Was not difficult to make. Decided to add broccoli. Was delicious!
This was so delicious! We were definitely in need of some comfort food when I made this and it fit the bill perfectly! It's really so easy to make and anyone who knows me knows thats important to me! My husband, who has ancestral roots in the Bukavina (the old Austro-Hungarian Empire) said his grandmother made something similar. He loved this too. The only thing I did a teeny bit differently was use new potatoes, so I did not peel them after cooking, just sliced them. Thanks for another wonderful recipe Mirj!
Mirj I swear our ancestors came from close to the same areas...absolutely wonderful dish! I used the Szedged Paprika and plenty of it...Something to dance about. Thanks!!!
Very good and easy. I halved the recipe, but used both eggs. Will definitely be making this again. Thanks for sharing.
I made this twice, the first time exactly as written and with the following changes the second time: I used 1 29 oz can sliced potatoes, 4 eggs and I put paprika in the sour cream and onion mixture. Also, just a side note, I cooked the onions over medium high heat to brown them. With the changes, this became a very easy and tasty recipe and I will definitely make it again.
My in-laws have austro-hungarian ancestry, and they make a similar recipe that has been passed down for generatons. Instead of paprika, they use a splash of cider vinegar. Both ways (vinegar, or paprika) are delicious! The paprika is a less bland meal.
Absolutely delicious! Used matzo meal (laziness, easier than making breadcrumbs!). Thank you!