Monday, February 15, 2010

Going The Rounds
New quilt design!!
This quilt is perfect
for the new baby boy in your life.
brown and blue dot minkee back
sooo soft!!
Very easy, just glue circles down ...
and let your quilter do the rest.
Kit price $69.95

Cooking Hungarian Style

In the kitchen with Al and Goldie
makes for a delicious meal.
Having the savory flavors
of a Canadian and a Hungarian Cook
what could be better.
Wow now our blog offers international exposure.
The recipe included is a treat
and a must try for you and your family.
It has a delicious creamy flavor
served with home made noodles.

Mixing the eggs and flour by hand
making dough thick and sticky.
Goldie is 80 years old
and you can always plan on her help.
Whether it's cooking or cleaning
you won't believe your eyes.
She can take a stain from a stove,
oven or pot to make it appear brand new.

To cook noodles drop by small amount in boiling water.

Paprika Chicken with Dumplings.

Also served with cucumbers in vinegar,
little sugar hungarian paprika
and thinly sliced red peppers.

Hungarian Paprika is available in grocery stores
I know I have found it at Harmons
on the spice aisle.
It is more flavorful than regular
stop by and pick some up for your favorite recipes.
Comes in a can and says Hungarian Paprika.

Paprika Chicken and Dumplings

2 Tbsp oil
2 large onions chopped
cook untill transparent.
Add 6-8 chicken breasts
2 Tbsp Tomato sauce, 1 tsp chicken bouillon,
and salt to taste.
cook untill chicken is done.
Add: 2 tsp paprika
1/2 cup chicken broth
5 Tbsp flour
1/4 c. whip cream
1/2 c. sour cream
Make Noodles
5 c. flour
6 eggs
3 tsp salt
add water until thick and sticky.
drop by spoonfulls into
bubbly chicken mixture.
simmer untill cooked through.

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