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Re: Is Europe a country?

Joseph Marton wrote:

> > 1 lbs chicken (bone less if you like) 1 medium onion chopped
> > 1 cup white wine or water or both
> > 1 16 oz sour cream
> > 1-2 tbs spoon(s) paprika
> > A little pepper
> > A little olive oil

>
> That's close to Hungarian style. You also need some flour, plus to
> truly make it authentic you need to use lard instead of olive oil.
>


Ok, I make the low fat version...haha

> > Cooked white rice

>
> Egad. I guess it could be served over rice, but I server it over home
> made noodles. That's a bit more authentic over rice.


oh I love white rice.

>
> > Brown the chicken and onions together in olive oil. Then dump the
> > other stuff in with it and let it simmer for an hour or so over
> > medium/low heat. Serve over the rice.

>
> The way I do it, after browning the chicken & onions I then put in
> just a little bit of water and the paprika and let it simmer in that.
> Then at the very end I add the sour cream/flour mixture.


yeah, I did that now that I think about it...I like the way the wine
makes the chicken taste and I like to give it time for the alcohol to
cook off...


>
> If you want the exact recipe, which is a true Hungarian recipe, I can
> post it when I get back home from Brainshare.


That would be great...


>
> Your way still sounds pretty good, BTW. Just not quite authentic. 🙂


well since i am not an authentic Hungarian , I guess thats ok...

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Re: Is Europe a country?

hrmmm, figured they were used to use westerners not knowing our
geography...noting personal, we’re so self absorbed. That’s why we put
the US in the middle of every map we make...

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Re: Is Europe a country?

"Thing is you can always dig up someone like that...in any
country."

Yeah, that's true.

If it works, don't fix it.
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Re: Is Europe a country?

On Wed, 19 Mar 2008 13:42:37 +0000, OrangeBlossom wrote:

> well since i am not an authentic Hungarian , I guess thats ok...


What's sad is that even though I practically am (both of my parents were
Hungarian) most of the recipes I have aren't from my mom. I did get a
few, though. The rest are from various Hungarian cookbooks.

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Joe
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Re: Is Europe a country?

My 1/2 brother is half Hungarian. My mom's first husband was. She
learned it from her ex-mother in law...man that woman could cook! They
are who I use to get the x-mas candy from that I posted about back in
Dec.

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Re: Is Europe a country?

ztheil wrote:
> And probably it hurts for the French people and every European too.


Just as long as you're not including us British in that 😉

Michael
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