Pörkölt refers to a Hungarian stew with meat, onion and paprika. Bell peppers, caraway seeds and tomatoes are used in some variation of the recipe, although some chefs prefer to avoid
these items. Typically beef, lamb, pork or chicken is used as the meat, but offal such tripe or liver can be used, and some people have even been known to prepare the dish using seafood.
Porkolt refers to a Hungarian stew that is similar to Gulyas, but thicker and with more onions.
List of books: Pörkölt