How to make Michael Symon’s delicious Chicken Paprikash dish for under $20

Forget restaurants, make this delicious meal at home without blowing your budget.
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Transcript for How to make Michael Symon’s delicious Chicken Paprikash dish for under $20
food fix with our "Gma" resident chef Michael Symon. Welcome back. Today he'll bring special dishes you can make without blowing the budget. We're cooking for four people and wait for this, it costs less than 20 bucks. You know, really like this is for four but this could feed six to eight, no problem in had is the weekend. A little more elaborate than the weeknight. Not a ton of time. Real basic ingredient, chicken thigh, noodles, paprika, onions, garlic, so the first thing we have here and this is chicken papriksah. . The world's smallest -- You know how long it would take to forge that whisk. It is the perfect whisk to mix spices. The ingredients quickly. So we have eight chicken thighs on here with one onion and some thyme and garlic and George has the paprika, sweet and smoked and salt and giant whisk and that will go on top of the thighs, what we did here and we drizzle the thighs with some olive oil. These go in a 450-degree oven for 20 minutes or until they reach 160 degree. Everything I'm looking at is 20 bucks. 20 buck. Are you sure this is $20? I will show you later. Receipts. A local grocery store. You can find it, no problem. So here we have one more onion and a clove of garlic and some of the rendered fat from our chicken. Smells so good. We'll make a roux. It is just equal parts of fat and flour until you get the consistency. The gore is gorgeous. I like a nice blushy red. Then chicken stock and then this simmers away until it gets to here. George, I got a much bigger whisk over here. Whisk envy. Now here we have just plain old good fashioned full fat sour cream. I will put this in and you will whisk like a crazy person. You can bring your whisk over here. Okay. Once that goes in -- All together and blend it and this is the sauce and then to that we have some noodles. My grandfather, I was telling you before, makes it with like a S impeachment etzle. We want to make it easier so in goes our noodles. Lovely. Lovely. Thank you. We mix this together. Smells so good. So you're losing like an egg noodle. A broad egg noodle. Makes it easier. Very inpecks sen sieve to buy and beautiful pap streak ka sour creamed laced sauce. Smells amazing. We can't really explain that part of it but this smells -- we don't have smell-o-vision but working on it. It will never happen. You place the noodles down and cover them with those paprika roasted chicken thighs and parsley and also the onions that we had with the garlic and thyme, they roast in all the chicken fat and get tons of super easy meal, like I said. I'm telling you could feed six to eight. The big reveal. The big reveal. Drum roll, please. The low, low price of -- wait for it -- there it is. $19.85. So if it's for five, if it's for 4 or 5 bucks a person and a couple bucks a head you could put a nice meal on the table.

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