Grenadier March (Grenadiersky Pochod)


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Grenadier March (Grenadiersky Pochod)



Cold winter nights mean hearty and stick-to-your-bones comfort dinner meals in my family.


Having two growing and always starving boys little dainty dinners don’t go over well……….Especially when it’s cold outside and the boys have been playing hockey or shoveling driveway.


Raising two boys our food budget is getting bigger and bigger every month so cheap….filling….yummy dishes are frequently on my menu.


I often get my ideas for cheap meals from my childhood in Slovakia.


Last night I made a dish that goes back to my years in boarding school….total comfort dish called GRENADIER MARCH…. super easy to make….. made under 30 minutes…….hearty & filling.





This recipe serves 4-6 portions and it’s vegetarian friendly (just leave out the ham).


  • 6 Potatoes (medium size)
  • 400g Broad Egg Noodles
  • 2 Onions
  • 2 Tbsp Oil or Butter
  • 1 Tbsp Hungarian Paprika (Sweet or Hot – your choice)
  • 1 cup Ham or Smoked Sausage (chopped & optional for vegetarian version)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
STEP 1: Peel and cut the potatoes into small chunks. Cook them till soft, but not mushy.Drain and put aside.


STEP 2: Cook and drain the egg noodles. Put aside.


STEP 3: In a large skillet heat the oil or butter on high. Add finely chopped onions and saute them till translucent.

STEP 4: Add paprika and saute for about 1 minute while stirring.

STEP 5: Turn the heat down to medium. Add chopped ham into the mix. Stir and cook for 2 minutes.

STEP 6: Add the potatoes and stir till well combined.

STEP 7: Add the noodles and repeat the process. Salt and pepper.

STEP 8: Turn the heat to high and brown the mixture little bit. Stir and serve. 




Grenadier March (Grenadiersky Pochod)

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One Response to “Grenadier March (Grenadiersky Pochod)”

  1. BigD says:

    Hi, Bibi.I'm your newest, biggest fan!This looks so good–as do a the stuffed pancakes and the cabbage and noodles on the lastest post.I really, really wish I'd brought back more Hungarian paprika while I was in Europe. I gave half of what I brought home to my sister–now I'm regretting it!BigD

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