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When it comes to Goulash, there are two types: American Goulash (which also goes by American Chop Suey) which is simply a macaroni in a meaty tomato sauce and the REAL Goulash that is Hungarian Goulash. And there is zero comparison in flavor as Hungarian-style wins by a landslide.
Slightly reminiscent of my famed Jewish Brisket, this dish is best described as sweet & savory stew while also being super rich in flavor with meat that literally falls apart and melts in your mouth. It's like eating meaty butter in the best gravy-like sauce ever. And when served over noodles? Forget it. Comfort food at its finest.
What's even more is this is a relatively inexpensive dish to make since the chuck roast is on the cheaper side and is where the Instant Pot uses its magic to take cheaper cuts of meat and have the taste like high-end fabulousness! This dish will satisfy meat lovers anywhere.
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