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Hungarian Stew Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Anne Koski
Added: Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
2 lbs Round Steak
1/4 lb salt pork
3 T. Flour
3 Onions, medium sized
1/3 tsp pepper
1 tsp salt
6 tomatoes or 2 cups canned tomatoes
6 potatoes
Water or stock

Directions:
Directions:
Cut the meat into small pieces and roll these in the flour. Cut the pork into pieces, slice the onions and if the potatoes are large cut into halves or quarters or slice them. Put a layer of potatoes into a good sized sauce pan. Add a few slices of onion, then meat, and repeat the layers until all the ingredients are used. Sprinkling the various layers with salt and pepper.

If canned tomatoes are used pour over the top and add water or stock to come about level with the top layer of ingredients. Bring slowly to a boiling point and simmer until the meat is tender about two hours.

 

 

 

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