Slavic peasants created this stew using three basic ingredients: equal parts beef and onions, and a healthy dose of paprika. Whether you use sweet or spicy Hungarian paprika, it should be fresh, with a pungent aroma.
Before making this dish, read our handy instructions on how to make pork paillards. This pan sauce is enriched with sour cream instead of butter. Serve the pork and sauce over egg noodles tossed with butter and finely chopped parsley.
This classic Hungarian dish will fill you up and keep you warm on a chilly fall night. A healthy dose of paprika gives this dish its deep brick-red color. If you enjoy spicy food, try replacing half of the sweet paprika with hot Hungarian paprika.