Traditional Hungarian Paprika Chicken (Low Carb and Keto), is a simple to make recipe with melt-in-your-mouth chicken that is slowly simmered in its own special flavorful sauce made with onion, sour cream, and paprika. Drool-worthy for sure. This healthy chicken recipe makes a wonderful cozy one-pan dinner that everyone in your house will love!
What is Hungarian Paprika Chicken?
Hungarian Chicken Paprikás (also called chicken paprikash or paprika chicken) is a very traditional meal served in Hungary. Paprika is a very common spice used in Hungarian cuisine and this dish is one of the most famous uses of the spice.
While visiting Budapest, Hungary recently my husband and I had the pleasure of taking a cooking class and learned how to make this fabulous dish! You are going to LOVE It! It's always fun to try something new, right?
Details of our class with Easy Cooking Budapest, here! 🙂 If you travel to Budapest, I highly recommend it!
How to Make Hungarian Paprika Recipe
This is a very simple dish to prepare and it tastes amazing!
Simply sauté your onions, then add salt, pepper, and paprika.
Place chicken in the pan and pour water over the top cover about 2/3 of the chicken.
Cover and boil for 1 hour.
Wisk xantham gum or flour into sour cream and pour into the pan, and whisk into sauce. Continue to cook until sauce thickens into a gravy-like consistency.
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