Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Passport

Initially I planned on feeding my family Hungarian Goulash. I'm not sure how authentic this dish is as I'm not Hungarian. Basically you brown round steak cubes dredged in flour and then add about 3C onions. You are also supposed to add some beef stock, pepper, salt and PAPRIKA. I believe this is the Hungarian part of the dish.

After I did all these steps I went to check on my dear girly to make sure all was well. It was. I ventured back to the kitchen and sniffed. I sniffed again. Yep, sure enough that smells like chili. Apparently I was adding my red spice a bit too quickly because I chose the chili powder not the paprika. After I said a not so nice word I decided all will be well. You see right before you serve the "Hungarian" Goulash you add about 1C of sour cream.

Knowing sour cream can solve many, many ailments I decided to grab my passport and head to Mexico instead of Hungary. It may be warmer there anyhow.

7 comments:

kristi noser said...

I wanna know what the word was.

kristi noser said...

Dear Katie,
We miss you at AWANA. Can you come visit some time? Maybe when it gets a little warmer tho.
Love,
Kristi

erin said...

Too funny!
You are a creative cook!

Coffeegirl said...

I agree about sour cream..it soothes many dishes.

Kelli said...

Jeffrey "creates" dishes like this. He's like a scientist in the lab when he gets into the kitchen.

Maybe I'll "spice" things up and switch the labels on all the little jars in the cupboard...

See ya on the beach!

Kelli said...

P.S. Echoing Kristi.

Kara Jo said...

Way to go, Mom, for making the best out of it!