broth in a separate pot or the microwave until boiling.
Pour hot broth over the
Cover and simmer on low for 20 min until tender.
Season to taste.
Nutritional Facts do not include Tarhonya.
You can make this with beef rather than pork without adjusting cooking times.
It is very important to use
Hungarian paprika and not hot or smoked. Otherwise, you are going to blow the top of your head off.
I often don't brown the pork, but rather chuck everything into the pot in one go and cook it, and it tastes JUST fine.
If you're having trouble finding
, try searching for egg barley or egg drop noodles instead (both are alternate names for tarhonya).
You can also purchase it online
If you don't want to bother with
, you can also serve this over steamed rice or regular noodles like a standard goulash.
If you want to keep this low carb, you can eat it without the tarhonya or over
low carb noodles
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