Does it get more Hungarian than Chicken Paprikash? This dish takes all of the most popular Hungarian vegetables, green peppers, onions, tomatoes and of course lots of paprika, and slow cooks them with chicken until they are very tender and melt in your mouth. You can serve this with rice, which you can cook with the chicken and vegetable, but if you want to be authentic, try making the Knokerly, which are delicious Hungarian dumpling noodles. They soak up the gravy and were always my favorite part of dish when I was young. If you want to taste Hungary on a plate, this is the dish for you!
This dish will fill your house with the smells and taste of the best of Middle Eastern Food. And who can resist carmelized onions baked into warm bread? If you’ve never cooked with Sumac before, this beautiful and lemony spice might become part of your repertoire. This one tray meal, is super easy to pull together yet tastes wonderfully exotic and delicious.