Another stolen recipe. This one is a slight variation from one in the Five and Ten Cookbook.
You will need:
Chicken, either cut into strips or ground
A Really Good Onion
Really Good Paprika
A frying pan and something to stir with
This is one of those recipes that is only as good as the ingredients. You need to start with a Really Good Onion. I recommend a 1015. If you don't know what a 1015 is, you need to move to a real state, like Texas. In a pinch, a regular yellow onion will do.
Slice the onion really, really thin. If you can't see through it, it's not thin enough. Cook the onion and the chicken together over medium heat until the chicken is cooked and the onions are limp and translucent. Stir it a lot. You don't want the onions to brown. That would be icky.
Add two or three globs of sour cream and enough paprika to turn everything a lovely orange color. Use Really Good Paprika. Something with the word "Hungarian" on the label. And the word "sweet". Not "hot". Continue to heat until it just starts to bubble.
Eat over noodles.