Jun 13, 2012

Chicken Paprikash Seasoning review/giveaway


Chef Rick asked me to review his wonderful recipe for a Chicken Paprikash seasoning that he has conveniently packaged for all of us to enjoy.  This is a really great sauce for chicken.
I had never tasted Paprikash before trying this from Chef Rick's so I was anxious to try it.
I baked chicken, fixed the sauce according to the directions and cooked some egg noodles.  When the chicken and noodles were done I poured the sauce over both of them.  The taste was excellant!  Rich and sweet tasting, it was so good.
Chef Rick has been serving this wonderful sauce to diners all over the U.S. for years.

Hungarian Chicken Paprikash, makes use of the rich sweet taste of paprika in a warm creamy sauce to bring old-world flavors into the modern day. Traditionally, Chicken Paprikash is served as a sauce with chicken and spaetzels (dumplings), or over rice or noodles.

The recipe is a sour cream based sauce that is almost always served with chicken and dumplings. While Chicken Paprikash hails originally from Hungary, it has made its way throughout Eastern Europe and is found in regional cuisines as far away as Morocco and the U.S.
Recipes for Chicken Paprikash have been handed down for generations and vary from family to family and region to region. Chef Rick's Chicken Paprikash Seasoning and Chef Rick's Chicken Paprikash Soup and Sauce Seasoning allows you to customize your Chicken Paprikash for the tastes of your family, friends and customers, or just follow the recipes provided for an easy to make sauce or soup.
Other names for Chicken paprikash are chicken paprika and chicken paprikas.
Chef Rick's chicken paprikash soup is a very specific recipe, that contains celery, onions, chicken and spaetzles. 
The sauce is easy to make.  Here is a list of the ingredients to make it:
2 - 14.5 oz ounce cans of chicken broth
2 chicken bouillon cubes
1.5 lbs.of sour cream
1 - 4 oz. package of Chef Rick's Chicken Paprikash Seasoning.

Chicken Paprikash sells for $5.95 and you can order it online by clicking here or visiting the website. 
Would you like to win 2 packages to keep one and give one to a friend?  Or keep them both.  Just enter my rafflecopter below and Good Luck!

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