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Hungarian Turkey Goulashwith Garlic and Lemon

Hungarian Turkey Goulash - Hungarian Turkey Goulash - The classic Hungarian stew is reinterpreted with turkey
Hungarian Turkey Goulash - The classic Hungarian stew is reinterpreted with turkey

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Calories:368 kcal
Difficulty:easy
Preparation:30 min
Ready in:75 min
Low-sugar
low-carb
High-protien
lactose-free
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1 serving contains (Percentage of daily recommendation)
Calories368 kcal(18%)
Protein42 g(84%)
Fat20 g(25%)
Carbohydrates2 g(1%)
Added Sugar0 g(0%)
Roughage1 g(3%)

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Ingredients

For servings

5small Onion (about 250 grams)
1 ½ poundsboneless Turkey stew meat (leg or thigh meat)
2 tablespoonsCanola oil
Salt
Pepper
½ tablespoonsground paprika (hot)
2 tablespoonsground paprika (sweet)
2Garlic clove
1Lemon
1 teaspoonCaraway
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Kitchen Utensils

1 Pot, 1 Bowl, 1 Cutting board, 1 Large knife, 1 Small knife, 1 Tablespoon, 1 Teaspoon, 1 Wooden spoon, 1 Fine grater, 1 Lid, 1 Measuring cups

Directions

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1 Peel the onions and cut into very thin strips.
2 In a bowl, mix turkey with 1 tablespoon oil. Season with salt and pepper.
3 Heat the remaining oil in a heavy pot. Add onions and cook over medium heat, stirring frequently, until translucent, 10-12 minutes.
4 Add meat to pot, cover and cook until staring to brown, about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
5 Sprinkle turkey with both kinds of paprika and stir to coat.
6 Add just enough water to cover turkey (400-500 ml) (approximately 2 cups). Season with salt and pepper. Cover and simmer over medium heat until turkey is very tender, about 35 minutes.
7 Peel garlic. Rinse lemon in hot water, wipe dry and grate the zest. Finely chop the garlic and zest with some salt and the caraway seeds. 
8 When the turkey is tender, return liquid to a boil and cook until  reduced. Stir in garlic mixture, season with salt and pepper and serve.
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