When my friend Gaby stayed with us a couple of days ago I made this Gordon Ramsay recipe, and she described it as grown-up comfort food. Definitely a term Nigella would agree with. 😉 This is autumnal, comforting and has a little punch to it.
Even though this is Gordon’s creation I had to change it a little, hope he doesn’t mind. 🙂
Smoked paprika chicken stroganoff, 4 portions
450 g chicken breast, cut into strips
2 tsp smoked paprika
1 onion, finely chopped
3 cloves garlic, pressed
1 pepper, sliced
button mushrooms, quartered
150 ml chicken stock
splash white wine
50 ml creme fraiche or sour cream
a dash soy
a dash chilli sauce
Heat up a pan with olive oil, sprinkle the smoked paprika on the chicken and fry it until 3/4 cooked, put aside. In the same pan, add some fresh olive oil and fry the onion and garlic tender on low heat, next add the pepper and mushrooms and fry for about four minutes until tender. Pour in the wine and chicken stock and the creme fraiche. Bring to boil and season with salt, pepper, more paprika, chilli sauce, soy and stock. Put the chicken back in and cook for a few minutes. Throw in the parsley and stir. Serve with rice and a nice salad.