Turkey pastrami paprikash

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
1 teaspoon Light olive oil with a dash of toasted
; sesame oil
1 pounds Yellow onions; peeled and sliced
; lengthways
4 Cloves garlic; bashed, peeled and
; chopped
1 teaspoon Hot Hungarian paprika
3 cups Low-sodium chicken stock
3 tablespoons Cornstarch mixed with 6tbsp; (slurry)
; de-alcoholised white wine
1 cup Strained yoghurt
1 teaspoon Hot Hungarian paprika
1½ pounds Yukon gold or yellow finn potatoes; peeled and sliced
; 1/2 inch thick (you
; will want a total
; of 12 slices)
A pinch of freshly ground white pepper
Half a 2lb cabbage; cut into 1/4 inch
; strips
½ teaspoon Caraway seeds
⅛ teaspoon Freshly ground sea salt
1 teaspoon Hot Hungarian paprika
8 ounces Turkey pastrami; cut into 1/4 inch
; thick slices, then
; cut into batons
; about 2 inches long
2 tablespoons Fresh chopped parsley

WHITE ONION SAUCE

THE PAPRIKASH

For the white onion sauce, pour the oil into a high-sided 11 inch skillet on medium heat and fry the onions for 2 minutes. Reduce the heat to low, add the garlic and paprika, cover, and simmer for 10 minutes.

While the onion is simmering, pour the chicken stock into a medium-sized saucepan on high heat and boil until reduced to 2 cups, about 10 minutes.

Remove from the heat, stir in the cornstarch slurry, return to the heat, and boil for 30 seconds, until clear and thick, stirring constantly. Remove from the heat and throw in a couple of ice cubes to drop the temperature rapidly.

Spoon the yoghurt into a small bowl and stir gently until all the lumps are gone. Slowly whisk the cooled chicken stock into the yoghurt, then pour it into the skillet over the onions. Stir in the paprika.

To prepare the paprikash, pour at least 3 inches of water into a steamer pot and bring to a boil. Place the potatoes in a steamer basket or tray, sprinkle with the pepper, fit the basket into the pot, cover, and steam until just tender, about 15 minutes.

Transfer the cabbage pieces to a steamer tray, separate well, and sprinkle with caraway seeds, salt and half the paprika. If you are using a bamboo steamer, you can place the steamer tray right on top of the potatoes, cover and steam for 5 minutes. Lay the turkey pastrami on top of the cabbage, cover, and steam for 5 minutes. Combine the onion sauce with the steamed cabbage and pastrami, and heat through, slowly over a low heat (do not boil it!) To serve, place three slices of steamed potatoes onto each plate and spoon the parprikash over the top, with a scattering of paprika and parsley.

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