Ok friends, I have to confess something to you. Call me crazy, but I have a little obsession for the full afternoon and evening program of VOX. Yes, Perfect Dinner, Between Tulle and Tears and Co are definitely my Guilty Pleasure.
Just a few weeks ago, when I accidentally zipped my child into my child, it was about sausage goulash . More specifically, the one commentator said that you really do not need a bag for sausage goulash and that he can do it better 10 times.
And what was the only thing I could think of? “What bidde is sausage goulash and why have I never heard of it?”
Now it’s true that my brain thinks of food 24/7 anyway. And because this goulash has never left my head, I went to look for the bag department at the next supermarket visit. Honestly, I did not know in my huge favorite supermarket where there are bags. But did you still find her with the help of a friendly employee and do you know what? As expected, there was a lot of junk in the bag that I do not really want to have in my food. So I thought to myself: “What the hell, there’s freestyle sausage goulash.”
And the result? The result is the absolute, ultimate, thanks for giving Vox Hammer!
Let’s take a quick look at the list of ingredients. You need:
- Wiener sausages. I like to buy my sausages on the market in organic quality. As a veggie or vegan you can also take perfect sausages on a vegetable or tofu basis.
- Paprika. I like to take red, yellow but also.
- Onion and garlic. These buddies provide extra flavor.
- Vegetable broth. I prefer homemade vegetable broth .
- Chopped tomatoes.
- Creme Fraiche. Perfect for making the goulash creamy.
- Spices. sweet paprika, curry powder and chilli flakes 4 evaaa.
Just add the ingredients gradually into the pot, let it simmer a bit and the dinner is ready!
By the way. When you’re on low carb, you just spoon the spicy goulash. Otherwise, I love a batch of pasta to it. Mostly Fusilli, because they absorb the sauce so perfectly.
I hope you will love this recipe!
The sausage goulash is:
- Super simple.
- A memory of childhood days.
- Ready in 30 minutes.
- Absolute Soulfood.
You tried this recipe? Then let me know! Comment, rate and do not forget to tag your photo on Instagram with #kochkarussell . Thank you, dear ones!
EL olive oil
Tin of chopped tomatoes
TL curry powder
TL Paprika Powder sweet
TL Chilli flakes
- salt and pepper
- Noodles for serving
[ 19459001] If necessary cook noodles al dente. Peel onion and garlic and chop finely. Slice sausages.
Heat oil in a large pot. Fry the onion and garlic over medium heat for 2 minutes. Add Wiener and fry for another 5 minutes. While doing so, wash the peppers, core them and dice them.
Add the peppers, chopped tomatoes, broth, creme fraiche and spices and simmer for 5-10 minutes.
Season with salt and pepper and enjoy with noodles.
Reader’s tip: If sausages are left over from grilling, you can also perfectly use the ones instead of the Viennese ones ,