“traditional hungarian beef goulash recipe”

I’m not sure! For most recipes, I don’t think mixing by hand is a big deal. However, you really have to whip a lot of air into the eggs in step 3 in order to get the correct structure for the cookies. If I had to guess, I’d guess that they won’t work out if mixed by hand. I do have a chocolate chip cookie that I recommend mixing by hand if you’re interested.
These meatballs sound wonderful. I love it when meatballs are tender. Sometimes they are just dreadful – almost like little rubber balls. I bet your slow cooker method, along iwth not overmixing, solves that problem. This is my first visit to your site, and I will be back!
You’ll feel like you’ve taken a trip to Scandinavia yourself from the moment you have a taste of these Swedish Holiday Cookies. A tall glass of milk and a sweet tooth are all you need to enjoy these crisp spice cookies sweetened with dark molasses.  If you’re wondering what those unique flavors and aromas are, think ground cinnamon and ground cardamom: both make these holiday cookies taste great. These also work well with a cookie cutter, so make them into a variety of wonderful shapes. Serve them on a platter with English Rocks, Crunchy Lace Cookies, and Date Moons.
I tried this meatball recipe tonight and loved it! They were amazing! I’m saving the recipe for next time… For me I did not add the rice but they were perfect.. I also bakked them instead of frying.. Thank you for this recipe! Xx
This quick-and-easy take on an Italian dinner classic begins with frozen garlic bread. Pull out that bread from your freezer and transform it into a pizza that kids and adults alike will love. Crisp it up in the oven, then top the bread with deli-fried chicken strips, pizza sauce, cheese, and basil. Or, use any leftover meat on hand, such as chopped chicken breasts or Italian sausage. You can also have a quick-fix side salad with some romaine lettuce, cracked pepper, and freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Top it with your favorite Caesar dressing and your simple Italian dinner is ready to go.
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Hey Sheila!! I am sooo excited for you to make these this weekend! I’m looking into doing some Italian cooking myself this weekend, we have so much basil in our garden I need to figure out how to use it 🙂 Our last name is “Melchione” – also pretty Italian! Enjoy- and thank you for visiting and for the comment! Have a great weekend.
To make the meatballs, combine meat, garlic, breadcrumbs, Parmesan, eggs, salt, pepper, parsley, and a splash of milk in a mixing bowl. Mix together well with hands. Roll into 25 1 1/2-inch balls and place on a cookie sheet. Place cookie sheet into the freezer for 5 to 10 minutes to firm up.
Very good recipe, quick & easy too. I added a bag of mixed veggies to the recipe & it as a huge hit with the picky eaters I have around here. Will be adding this to the rotation without a doubt. Love the flavor and simplicity of the dish, I’m sure it would be good with other meat as well.
It doesn’t get much easier, or more satisfying: a complete chicken dinner in one pan in half an hour. Lemon brightens this cozy winter meal, but the classic flavors are sure to elicit cries for a second helping any time of the year. This one-pan chicken dish is a whole meal in one skillet, but serve with a simple side salad to sneak in another serving of veggies. We call for tender haricots verts because they’re quick cooking; traditional green beans likely won’t be tender enough after the brief cooking time at the end. If that’s all you have on hand, steam them first, and then add them to the pan for the final step.
Whether you like drop cookies, rolled cookies, shortbread or anything in between, these cookie recipes will fit the bill. Serve them up with our favorite hot drinks for ultimate cookie dunking, or package them with some of our other gifts from the kitchen for the yummiest gift basket around.
These cookies take the idea of crunchy-chocolaty cookies to the next level. Chunky peanut butter and dry-roasted peanuts make these chocolate cookies irresistible. Then, a dash of cinnamon gives them an unexpected flavor. Finally, it is the rich and full taste of chocolate chunks that makes these cookies amazing! Just think of chocolate chunks as grown-up chocolate chips. These cookies are easy to make, and the balls of dough bake into nice round shapes. They are just perfect for your next cookie swap. Of course, you may find them so tasty that you might keep them for yourself. If you’re tempted, just make a double batch.
No matter what time of year it is, it’s always the perfect time for a cookie. Our best cookie recipes satisfy any sweet tooth. Go beyond the standard chocolate chip cookie to incorporate whole grains or alternate nut butters, or give gluten-free cookie recipes a try.
Whole grains take too long to cook, you say? Well, say hello to bulgur, which can be ready in less than 15 minutes. Try this Middle Eastern-inspired healthy dinner recipe topped with plain yogurt or store-bought tzatziki for an extra hit of creamy flavor.
