TIL that the US has an americanized version of the Hungarian Goulash which except for the beef and paprika is completely different. by whatilearned November 20, 2021, 12:45 am Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_goulash What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote americanizedbeefcompletelyGoulashHungarianpaprikaTILToday I learnedversion See more Previous article I will never forgive Linus Tech Tips Next article TIL Shigeru Miyamoto wanted to make a Popeye but Miyamoto was unable to acquire the license to use the character so he created Mario instead. 17 Comments Leave a Reply Yeah it’s Hungarian American cuisine, it’s different from Hungarian cuisine Log in to Reply Well, they both contain tomatoes, onions, and beef… American: lots of macaroni, thick like a stew. https://therecipecritic.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/American-Goulash-2.jpg Hungarian gulyás: soup with broth containing carrots, parsnips, potatoes, and caraway seed. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/a2/c2/6f/a2c26f07300ac93b94f17751e2b79414.jpg American “goulash” is aka American Chop Suey – itself an oddity as there is no Chinese dish called chop suey to begin with. Log in to Reply Interesting. I didn’t even know that goulash was a defined dish. That’s what my mom used to call meals where she threw everything in the refrigerator into a pot. Log in to Reply Isn’t the American version called Hamburger Helper? Log in to Reply I will DEVOUR any style of Goulash yo. Shits fucking Great. And yes–I am high Log in to Reply A go-to Struggle Meal. Log in to Reply TIL the rest of the world doesnt know the Struggle. Log in to Reply I’ve always referred to it as American Goulash, but for a while now I’ve been wondering if I somehow made up the term because everyone I know calls it American Chop Suey. Which is even more inauthentic honestly Log in to Reply There are Americanized versions of just about every cuisine and countless individual dishes. Log in to Reply Hmm I didn’t know it had a name truthfully, I’ll usually throw a pot together during the winter when I’m snowplowing and leave it on low all day . I use worsteshire and beef stock , it’s more like a soup , doesn’t look so thick. Log in to Reply I remember this. Like chili Mac with a different set of seasonings. Log in to Reply slumgullion Log in to Reply So not completely different at all. Cool. Log in to Reply Recipe is essentially homemade Hamburger Helper. Log in to Reply I hated this dish growing up. Common side was toast with butter and garlic salt. Midwest cuisine classic Log in to Reply My mom made this a lot when I younger. I always figured it was a type of Italian food because it had noodles and tomato sauce like spaghetti and lasagna Log in to Reply *take me to goulash* Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.