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Lemon Chicken Schnitzel

KosherEye.com Simply delicious boneless chicken- gently fried with a hint of lemon. Ingredients 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast, halved1/3-cup all-purpose flour1/4-teaspoon salt1/4-teaspoon black pepper or lemon pepper¼ teaspoon garlic powder3 large eggs1-cup fine breadcrumbs or Panko1/4-cup...

Mushroom Chicken

KosherEye.com Printed with permission from Kosher Taste (distributed by Feldheim) by Amy Stopnicki. The sauce for this chicken can be made and stored for later use. It can be kept in the refrigerator for up to a week, or frozen for up to three months. The chicken can be grilled, if you prefer....

Turkey OssoBuco

KosherEye.com By Chef Laura Frankel I love the flavors of OssoBuco but am not sure I am ready for the traditional rich and heavy meat usually found in the delicious Milanese dish. In my version, I am pairing lighter but still richly flavored, turkey thighs and legs. I love the big flavor of a slow...

Chicken Rimon

KosherEye.com Adapted from the cookbook Cooking for the King by Renee Chernin The centerpiece of a delicious Rosh Hashanah-or special autumn- meal. Ingredients 3 teaspoons cumin2 teaspoons cinnamon2 teaspoons turmeric2 teaspoon chili powder1 teaspoon salt½ cup flour2 tablespoons olive oil8...

Balsamic-Marinated Chicken with Olives and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

KosherEye.com From The Modern Menu - Simple. Beautiful. Kosher. By Kim Kushner, Gefen Publishing The key to this ridiculously succulent chicken is in the extended marinating. Don't skimp on the 24-hour (48 hours is even better!) soak in vinegar—it will bring raves. Avoid using canned olives if at...

Oven Fried Lemon Chicken

KosherEye.com This recipe is a family favorite, especially when we don't want the mess of deep frying. As most of you know, we are from Atlanta, home of authentic southern fried chicken. We think that this recipe is almost as good as the real thing. Ingredients 1 cup flour3 teaspoons grated lemon...

My Chicken Salad

KosherEye.com Adapted from My Beverly Hills Kitchen by Alex Hitz, by permission of Knopf, a division of Random House LLC. From Alex: This is perfect as a light lunch, or on a cucumber round as a passed cold summer Hors d'oeuvre. It seems I just can't stay away from pecans, and the roasting of them...

Chicken Marbella

KosherEye.com Chicken MarbellaA classic and delicious recipe provided to us by an Atlanta friend. We make it often. Ingredients: 4 chickens, 2 1/2 lbs each, quartered1 head garlic, pureed¼ cup dried oreganosalt/pepper to taste½ cup red wine vinegar½ cup olive oil1 cup pitted prunes½ cup Spanish...

Turkey Sloppy Joes

KosherEye.com Adapted from The Weight Watchers 50th Anniversary Cookbook Nobody knows who Joe was, but these beloved messy sandwiches certainly pack a flavor punch. Bypass the too-salty packaged flavoring mix—our heady mix of seasonings tastes fresher and better! Ingredients 1 tablespoon canola...

Annie Southern Fried Chicken

KosherEye.com Adapted from The New Jewish Table by Ellen Kassoff Gray and Todd Gray From Ellen: Growing up in Washington, my family had a housekeeper named Annie Barley, who made the best-fried chicken. She would batter and dip it in crushed up cornflake crumbs - you know, the ones that came in...

Flat Roasted Chicken with Tiny Potatoes

KosherEye.com Adapted from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman From Deb: "This dish is a win-win for me, and if I don't dawdle, I can get it on the table in only an hour." Ingredients One 3 to 3 1/2 lb. whole chickenTable saltFreshly ground black pepper1 1/2 Lbs. fingerling or baby...

Chicken Rolls with Orange Sauce

KosherEye.com Adapted from Helen Nash's New Kosher Cuisine by Helen Nash This is an Asian-inspired dish that I like to serve as either a main course at a dinner party or one of several other dishes on a buffet table. It is beautiful to look at. Ingredients: 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts...

Pan Seared Duck Breasts with Fig, Apricot and Madeira Sauce

KosherEye.com Photo: svrkitchen.com by June Hersh, The Kosher Carnivore The gamy flavor of the duck pairs perfectly with the sweet taste of the figs and apricots to create a sinfully simple and delicious dish. You could actually forgo the sauce and spoon some of the collected fat over the sliced...

Chicken Makhni (Butter Chicken)

Chicken in a rich tomato-and-cream gravy KosherEye.com Adapted from How To Cook Indian by Sanjeev Kapoor Butter chicken is a popular Punjabi dish, and one that characterizes the essence of the region's cooking. The greatness of the dish, also called chicken makhni, comes from the immersion of...

Turkey Meatballs & Spaghetti

KosherEye.com by Sarah Lasry, KosherStreet.com This is a healthy recipe – using ground turkey instead of ground meat – that uses one of my favorite cooking tools...the slow cooker. Add the ingredients, set the temperature, and let it simmer all day. The house will smell fabulous and you will have...

Apple Juice Chicken & Potatoes

KosherEye.com by Sarah Lasry, KosherStreet.com What could be easier? Chicken and potatoes seasoned with a combination of spices, and either baked or slow cooked. The secret ingredient is the apple juice! Ingredients: 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 package of chicken bottoms and legs or one...

Zalman’s Famous Chicken

KosherEye.com by Rabbi Zalman and Rebbetzin Miriam Lipskier, Director and program director respectively of the Emory University Chabad Center. From Rabbi Lipskier: This “rub” is great on just about anything! We keep a large jar of it and use it for just about everything. In summer, this chicken is...

Moroccan Chicken

KosherEye.com by Susie Fishbein, Kosher by Design Cooking Coach This recipe is a perfect example of how your spice cabinet can be your ticket around the culinary world. Enjoy this tender, exotic, delicious dish with a side of couscous. Ingredients: 12 dried apricots 10 dried pitted dates 1 red...

Chicken Fire Poppers

KosherEye.com by Esther Deutsch, CHIC Made Simple When I prepared this dish at home, I asked my then two-year-old daughter if she wanted fire poppers. "No," she replied seriously, "It's dangerous." we all shared a laugh and then got on to the serious business of eating. By the end of the meal, I...

Slow Cooker Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

KosherEye.com Photo: Jodi Pudge Adapted from The Canadian Living Test Kitchen 20 minutes of recipe prep is all the time you'll spend on this hearty, stick-to-your-ribs slow-cooker Chicken and Sausage gumbo. This is traditionally served with white rice and we like to add a crusty slice of bread....

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