Translation of goulash in Spanish:


estofado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡuːlaʃ//ˈɡuˌlɑʃ//ˈɡuˌlæʃ/


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    (con pimentón, al estilo húngaro) estofado masculine
    • But I live by the maxim of ‘when in Rome do as the Romans’, and in Hungary that means dipping into the local delicacies of goulash and fish soup.
    • Since the days of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the Austrians have incorporated goulash into their menu.
    • I went for the vegetable spicy goulash on Basmati rice.
    • The soup changes each week, and on our visit it was a pork goulash.
    • In fact, one of the best places for goulash, in either soup or stew form, is at the Fakanal restaurant on the first floor of the market hall.
    • Anyway, I can announce that my beef goulash was quite nice.
    • The boy piped up since Stella's mouth was full of goulash.
    • The menu is mostly traditional, but includes some interesting starters such as Hungarian goulash, roll mops and the old reliable shrimp cocktail.
    • As the crowd tucked into tasty chicken and mushroom balls and delicious goulash the sound of the piano added to the occasion.
    • We began with soups, with a Hungarian goulash for me and a French onion for Madame.
    • Several soups are on offer including chicken and goulash.
    • The pungent little pepper is king of the Hungarian kitchen and seasons the distinctive goulash, a national dish in either its soup or its stew form.
    • Customers also like strategically placed info screens that, by reading bar codes, can print out a recipe for beef goulash or tell you the ingredients of a jar of baby food.
    • Almost every culture eventually developed distinct conventions, from the fiery curries of India to paprika-permeated goulash in Hungary.
    • Jax took a forkful of the goulash into his mouth.
    • By this time, we have finished our first course and the goulash arrives.