This actually is not difficult as it sounds. It was actually pretty easy to make. And very hard to share with the rest of the family. (less for me). I did a bit of salt after simmering the chicken for 90 minutes and I used a little more paprika in the chicken portion. But that is because back at home, we use paprika a lot more, and it is stronger than the paprika here in America. It was fantastic! I highly recommend.
This will be made time & time again in my house!!Everyone loved this, even though my dumplings weren't the best (a lil' undercooked) and didn't soak up alot of sauce. I need to start cooking this a lil' earlier than usual- but I definately won't mind!! Thanks for sharing- made for the French Forum Spice of the Month- paprika.
this has become one of my wife's favorite recipes. I find that I am making it at least twice a month--if not more! Thanks for the great recipe!
My Family loves this recipe. We had never had anything like it before i found it on here and decided to try it. Evereyone loves it! Thanks so much!!
I will try this recipe.But why would you cook the chicken so long.? I make chicken paprika and I only cook my chicken for about 35 to 40 mins. I simmer my chicken and then after it is tender I take it out of pan and set aside. I then make a gravy. Sour cream flour paprika,and then mix in the broth. I never use water I use chicken broth. It has a better flavor.
Amazing, simple, delicious. Will certainly make again. Thanks for the recipe!
Ok the broth was to die for I added sour cream and celery but I think I over cooked the dumpling because they at first tasted like four than tasted good but not fluffy will try again
Do not overmix dumpling ingredients...they will turn out dense instead of light and fluffy. My grandmother Svoboda never put paprika in her dumplings, but it doesn't do any harm except make all the colors look the same. Also, my grandmother put in a half cup of cream and a good amount of red pepper (cayenne)...in my humble opinion, these two additions are absolutley essential! Recipe as written needs more salt and paprika...I don't know how much bc my grandmother never measured anything...but season to taste. All in all, this is one of my family's favorite meals of all time. Thanks Karen for writing it up.