Buddy, as my family is Jewish, the Hungarian recipes that they made did not include pork nor did they mix milk and meat. Later generations did not keep kosher, but the tnt Hungarian recipes that I have are going to be a bit different as we still tend not to mix milk and meat in our Hungarian recipes. However, I have a Hungarian neighbor and I have been a guest at their table and have Hungarian cookbooks. Like most dishes, each family may put their own spin on a dish. There are so many ways to make stuffed cabbage, for example. Some are vinegar based without tomato and some are sweet and sour, some are sweet...I have seen and read them all.
This is a traditional recipe for Sezeged Goulash:
Szeged Goulash (Szegediner Gluyas) recipe
One of the best sources for these recipes are Hungarian Church cookbooks, especially older ones that you may find at a second hand bookstore.