Did you maybe mean gully?
- n. a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika
“The word gulyas originally meant only "herdsman," but over time the dish became gulyashus goulash meat - that is to say, a meat dish that was prepared by herdsmen.”
“Part stew, part soup, goulash a spicy beef dish originally from Hungary gulyas were herdsmen, I have learned but found throughout central and eastern Europe, notably those parts that once comprised Austro-Hungarian Empire.”
“The gulyas was really outstanding and the satsivi sauce is just really tasty and interesting...there are so many more recipes that tempt me in this book.”
“And that is how I have known gulyas, too, but I wanted something more substantial - and also something that would fit with the WCC :-p The best thing about this soup for me was the discovery of good paprika and caraway...now I want to make caraway rolls.”
“People always get confused when somebody offers a 'authentic' recipe for a gulyas, as that would be the soupy version:”
“Here in Estonia, gulyas or guljašš, as it is known here is cooked as a stew, to be served with potatoes.”
“Because gulyas is a national dish, it is difficult to find the definitive recipe.”
“There are, however, the markings that define a gulyas: green peppers, caraway seeds, and loads of paprika, which gives it not only heat and sweetness, but the famous scarlet gorgeousness for which the dish is internationally recognized.”
“Onions provide the background notes so essential to the range of gulyas and porkolt dishes that are famous not only in Hungary but worldwide.”
“Today, gulyas refers both to the herdsmen, and to the soup.”
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