Definition of Chicken paprika

1. Noun. Chicken simmered in broth with onions and paprika then mixed with sour cream.

Exact synonyms: Chicken Paprikash
Generic synonyms: Dish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chicken Paprika

chicken gun
chicken hawks
chicken leg
chicken legs
chicken liver
chicken louse
chicken manure
chicken mousse
chicken nugget
chicken nuggets
chicken of the woods
chicken or egg question
chicken or egg questions
chicken out
chicken paprika (current term)
chicken paprikash
chicken purloo
chicken roundworm
chicken run
chicken salad
chicken salad air
chicken salt
chicken sandwich
chicken scratch
chicken scratches
chicken snake
chicken soup
chicken stew
chicken stock

Literary usage of Chicken paprika

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Murrey Collection of Cookery Books by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1895)
"Spring chicken paprika.—This is a dish which is likely to be appreciated more by people who keep late hours than others. Cut a raw spring chicken into neat ..."

2. The Stag Cook Book: Written for Men by Men by Carroll Mac Sheridan (1922)
"... Albert D. Lasker chicken paprika Say a five pound chicken—do it this way and see how you like it. Slice four small onions. Put one-sixth pound of butter ..."

3. A New Book of Cookery by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1915)
"chicken paprika Dress, clean and cut two chickens in pieces for serving; then sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cook four and one-half tablespoons butter with ..."

4. Salads and Sauces by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1884)
"chicken paprika is an excellent dish. It is used much as we use curry. It is highly recommended for dyspepsia. Most of our Hungarian restaurants and ..."

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