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Although I haven't made this dish in ages, it was one of the first I tried when DH and I were dating, and I made dinner for him! For that reason, I'm glad I found this cookbook (Betty Crocker's New International) to share this sentimental (for us) dish. I remember it being a very tasty dish; it's not very colorful, but it does have a nice flavor, and when made with light sour cream, isn't too detrimental to the waistline! It's described as both Hungarian and Austrian in its origin, "betyar fogas", and the note says that it's often accompanied by boiled russet potatoes. I used to serve it with a colorful salad, since a white fish dish and white potatoes was way too bland!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (133 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4