We recently celebrated Franz Liszt’s by listening to tone poems and eating a dish that would commemorate his birthday. This dish is low fat, high protein, and virtually NO sodium. Its great for those with hep c and liver damage. It’s very close to the authentic dish that was cooked in Hungarian peasants kitchens. It was quick to put on the stove and only required 1 new secret ingredient that I had to go purchase. We decided it would be eaten year round! I grew up with my mom’s Americanized version. Give this one a try! I think you’ll love it if you’re eating for a liver loving diet.
I served it with bread and butter. Wow! We cleaned it up! I took the little bit that was left to work the next day and heated it in the microwave. It smelled so good that the entire break room wanted the recipe. I think they may envy the delicious food that I’m forced to eat with my cirrhosis dignosis due to hep c. I haven’t had ascites or paracentesis in 2 years!