This recipe is fabulous! I wasn't sure if all the prep work would be worth it, but it was!! I added carrots with the potatos...definitely a plus. I served it over egg noodles. Definitely a keeper!
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looruh Posted: 03/01/09
saracat Posted: 07/02/09
This was very good. I made it in my slow cooker over night and it turned out great. I did not peel the potatoes as one reviewer suggested and I served it with whole wheat egg noodles.
Im so Hungry Posted: 11/08/10
I have made this stew several times and I love it. With the onset of Fall I have been craving this! I usually make this exactly as the recipe states, but have substituted canned tomatoes for the fresh plum and it still turns out great!
Hot_Momma_to_2 Posted: 12/21/09
This was not a huge family pleaser...but it was good...If I make it again I will toss a bag of mixed veggies in with the taters...
PetersCo Posted: 11/18/09
This dish was fabulous! So close to authentic that my husband said it reminded him of the cafe in Budapest where we recently had it. The only part of the recipe I altered was using canned diced tomatoes rather than fresh, and I split the paprika between Hungarian Sweet and Hungarian Half Sharp for a little kick. It was served on a bed of egg noodles with warm flakey dinner rolls. This was a hit with everyone at the table... including the picky toddlers! This recipe is an absolute keeper!!!
MightyLace Posted: 06/07/11
My picky husband loves it, so it's a winner for sure!!! Very flavorful and filling. I love it, too! Takes a while to make but easy to get together and just mix every so often. My husband eats it over egg noodles but I eat it alone, and it's still quite filling. I highly recommend this recipe.
9167111 Posted: 05/22/11
Just fantastic... Rich and tasty, this dish is really filling!
HiloFoodie Posted: 11/04/11
Thanks for the reviews - this was EXCELLENT! The only thing I added was fresh mushrooms about 30 minutes prior to it being done. Will definitely make this again and again. Great with a sprinkling of cayenne.