For a taste of Hungary, try this traditional Hungarian dish. It's mixed with great spices and flavors, your guests will love it!   
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This is Austria’s hangover cure for New Year’s Day or any post-bacchanal day of recovery. Warm, hearty, and heavily spiced, this goulash will help ease that pounding headache. Click here to see the Chefs' Favorite Hangover Cures story.
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Spicy Hungarian Goulash
I love this dish in late fall and winter. It is a great warming dish that is perfect for cold nights. I’ve been eating this for as long as I can remember. The best I’ve ever had was at a German restaurant near where I grew up called the Alpenhof. The restaurant has since closed, but the memory of this soup will remain with me forever. Whenever we ate there my family always started with the goulash. This is my version of this spicy beef stew. Serve it over some buckwheat spätzle for an entrée sized portion. If you’re having more people, then simply double the recipe.
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"Creamy chicken stew and biscuits baked together is the ideal meal in a pot. F&W’s Grace Parisi’s version is unforgettable: The gravy is boldly spiced, and the biscuits are unbelievably moist and tender thanks to chicken stock and sour cream in the batter." — Food & Wine magazine; recipe contributed by Grace Parisi
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