Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Pork Paprikash

This recipe includes two of my favorite things, pork tenderloin and paprika. If you love both, you are going to adore this recipe. It comes from Everyday Food and I cut it in half.

Start boiling some water and we will prep our ingredients. You will need some egg noodles, sour cream, canned tomatoes, paprika, pork, onion, butter and parsley.

Dice up the onion. Throw your noodles in the boiling water.

Measure out the sour cream and chop up the butter for the noodles.

Chop up the pork into bite sized pieces.

Get it in a bowl with the paprika, salt and pepper.

Toss it around so the pork gets covered in the delicious paprika.

Brown up the pork for 3-5 minutes.

When your pork is browned, get it out of the pan and put in the onions with a little oil.

Your noodles should be done so drain those, toss in the butter and put a lid on it.

Once the onions have cooked for 4-5 minutes, add the pork back in with the tomatoes, water, and more paprika.

Bring to a boil then reduce the heat and simmer for 2-4 minutes.

Remove from the heat and add in the sour cream.

Give it a stir so that it becomes creamy and delicious.

Plate up the noodles and add the pork over them. Garnish with some parsley and enjoy! I totally loved this dish and will be making it again very soon!


  1. Ooh, thanks! I have a pork loin in my fridge that I've been trying to figure out something to do with.

  2. Oh yummy! The hubby's gonna love this one -- he's a pork fiend ;)

  3. Reminds me of some Hungarian dish....? Can't think of it. Looks great.

    James ∆≈

  4. Mmmmmm yum! Looks so good! Maybe I'll try this dish this weekend! ^^

  5. I had this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! Thank you! I love the blog, I live by myself and only cook for me and its been really good using some of your recipes :)and having a kinded spirit!

  6. I have made this dish numerous times and it is SO good! Love it:)