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Pork Paprikash

Pork Paprikash

 

 

Pork Paprikash with Pasta

Pork Paprikash with Pasta

 

 

 

 

Hello, hello, hello!

How’s everyone doing today? I hope everything is well with all of you.

 

Today is a very busy day for me so we will be making very quick, but delicious meal …. today I will share with you my recipe for very simple PORK PAPRIKASH.

 

My paternal grandmother was Hungarian so growing up I ate lot of PAPRIKASH …. Chicken Paprikash …. Meatless Paprikash & of course PORK PAPRIKASH …. good thing I loved it.

 

Of course, grandma’s PAPRIKASH took hours to cook …… these days I do not have the luxury of time so I had to come up with a short cut.

 

Today is one of those busy days where quick dinner is a must …. so PORK PAPRIKASH  with noodles it’s What’s For Dinner Tonight.

 

Pork Paprikash

Pork Paprikash

 

Tomorrow morning I am hitting the road with my boys …. yes, little road trip …. all the way to Vancouver Children’s Hospital to see Little Peanut’s neurosurgeon for a check up to make sure that he’s progressing well after his brain damage.

It’s been exactly 13 months since LP’s accident & I think he is the bravest little toaster I ever met. I love the spunk & positivity in that kid ….. so contagious.

 

So, I will be gone for few days having some bonding time with my two special boys ….. I have some fun planned for us …. and of course I will keep you posted via Instagram.

 

This recipe serves about 4.

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 – 2lbs Pork (cubed)
  • 1 Tbsp Flour
  • 1 Tbsp Oil
  • 2 Tbsp Hungarian Paprika ( Sweet, Hot or mix)
  • Onion (finely chopped)
  • 3/4 cup Water
  • Salt & Pepper

STEP 1: In a bowl coat cubed pork with flour. Set aside.

STEP 2:In a skillet heat oil on high. Add paprika and stir for a minute or two. Add pork and brown it well on all sides.

STEP 3: Turn the heat down to medium high. Stir in onions. Add water and cook till the meat is tender.Stir occasionally.Salt and pepper to taste.

 

Tip: You can also add scoop of sour cream to thicken the sauce and make the Pork Paprikash creamier.

 

Pork Paprikash

Pork Paprikash

 

 

Don’t forget …. Keep Smiling …. Keep Cooking!

 

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This recipe is linked to:

WHATCHA’ WHIPPED UP @ DJ’s Sugar Shack

BACK FOR SECONDS SOCIAL @ Back For Seconds

WHAT’S IN YOUR KITCHEN WEDNESDAY @ Kitchen Meets Girl

TWO GIRLS AND A PARTY @ Life With The Crust Cut Off  & This Silly Girl’s Life

 

 

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4 Responses to “Pork Paprikash”

  1. Kris says:

    Sounds delish! I am curious to know more about your Grandmothers version. Enjoy your time with your boys :)
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  2. This sounds so good! I’m late in reading this so I hope the doctors appointment went well!
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