Paprikas Burgonya ( Paprika Potatoes)

Paprikas Burgonya ( Paprika Potatoes) created by Dienia B.

Secrets of Hungarian Cooking; times are guesstimate, of course.

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  • Saute finely chopped onion in butter.
  • Add paprika when onions are lightly browned; then add potatoes and salt.
  • Cover and keep stewing, adding enough water to keep potatoes from sticking. Turn now and again with pancake turner.
  • Simmer until potatoes are soft.
  • Before serving add a little sour cream, if desired.
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  1. iris5555
    I made this just as written and very much enjoyed the potatoes. Just perfect.
  2. l72thomas
    Being Hungarian, I grew up with this dish, I would boil my potatoes a bit before adding to the onion paprika mixture, otherwise you would have to add too much butter to keep from sticking, and too much water, so that the potatoes would have to cook somehow.
  3. Dienia B.
    Paprikas Burgonya ( Paprika Potatoes) Created by Dienia B.
  4. Chef Kate
    I was doubtful--didn't seem like enough butter and I wondered about the water--Thank goodness I followed directions--DELICIOUS! Thanks, Dee.
  5. Sir_Kennuth
    One other idea for this dish is to add a really flavorful kielbassa. In Hungary they often add sliced hotdogs also.
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