Likócsi pork goulash

by | Jul 12, 2016 | Soups

I don’t know if this soup has been named after Likócs, a garden district of Győr, or  it has nothing to do with it, but it’s surely one of the best gulyás soups I have ever eaten. This type of goulash is made with pork (instead of beef) and potatoes, other vegetables like carrot, parsley root and celeriac are not added in this case. Instead of pinched noodles (csipetke) we use cérnametélt, literally thread noodles, an extra-fine pasta. Once the soup is done, it’s enriched with sour cream and flavoured with lemon juice.

Likócsi pork goulash
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