chicken paprikash (paprikás csirke in Hungarian), Hungary’s famous dish of braised chicken and dumplings. Chicken Paprikash is a classic Hungarian comfort food dish. Me being born and raised in Southwest Detroit and Delray that was home to thousands of Hungarian families that worked hard and ate great meals being plated up in restaurants and friends homes has made me crave this great dish once per month. I get my fix at a place that’s been around 57 years whose mother came from Hungry to Delray many decade ago that opened this classic dining spot in Wyandotte which continued to expand over the years.
Now run by the son and Grandson they carry on the super recipes past down to them along with Polish meals and Succulent steaks. Always fast friendly service with a full bar that has really good drink prices. A classy place for your special day or there Famous all you can eat Fish Fry on Friday for only $ 8.95 or the 1 pound steak for $12 and my favorite the Chicken Paprikash meal has made me a lifelong customer as many others. Go ahead give them a try you know theres a reason they’ve been there so long. They also have a Facebook site to enjoy and receive meal deals.
Poutine, French fries
are covered with fresh cheese curds
, and topped with brown gravy
. In a Quebec poutine,Fries: Usually of medium thickness, and fried (sometimes doubly) so that the inside stays soft, while the outside is crispy.Cheese curds: Fresh cheese curds are used to give the desired texture. The curd size may vary but is usually slightly smaller than bite-sized.Gravy: Generally a light and thin chicken, veal, or turkey.
I’ve been a Poutine lover for 40 years since first having this great dish in Windsor and on many trips to Niagara Falls Canada before checking into the hotel I stop at the Burger King on Clifton Hill to enjoy a large cup filled with my alltime favorite comfort food. Since then I’ve tried many of the fast food joints around Canada,,yes they all serve this dish and many local pubs and restaurants in and around Windsor.
A few years ago a place in Wyandotte,, Joe’s Hamburger had the very first Poutine around Detroit and now about a dozen plus spots have there own take on this dish. Only one is the best and truly original as the 2 owners relocated in Detroit from Toronto just a little over a year ago. The spot Brooklyn Street Local in the heart of Corktown is a must try, with them plating up the original and one topped with Bacon. They keep it real as other’s have missed the mark by not using the White Cheese Curds which is not the same prepared any other way,,I assure you as I make this dish at home many times per year. You must try Poutine at any spot you see the dish on the menu and then drive to Brooklyn Street Local and have the real deal or just drive across the border to Windsor and head to Smoke and Spice to have the Pulled Pork Poutine a dish you will never forget or find anywhere I’ve been.