Chicken Paprikash: Trim Healthy Mama (S)

comfort-food A great friend of mine, Sarrah Bates brings a Dairy Free version of this recipe to church for our Sunday Fellowship Dinners after church!  It was so delicious that I begged for the recipe!  I made a few changes to make it THM friendly and asked her if I could share it with you!  It is so delish!  This is comfort food at it’s best!  Chicken Parikash is Hungarian for Paprika Chicken.

Chicken Paprikash: (S)

~ ½ Stick of Butter

 ~ 1-2 Onions, diced

~2 Green Peppers, chopped

~ 2 Red, Yellow or Orange Peppers

~ 1-2 Jalapeno Peppers (Add more if you prefer the heat)

~ 2 or more Garlic Cloves

~ 1 lb of Chicken Breasts or thighs

~1 cup water

~ 3 Chicken Bouillon Cubes

~ 1 cup of diced of tomatoes

~ Glucomanan (start with 1/2 tsp and add to desired thickness) You could use Xanthan Gum as well.

~ 2 tbs of Paprika

~ 1 Cup of almond milk

~ ½ Pint of Sour Cream

 ~Combine and sauté the first 6 ingredients for 5 min · Add chicken and cook it through · Remove Chicken (may shred or leave whole) · Add water, bouillon cubes and tomatoes to pan and cook down · Meanwhile make a white sauce/ roux in another sauce pan by adding 2 tbsp of butter. After melting, add the Gluccie or Xanthan Gum. Whisk together. Then add almond milk. · Add this to main pan after roux thickens. May add more milk if needed. · Mix in sour cream and paprika · Add Whole or Shredded Chicken back into dish · Serve by itself, with cauli rice or with Dreamfield’s noodles.  This is great to make and then keep warm in a crockpot!

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PIN: Chicken Paprikash! 


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