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A recipe for Hungarian-style fried egg noodles with chicken, cabbage and fried onions, your kids will fall in love with it. Enter the full recipe >>



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Kaposch Kotzka: Pop-up but a little different

Thick egg noodles, chicken, cabbage, paprika and fried onions - you will not believe but the Hungarians also have a stir-fry and your children will easily fall in love with it

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Orly Plai-Bronstein, in collaboration with Sugat

Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 00:15

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Not only kids will fall in love with this colorful pan.

Hungarian pop-up (Photo: Nimrod Saunders)

A recipe inspired by the Hungarian dish Kapusch Kotzka, a noodle stew with cabbage, chicken, paprika and fried onions.

The flavors are Hungarian, but the look is of a pop-up, that kids will really love to eat.



Vegetarians / Vegans: It is delicious to prepare this dish even without chicken.

Replace the chicken pieces with 200 grams of tofu cubes, which will lovingly absorb the flavors of the sauce.



The dish is colorful, balanced and rich in a good amount of protein thanks to the chicken (or tofu).



For more recipes that kids love

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Hungarian pop-up

Recipe By: Orly Plai-Bronstein

  • 30 minutes work

  • 90 minutes total

  • Easy to prepare

  • 4 diners

  • Indian

  • fleshy

  • chicken

  • Lunch

  • Dinner

  • meat

  • kosher

You can replace the chicken with tofu for a vegan version.

Kaposch Kotzka (Photo: Nimrod Saunders)

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Ingredients

    • 1 pack thick egg noodles

    • 1 large onion, thinly sliced

    • 3 cloves of peeled and sliced ​​garlic

    • 1 sliced ​​red hot pepper (permission and according to the desired degree of spiciness)

    • ¼ White cabbage sliced ​​into thin strips

    • 4 tablespoons oil

    • 1 teaspoon paprika

    • 2 chicken legs (can be replaced with 200 grams of tofu cubes)

    • ½ Chicken or water casserole

    • Salt

    • Ground black pepper

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Preparation

How to make a Hungarian pop-up?

  • 1 Heat a pot with oil and brown the onion well in it.

  • 2 Add the chicken and cabbage onions to the onion and brown them nicely.

    Add the garlic and hot pepper, sauté for another minute and season with salt, pepper and paprika.

  • 3 Pour half a cup of water or chicken broth and cook over low heat for about an hour, until the chicken is ready.

  • 4 Remove the chicken pieces, and cool.

    Separate the meat from the bone and break with your hands into thin strips.

    Return to the pot, so far it can be prepared in advance.

  • 5

    Before serving:

    Cook the noodles in boiling water and salted for 3-4 minutes until they soften.

  • 6 Heat the pot with the sauce, strips of cabbage and chicken.

  • 7 Strain the noodles, add to the sauce, mix together, taste and if necessary add seasoning.

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