There are many variations of Goulash, whose origins are found in the hearty stew that was made by Hungarian cattle herders. As they drove their cattle to markets across eastern Europe, their recipe followed them. Many variations of the Hungarian Gulyásleves remain popular today especially in the territories of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire (which include present day Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia and Croatia). Our slow roast beef version uses left-over beef pot roast with its gravy. This quick, one dish meal is an easy way to experience the quintessential flavors of Hungary.