Food & Drink: Paprika cream chicken from the oven: The delicious gourmet hammer according to Grandma's recipe!

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Paprika cream schnitzel are a traditional classic! But not everyone can prepare it like grandma. We rummaged in old recipe books and tried the best of them again. The result: This dish is really a gourmet hammer! So delicious that in the end everyone was sitting at the table for a long time to dark the fresh baguette into the remains of the delicious sauce.

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Your family will love you for this dish. Try it! Worth it.

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You need (for 6 portions): 600 grams of colorful paprikases (Grandma preferred the red), 200 grams onions, 1 Totage of garlic, 6 thicker pork chips (approx. 150 grams), 7 tablespoons of oil, salt, pepper, 1 teaspoon of dried oregano, somewhat ground chilli, ⅛ liter of clear meat broth, 200 grams of whipped cream, 1 can of tomatoes (425 milliliters), 500 grams , 200 grams of Middle Ages Gouda (grated), somewhat fresh oregano, to sprinkle and garnish

This is how it works: first clean the peppers, wash thoroughly and cut into strips. Then peel the onions and the garlic. Halve the onions and then cut into slices. They chop the garlic very finely. Wash the schnitzel and then pat dry thoroughly.

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each heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a large, high pan and fry the schnitzel in 2 portions in turn. Season with salt and pepper and then put the schnitzel in an ovenproof shape with lid.

add 2 to 3 tablespoons of oil to the hot fried fat. They sweat the onions while turning until they are slightly browned. Then remove and set aside.

Now you also steam the pepper strips, the garlic and the oregano in the frying fat. Then add half of the onions and season with salt, pepper and chilli.

Delete with broth and cream and add the tomatoes. Shoot everything with the wooden spoon and bring to the boil. Now let everything simmer lightly for 4 to 5 minutes over low heat.

Form very flat meat from the minced meat and place one of them on every schnitzel. Put the paprika cream over it and sprinkle everything with the remaining onions and cheese. Now it goes into the preheated oven.

on the lower rail at 200 degrees (electric stove, circulating air: 175 degrees, gas: level 3). First 45 minutes with a lid, then without.

Remove the paprika schnitzel out of the oven and serve sprinkled with fresh oregano. It is best to submit fresh baguette. Enjoy your meal!

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