Time to cook: 210 minutes
Total Servings: 3
This recipe is made for your VITEK VT-4203 SR multicooker. First, it has to be simmered for a very long time, second, at a low temperature, and third, while it's simmering, you can do more pleasant things you like to do.
This soup made my husband sick on our first trip to Thailand. It so happened that for 3 years we had no opportunity to go there again, he often remembered his favorite soup-goulash, which he was cooked in Thailand, and here, in January we were able to go to our favorite wonderful country, and, first thing, as soon as we arrived in Pattaya, my husband rushed to his favorite German named Ugo, who runs a small restaurant on the outskirts of town. And, of course, he ordered goulash soup, for which he missed for 3 years, and I ordered my favorite shrimp, the recipe of which I have already published on the pages of Cookbook.
So, come on in, I'll show you what my husband missed so much. By tradition, I was allowed into the holy of holies - the kitchen of this restaurant - and showed how they make this magic. It turns out everything is very simple)))
It might sound strange that I offer a recipe for a Hungarian soup made by a German in Thailand, but it was so good that I just can't help but share it with you.
Ingredients and taste: Leeks, Meat, Salt, Onion, Spicy, Sweet pepper, Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Flour, Wheat Flour, Hot, Parsley, Water, Dill, Bulgarian pepper, Tomato Paste, Leaf, Soup In Multicooker, Meat In Multicooker, Beef In Multicooker, Chilli pepper, Sourishing
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