Oops didnt mean to bring up such an old thread. My mistake.
My recipe is as follows:
In a large baking dish make a bed of onions. Place the chicken quarters on top of the onions. Mix butter and garlic, and rub the mixture under the chicken skin. Add paprika to chicken stock, and pour in baking dish.
Place in oven @ 350' F for 30-45 minutes.
Remove from oven, remove chicken skin/bones and cut in to large dice. Reduce chicken stock with onions, some times I add roux to thicken because our family likes it as a gravy. Stir in sour cream when finished.
a dash of cumin is some times added in our house to give it a bit of a smoky sweet flavor. It complements the paprika well if you are using a quality sweet paprika. (which can actually be found for cheap)
I can write up the recipe in detail and post it on the recipe page if anyone is interested.
Here is my favorite burger. I made this recipe one sleepless night while trying to doze off. I woke up the very next morning and wrote everything down so I wouldn't forget. Everyone at my house loves it. I don't think you will find something like it anywhere else.
Hey all, I just stumbled on to this website recently. I decided to sign up and start posting some recipes. I'm not a 'pro' I consider my self a home chief. In other words, I love cooking for my family and doing it well. If you were to visit our house on Saturdays and Sundays you would think we were running a restaurant in our kitchen. After years of all this home cooking we have started to fine tune some of our recipes. We hardly every eat out anymore, we are having too much fun and good food being home chiefs.
I started by posting something simple to get used to the format around here. I hope you all enjoy this unique burger recipe. I would love to have some feedback on my first post, let me know what you like or what to improve.