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Hungarian Paprikash - Cooking

Hungarian Paprikash - Cooking

Hungarian Paprikash is a delicious dish. I really do not measure, but You can Google for exact receipt amounts. Use Veal or Chicken (for Chicken Paprikash), sour cream, onion, Paprika (which is a roasted ground sweet red pepper), cooking oil, buttered egg noodles. Stir often when simmering. Simmer at least 30 minutes after browning the meat. A 60 or even 90 simmer is even better. Goes great with Merlot.

Music: "Hungarian Rhapsody" (#5 I believe) by Brahms. Processed Midi file from www.archive.org, indicated as being in the Public Domain. (Sorry the video cite the song from Liszt but it is indeed Brahms).

see: http://hungarianvideos.blogspot.com

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