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Old 06-19-2009, 03:41 PM
Location: Orlando, Florida
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I rarely cook anything I can't pronounce.....and this one is a real tongue twister for me!
Sounds really yummy though.
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Old 08-19-2009, 08:40 PM
Location: So. of Rosarito, Baja, Mexico
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Well us Hungarian people are hard to get rid of.

Have done the Paprikas stew with Chicken...beef stew and today did with Pork Stew with dumplings and it came out delicious.

This will feed four people at one meal.

1 lb of Pork Stew meat (Extra is nice) (cut into smaller pieces...cooks faster)
1 sm onion (sliced)
3-4 Garlic cloves (whole)
Misc spices to taste
2-3 tsp Hungarian Sweet Red Paprika
1 cup water to start
2 tbls cooking oil (I used bacon grease)

1/2 cup sour cream for dumplings
1 tbls flour
1 tsp Red paprika

1-1/2 cup of flour
1 egg
1/2 cup of wqter
pinch of salt
(add water or flour to make batter tacky)

Saute onions/galic/oil...add pork pieces...add 2 tsp Red Paprika...add 1 cup water...stir well...bring to boil...add more water to cover meat...add pinch misc spices...stir well... bring to boil then reduce heat to simmer and cook 30 mins (stir often)

Boil water in large pot (pinch of salt)
Mix dumpling batch till tacky (Place aside)
Mix sour cream to flour/paprika (place aside)

While stirring the meat...add a small spoon of dumpling mix into water...when they rise remove to strainer

The meat should be about done during this time...add the sour cream mix to the pot...stir well...add the dumplings and dinner is ready to be served.

I know my system may and will vary a little...taste variations of ingredients will make a difference on the end result. Each meat will cook differently.

I am one person and cook for myself based on my old memories of my mothers thrifty Euorpean cooking habits. When you do not have much a person tends to look for a easy way of prepping food. She learned that in the old country.

Hope that I've enlightened a few folks.

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