This is how my Grandma and Great Grandma have been making chicken paprikash forever. The recipes here on zaar are all gravies and thats not how we make ours. My Great Grandma was given a cookbook from the Hungarian Women's Auxilary in Detroit and that's where this comes from. I will also post a recipe for how we make kluskies seperately. Note: I never really measure, so with the paprika, you have to do this by taste and look. Oh! this is really easy to halve or cut down because 12 pieces of chicken is a lot, you defineitely don't have to use that many and you get the same result.
Okay, so apparently traditional Polish kluskies are made from potatoes, but ours aren't. I think we just call them that, lol. They're just like a regular dumpling but pair soooo well with chicken paprikash (which I have posted a recipe for). I think these are also from the Hungarian Women's Auxilary cookbook but they might be called something else. You can easily change the servings of this recipe, just keep the same proportions.
I made cranberry sauce for the first time this Thanksgiving and it turned out great. I got the idea from venus2 and elaborated on it. All 14 members of my family loved it and I hope you do too :) (Prep time includes sitting time)