Trieste Goulash

Gulasch Triestino

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Appears in
Italian Regional Cookery

By Valentina Harris

Published 1990

  • About

As it comes from the snowy region of Friuli, this spicy beef stew is a not-very-distant relative of the Magyar goulash which was so loved by Pablo Neruda. You can finish it off Hungarian-fashion with milk and semolina dumplings, dollops of yoghurt, mashed potato or boiled rice, all of which serve the purpose of putting out the fire in your mouth! Whereas in the south of Italy chilli pepper was used to cover up unsavoury smells and flavours and as a cure for everything from malaria to worms,