I love recipes with a history or with an interesting name... Here, I stumbled on the Internet at this recipe. The preamble was as follows: Stew Bismarck called "Palestine" - rich thick soup prepared with three different types of meat. He is especially fond of German Chancellor Bismarck when he was vacationing in the Bavarian Spa resort bad Kissingen. Thick and hearty, "Palestine" is included in the Golden collection of 100 of the most famous recipes of different countries of the world. In his honour in the German city of Regen for 130 years the festival is held with night skiing boating, a costume parade, a colorful fair and fireworks. Well, do you think I could resist such a recipe. Of course not! Prepared... very tasty and satisfying, but... it seemed to me simple-minded. Began to search... and found. What I found, more on that below.
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This soup is definitely prepared with three types of meat.
So, wash the meat and cut into cubes.
In a large, deep pan (ideally it should be cast iron) to cook meat.
I took quite a big as I thought, ceramic pot, but in the end all the products are barely fit... So, take more, not lose.
Further spread layers of vegetables. First potatoes.
Then the onion.
Add spices, paprika, salt.
Pour hot water or broth to cover the vegetables by about a finger.
Bring to boil and simmer on very low heat for 1.5 hours.