Trentino A.A. - Brunico - IT
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K. Bernardi, Beef goulash. The fundamental aspect that makes this stew so delicious is the total absence of dyes and preservatives and the use of raw materials of the highest quality.
Serving suggestions: Beef goulash serves well with cooked potatoes, rice, pasta, polenta, steamed or boiled vegetables or just simply with bread.
Ingredients: Beef 55%, meat broth, (water, beef, double tomato concentrate, roasted onion, potato starch, WHEAT FLOUR, soy-bean oil, sunflower oil, salt, spices, natural flavours.) Without additives, without lactose.
Editor's note: Gulasch o Goulash. It dates back centuries and was originally made by shepherds drying out meat to be able to store and then adding water to create a soup or stew. Everyone seems to have their own way of making this dish and adds different veggies.
Standard delivery 5 - 11 working days
Express delivery 1 - 5 working days
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