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This Hungarian steaks Esterhazy recipe -- Esterhazy rostelyos -- is purportedly named after 19th-century Prince Esterhazy of Hungary, of a family close to Austrian royalty. Its beauty lies in the economical cut of beef used in the recipe -- round steak -- and the fact that all the cooking is done on the stovetop (or slow cooker, if desired) with just an occasional peek required. Here is a larger photo of Hungarian steaks esterhazy. Some recipes call for celeriac or celery. If you like the taste of cooked celery, add it with the other vegetables. Makes 6 servings of Hungarian Steaks Esterhazy
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