Mushrooms Paprikash With Egg Noodles

Mushrooms Paprikash With Egg Noodles created by Mrs Goodall

Creamy flavorful yumminess! This is a very rich dish. Be generous with the tomato paste and paprika.

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  • In a frying pan, melt butter over medium heat. Add onion and cook until golden.
  • Add garlic and mushrooms and cook until liquid is mostly evaporated.
  • Add tomato paste, paprika and salt. Simmer until blended and heated through.
  • Remove from heat and stir in sour cream.
  • Meanwhile cook pasta until tender. Drain noodles and toss with mushrooms.
  • Serve hot.
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"Creamy flavorful yumminess! This is a very rich dish. Be generous with the tomato paste and paprika."

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  1. world_traveler
    My husband and I had a debate about whether paprika and sour cream were flavors that go together. He says they do not go together but in the end I liked it. This particular recipe feels like it needs a little something extra (a bit of umph) but overall, I liked it.
  2. Hot Pepper
    This is an easy, yet special dish that can be served at a dinner party. I used Stonyfield 0 fat yogurt instead of sour cream and added diced yellow squash. Yummy. This is now on rotation at our house. I'm so glad I found this recipe. Thanks for sharing!!
  3. Hot Pepper
    This is an easy, yet special dish that can be served at a dinner party. I used Stonyfield 0 fat yogurt instead of sour cream and added diced yellow squash. Yummy. This is now on rotation at our house. I'm so glad I found this recipe. Thanks for sharing!!
  4. mums the word
    I was very pleased with this recipe. I did make some slight changes to try to lighten this up. I used only 3 tbsp butter and about 1/2 Cup of low fat sour cream and I served over whole wheat egg noodles. After I sauteed the mushrooms, onion and garlic, I added about 2 tbsp water and then mixed in the paprika and tomato paste. I also added about 1/2 C of thinly sliced leftover steak and then mixed in the sour cream until the consistency was what I wanted. This would be a great recipe when the pantry is getting bare. If you have extra chicken or beef laying around, throw it in and use it up. Loved it and will make it again. Thanks dicentra!
  5. mystere2e
    Oh my, what a GREAT base recipe!! This is perfect as-is. No, it's not spicy or "complex" but it is COMFORT FOOD... First time I made this as directed, but had to use canned shrooms as that's all I had on hand (next time: definitely doing fresh). Tonight I am making this with 1lb of Polish sausage I must use, in place of the mushrooms. This is classic Eastern European food and finally, I find a recipe with the right proportions. Stol laj!
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