Recipes

Jozsef's Chicken Paprikash Recipe

How to Use Jozsef’s Premium Chicken Paprikash Simmer Sauce This is a simmer sauce to use with uncooked meat. Do not brown or pre-cook the meat. The best tasting paprikash is made with bone-in chicken thighs. One jar of sauce will cook up to six (6) pounds of chicken thighs (approx. 16 pieces). Remove the chicken from package and remove skin, leaving bone in. Wash chicken in cold water and pat dry. Pour sauce from jar into a five (5) quart Dutch oven or large pot. Add chicken and mix with sauce. Do not add water or broth. Cook chicken covered...

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Jozsef’s Beef Gulyas

Jozsef’s Paprikash Sauce isn’t just for chicken. In fact, you can use it with a variety of meats including pork, veal and beef. Using my sauce you can put a special twist on a traditional Hungarian beef dish. Normally, Beef Gulyas is seasoned with sweet paprika, but I substitute that with Jozsef’s Paprikash Sauce, which helps enhance the traditional Hungarian flavors of the dish. Ingredients 1 Jar of Jozsef’s Paprikash Sauce 3 lbs. of Beef, Cubed ¾ Inches (Least Expensive Cut) 1 lb. of Beef Bones 1 Hungarian Yellow Hot Pepper or Banana Pepper, Cored and Chopped into ½ Inch...

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A Recipe from Mami's Kitchen: Cucumber Salad

cucumber cucumber salad hungarian food salad

A Recipe from Mami's Kitchen   My maternal grandmother, Mami, was of Austrian and Hungarian ancestry. She did the majority of the cooking at our home when I was growing up in Budapest since my parents were busy running their restaurant that was situated just below our house. I didn’t always know if I was eating Hungarian or Austrian food and still get surprised to this day when I find one of her old recipes in a cookbook.One day my Mami told me to try a salad dish she always served with chicken paprikash. I had absolutely no desire to...

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Hungarian Dumpling Recipe (Galuska)

Ingredients Four (4) Eggs Three (3) Cups of White All Purpose Flour One (1) Cup of Whole Milk or Half and Half Steps Mix milk and eggs together Fold the milk and egg mixture into the flour Mix all ingredients together until is thick (sort of a gooey mess) Put the mixture onto a plate Boil water with salt in a large pot Spoon small portions of the mixture into the water (dip spoon into water after each dumpling) Cook for approximately 15 minutes or until tender (cooked through the middle) Ingredients: 4 Eggs, 3 cups of white all-purpose flour,...

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