I call it Gornjiska soup

If the Gorenjska people were given the proverbial parsimonious adjective, the soup of the day may indeed be one of the most economical and should still be reminiscent of goulash, despite the fact that it does not contain a single piece of meat. He hasn’t smelled yet.

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In today’s recipe, I cheated a bit and added some bacon to the soup for “relish.” On the other hand, people in Gorengska can calmly compare us to potatoes. This is not because of the unbelievably great happiness that we will have in life (some of them, of course), but because of the good spread and the well-known and popular cultural plants that proudly boast the Gorengska fields. Of course, we are talking again about all the useful potatoes.

Our dish is a simple stew (maybe stew is a little bad term for this dish). It is easy to cook. However, on cold winter days, it will bring just the right amount of warmth and calories to keep you warm indoors, especially if you’re rocking the snowy white background. In the main role, therefore, potatoes and onions are a wonderful and irreplaceable calorie.

Goulash Potato Soup.  Photo: Tanya Drnovic/Delo

Goulash Potato Soup. Photo: Tanya Drnovic/Delo

For a pot of potato soup, we need:

oil
3 to 4 onions
7 to 8 potatoes
A few slices of bacon
1 tablespoon of rice flour
2 cloves minced garlic

0.5 dl of red wine
salt pepper
Bay leaf, a sprinkle of cumin
paprika powder
mashed tomato spoon
(optional soup cube)

Prepare Potato Goulash Soup:

Peel the potatoes into cubes and cook them in salted water. Chop the onions and fry well. Add the bacon to the onions and saute more. Sprinkle onions with sweet pepper, add tomato paste and stir. We add wine. Boiled potatoes are shaken in a saucepan, water is poured over them, soup cube, bay leaf, garlic and cumin are added, then salt and pepper to taste. We’ve been cooking it all together for a while. Be careful not to overcook the potatoes.

On cold winter days, they'll bring just the right amount of warmth and calories to keep you warm indoors, especially if you're rocking the snowy white landscape.  Photo: Tanya Drnovic/Delo

On cold winter days, they’ll bring just the right amount of warmth and calories to keep you warm indoors, especially if you’re rocking the snowy white landscape. Photo: Tanya Drnovic/Delo

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