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Jewish World Review Dec. 26, 2007 / 17 Teves 5768

Hungarian soup makes hearty winter meal

By Linda Gassenheimer


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http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | It's the time of year when a hearty bowl of soup makes an inviting dinner.


When my son arrived for dinner one Sunday evening with a winter cold, I prepared Hungarian Goulash Soup in only a few minutes with ingredients I had on hand.


Goulash is a traditional Hungarian dish made with meat, Hungarian paprika, potatoes and spices. It was prepared by the Magyars as a method of preserving meat and was cooked for a very long time, allowing the meat to become tender. For this recipe, I used a low fat smoked sausage to shorten the cooking time while still producing a flavorful result.


Hungarian paprika lends a sweet pepper flavor to the soup. It can be found in the spice section of some supermarkets. Regular paprika will also work well. Be sure your paprika is fresh. Serve the soup with rye bread and marinated mushroom salad.


This meal contains 563 calories per serving with 25 percent of calories from fat.


HELPFUL HINTS:


  • If you like a peppery soup, look for hot Hungarian paprika.

  • The soup gains flavor as it sits. Make double and refrigerate or freeze extra for another quick dinner.

  • The soup calls for russet potatoes, also known as Idaho or baking potatoes.


COUNTDOWN:


Make soup

While soup cooks, marinate the mushrooms and finish the salad.


WINE SUGGESTION:


This soft and spicy dish calls for a warm and spicy wine - a nice red zinfandel.

SHOPPING LIST

Here are the ingredients you'll need.

To buy: 1 small bunch celery, 1/4 pound low-fat smoked sausage, 3/4 pound russet potatoes, 1/4 pound button mushrooms, 1 small head lettuce, 1 jar Hungarian or regular paprika, 1 jar caraway seeds and 1 small loaf rye bread.

Staples: Carrots, garlic, fat-free, low-salt chicken broth, red onion, dried dill, salad dressing and vegetable oil spray.


HUNGARIAN GOULASH SOUP

1/4 pound low-fat smoked sausage

Vegetable oil spray,

1 medium red onion, sliced (2 cups)

3 medium garlic cloves, crushed

2 stalks celery, sliced (1 cup)

2 carrots, sliced (1 cup)

1 tablespoon Hungarian paprika

2 teaspoons caraway seeds

2 cups fat-free, low-salt chicken broth

1 cup water

3/4 pound russet potatoes

2 slices rye bread


Cut sausage into 1-inch cubes. Spray a large saucepan with vegetable oil spray. Saute onion, garlic, celery, carrots and sausage for 5 minutes. Add paprika, caraway seeds, broth, water and potatoes. Bring to a boil, cover and cook 15 minutes on high heat. Toast bread. Serve soup in large soup bowls with toast. Makes 2 servings.


Per serving: 538 calories, 25 grams protein, 81 grams carbohydrate, 25 grams fat, 24 percent of calories as fat, 11.5 grams fiber, 41 milligrams cholesterol, 577 milligrams sodium.


MARINATED MUSHROOM SALAD

1/4 pound button mushrooms, washed and sliced

2 tablespoons salad dressing

Several lettuce leaves

2 teaspoons dried dill


Toss mushrooms in dressing and let stand 10 minutes. Wash lettuce leaves and place on serving plate. Spoon mushrooms on top. Sprinkle with dill.


Per serving: 25 calories, 2 grams protein, 4 grams carbohydrate, 0.3 grams fat, 10 percent of calories as fat, 0.7 grams fiber, no cholesterol, 15 milligrams sodium.

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