I also opt to use boneless chicken breasts, but bone-in chicken is more traditional, and will also add more flavor to the dish as well. Either way, this dish is so wonderfully simple, but yet so unique, and incredibly satisfying. Comfort food at it's best!
Prep time: 10-15 min. for the dish + 15-20min. if making own pasta
Cooking time: 1 hour
of oil or butter
of chicken (bone-in chicken pieces, or boneless breasts)
onion (chopped or sliced)
salt & pepper
Hungarian Sweet Paprika
of chicken broth
**Optional- sour cream
Homemade Noodles: **This is the same recipe I use for my pierogi dough!
My daughter Lora specifically asked me to make her Kalács (Hungarian Nut Roll) and I just put it off not realizing that it's the traditional value of the holiday season that she still remembers from the time she was little and my aunt making all the wonderful bake goods every Christmas
1 ½ pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts1/3 cup flour2 tbsp of sweet Hungarian paprika½ tsp of marjoramSalt and pepper1 medium onion, chopped1 red pepper, chopped2 cloves garlic, minced2 bay leaves2 cups chicken broth½ cup sour cream, (I use light)Fresh parsley, chopped
Cream together the cream cheese and butter. To this, add the flour - in small portions by hand. When it comes together, turn over on a lightly floured surface and add the rest of the flour to form a dough (IT WILL BE SOFT - but it should be smooth)
When I saw this month’s selected recipes for Tuesdays with Dorie were these lovely little jam-filled Hungarian Shortbreads and gooey Sticky Pecan Buns made with a rich buttery dough (which will be revealed a little later this month), I may have groaned a little
Pair these burgers with the paprikash soup, and you have Hungarian night. It's just that I really wanted to make vegetable paprikash soup, but as have already shared, some people claim soup is not a meal