HI, everyone!!! *waving*
To those celebrating, HAPPY EASTER! Christ is Risen! I hope you are having a wonderful and blessed Easter Day.
I made something for you. It’s really delicious. And it has my name written all over it!
Why, you ask?
Because there’s chicken, there’s veggies, there’s paprika, and because, quite simply, I grew up on Chicken Paprikash.
In my life, when talking about a certain food, or dish, it usually (like, 99% of the time) is connected to my family. I know this is not unique to me – I’m pretty sure you can all relate in one way or another.
Case in point; we have Grandma’s Rustic Egg Salad in one corner, or in this case, in one blog post, and mom’s Chicken Paprikash in the other.
Not sure if you’ll ever see me saying “my father’s ________ fill in the blank dish”, but it’s all good. Apparently, not everyone was made to cook.
You know what’s cool about this dish? It looks like something you had to slave over, but in reality, most of the time it is on the stove, cooking. The only thing you’re responsible for is chopping. And adding a spice, or two… and you really don’t have to tell anyone just how easy it is to make.
You probably have some chicken breasts in that freezer. Got some onions? Carrots? Tomatoes? Canned will do. Wine?! Heck yeah you do! Get it all together and let’s do this… Chicken Paprikash for dinner, baby!