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Every Sunday starting at noon I start the glorious task of choppin` onions. The first step of an all day process of cooking outside on an open fire. Chicken paprikash it is, and making it has become our Sunday tradition. Yep cooking outside;winter, spring, summer, and fall. Of course you can prepare this meal inside on the stove,but it is just not the same.
So anyway, the onions are added to the pot with oil, and spices; depending on who we have dining with us is how we decide how hot to make it. This past weekend we didn`t have to worry about burning up anyones intestines, and made the paprikash hot as.....you know what. It was great! Thats the way I like it! potatoes, carrots, celery, hot hungarian and jalepeno peppers...and of course chicken.
Does take some patience,it can take anywhere from 3 to 6 hours, but it`s well worth it.