Paprikás káposzta is a native Hungarian dish that is surprisingly very easy and very inexpensive to make.. oh and did I mention healthy and delicious?!
The literal translation is cabbage & peppers. Peppers and Cabbage are a staple in the Hungarian cuisine as you will find the more you search for Hungarian recipes! So here is the recipe!
Makes 2 Servings:
1 1/2 to 2 slices of cabbage (chopped)
1/2 Cup Bell Peppers (I used red, yellow, and orange)
1 inch fresh jalapeno (minced)
1 Can organic diced tomatoes (either garlic & onion or with chilies)
1 Tbsp Curry
2 Tbsp Hungarian Paprika
1 Tsp Garlic Powder
1 Tsp Onion Powder
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
2 Cup Mixed Wild & Brown Rice (cooked)
Sour Cream or Coconut Milk to garnish
-Chop all veggies
-Place Olive Oil & Peppers in pan to sautee about 3 minutes
-Add in cabbage, sautee about 3-4 minutes
-Add spices, stir, sautee another 2 minutes
-Add in tomatoes, juice and all, simmer abut 5 minutes
-On a plate, dish out rice, then put the vegetable mixture on top
-Optional to garnish with sour cream or the thick part of coconut milk!
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