This rich and delicious goulash recipe is our pressure cooker recipe, but you would make it just the same in a slow cooker, just pop it on in the morning so it's ready when you walk in the door.
Goulash is usually served with soured cream, to make ours paleo we used soured coconut milk, which worked really well.
To make soured coconut cream or milk, just add lemon juice - we used 2 tsps to approximately 100ml of coconut milk.
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We served our goulash with beetroot noodles, read all about how good this vegetable is for you on our beetroot nutrition page.
for the soured coconut milk/cream