I found this recipe looking for ground beef recipes even though I was using ground turkey. My hubs LOVED it. I stir fried cabbage, mushrooms, carrots, and onions with some soy sauce and then added it to the turkey after both were finished cooking. I also used fresh ginger because that is what I had on hand, I also added some of that fresh ginger to the rice in the rice maker as well. I was unsure about the turkey but my husband said if I hadn’t told him he would of never known it was turkey. Thank you for the delicious new recipe.
My mother made them all throughout my childhood and we always got so excited when these were for supper! While my born and raised southern family adores these meatballs, I’m certainly happy to see that your husband who is Swedish says they’re perfect to him too!!!
From the smell that fills the house to that warm and fuzzy comfort I get from knowing I have a full cookie jar, there is just nothing like a homemade, fresh out of the oven cookie. I can’t wait for you all to give the recipe a spin and make these cookies your own. Let’s face it what day can’t be improved by a truly delicious cookie?
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Thank you for such a great recipe! I had first tried a spice mix found at supermarkets and just wasn’t happy with it, so I tried to find a real deal recipe instead. Yours was so much better and so amazingly simple! 
Even if you’re not avoiding red meat, you’ll still feel good about this leaner version of spaghetti and meatballs, which substitutes ground turkey for ground beef but delivers the same flavor as the original.
Do you have a tub of Nutella in your cupboard? Then you are halfway there to a Chocolate and Hazelnut Cookie. Stir some Nutella into my Crazy Cookie Dough, toss in some toasted hazelnuts for good measure and BOOM! You have a Chocolate & Hazelnut Cookie.
Chocolate Blackout CookiesWe love the look of the homemade, extra-long sprinkles on these whoopie pie–type cookies, but they take a steady hand and a wealth of patience to shape. Fortunately you can use any store-bought sprinkle in their place.
This simple cold-weather soup is an easy go-to when you crave comfort—creamy and full of body, yet not as heavy as other dairy-based soups. The golden color of the broth comes from the sautéed onion and carrot; keep an eye on the mixture as it cooks to make sure it doesn’t overbrown. Make the croutons and stem and chop the kale while the soup simmers.
Thanks so much for this recipe! It’s easy and delicious. My whole family (hubby, 2 kids 10&11 and my daughter’s friend) all loved it. I doubled the recipe, added minced ginger instead of powder and a dash of Asian Sweet Chili Sauce and steamed broccoli. “This is definitely something we can eat every week” my husband said. He’s grown tired of my staple chicken veggies & rice. Welcome addition to the weekly menu. Thanks again.
This homemade brownie cookie recipe is pretty simple to make and give you all of the good parts of a brownie – shiny, crackly crust, fudgy middles, chewy edges, and intense chocolate flavor – in one little cookie.
Despite their comfort food status, meatballs are surprisingly chic. What starts as a humble hulk of ground meat is seasoned and rolled, then fried, baked, or braised into a flavorful one- to three-bite morsel.
Out of all my beef stew meat recipes, this one is my favorite. Here’s a good old-fashioned stew with rich beef gravy that lets the flavor of the potatoes and carrots come through. This is the perfect hearty dish for a blustery winter day. —Alberta McKay, Bartlesville, Oklahoma
I just made these and they are AMAZING! They look exactly like the picture. Soft on the inside, crispy on the outside, PERFECT! The only thing i did differently was was 2 cups of chips and I refrigerated the dough for 4 hours. Thanks for the recipe!
We typically serve this over egg noodles but it’s great over rice, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes or even spooned into a roll sloppy joe style!  Add a side salad and a loaf of crusty bread (to sop up any sauce left on your plate) for a great meal in under 30 minutes!
Hi everyone! We’re back with Round Up Sunday and let me tell you, this one is amazing. I hope you guys have loved Cookie Week as much as I have because we’re going out with a bang…41 of our favorite cookies recipes that are a MUST make!
Rolling these basic sugar cookies in a cinnamon-sugar mixture adds just enough spice and a bit of color. Lyda Jones Burnette, the former Test Kitchen director at Southern Living, borrowed this recipe from one of her favorite spice stores—Penzeys. She shows us how to take this simple recipe and make it a sweet-and-spicy delight that practically melts in your mouth. Cinnamon gets mixed into the dough, and then the dough gets rolled in a sugar-and-cinnamon mixture, making it doubly spicy, but with not too much bite. And to clarify a possible misunderstanding—this cookie doesn’t include any chocolate, caramel, and bars of any type. It only has cinnamon and sugar perfection.
I used a mix of half pork/half lean ground beef for this followed the rest of the recipe as is. I loved the addition of ricotta- they made the meatballs light and moist. I will definitely make again, and next time will make sure to have extra sauce! Eating leftovers today in a meatball parm.