Crockpot Sweet Potato Goulash

Rorie Weisberg Recipe By
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  • Cooking and Prep: 9 h
  • Serves: 6
  • No Allergens

Who needs sauces and sweeteners when you can use the natural flavor in sautéed onions and garlic.


Set it and forget it! A healthy balanced dinner with 10 min of prep!


Serve this goulash with a side of steamed broccoli, roasted asparagus, or sautéed spinach for added nutrients fiber and color!

Watch Rorie make this dish on the stovetop here!

Ingredients (9)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Crockpot Goulash

  1. Heat a frying pan and sauté onions in oil until soft and opaque.

  2. Add Gefen garlic cubes and cook for about a minute until just fragrant.

  3. In your crockpot, combine the onions and garlic with potatoes, paprika, salt and pepper.

  4. Add the beef stew and water or broth.

  5. Cook on high for eight hours or low for 20 hours.

  6. Alternatively you can make this dish in a pot and cook on low for five to six hours. You may need a little more liquid if making this goulash in a pot.

Tip:

Using a mix of sweet potatoes and Yukon gold adds flavor but also fiber, vitamins and lowers overall glycemic load.

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  • Chaya

    Longer cook time?

    Wondering if I could make this in place of chulent. Do you think it would be able to handle such a long cook time?
    Posted by Kshochet |February 7, 2020
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Yes, you will be fine! If you are concerned you can cook it on high before Shabbos and then bring it down to low for Shabbos.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|February 17, 2020
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  • Chaya

    Longer cook time?

    Wondering if I could make this in place of chulent. Do you think it would be able to handle such a long cook time?
    Posted by Kshochet |February 7, 2020
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Yes, you will be fine! If you are concerned you can cook it on high before Shabbos and then bring it down to low for Shabbos.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|February 17, 2020
    0

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