I chose this picture to make you feel warm and fuzzing inside. It reminds us how delicious and satisfying a bowl of chicken soup with matzo balls is at this holiday time (or at any time). You can find the recipe for Just a Jewish Mothers Chicken Soup and Matzo Balls on this website.
This year will be like no other Rosh Hashanah that we can remember. We will not be engaging in our usual holiday activities as we have in years past due to the pandemic. Things will look and feel different. It is my hope that we will create new traditions, ones that will be incorporated into future holiday celebrations.
Wishing you good health and Chag Sameach!
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Easy Celebration Chicken
While I am cooking “Just A Jewish Mother’s Chicken Soup” in preparation for tonight’s Passover Seder, I want to share an easy recipe that you can make quickly and would be perfect to serve to your Seder guests. It has both sweet and salty flavors and you can double or triple the recipe. It’s a great staple for any holiday or whenever you want a festive, colorful and easy dish to serve. Wishing all a Chag Sameach and Happy Passover. Enjoy! The Recipe
J’S Summer Chicken
Just in time for the approaching Jewish Holidays, here is an easy recipe that would be perfect for your holiday meal. It’s light, quick to prepare and is gluten-free. You can substitute other veggies but the most important element are the tomatoes. Enjoy!!
Mindy’s Kol-Bo Chicken
Just in time for the Seder, here is the easiest dish ever! A what a crowd pleaser! I will be serving this at my Seder this year. Serve over potatoes or quinoa, it makes its own gravy. Make this and you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the Seder. It’s a very low-calorie option as well. Have a great Passover, Chag Sameach! The Recipe
“Chicken Supreme” is one of the easiest dishes that I make and it makes its own gravy! Perfect for a winter dinner, it can also be doubled for a larger group. I’ve made it with chicken breasts and thighs but it really is works best with chicken legs. Use whatever veggies you have on hand, but always add mushrooms – they help to make the gravy. You can literally pop it in the oven for an hour or so, busy yourself with odds and ends, come back and your dinner will be ready. It’s a “one-pot wonder”!! The Recipe
Jewish Style Parisian Chicken Before Cooking
Jewish Style Parisian Chicken After Cooking
Here is an easy dish that you can serve to guests or as an everyday dish. It has a delicate orange flavor and makes its own gravy. I used boneless skinless thighs but have fun and try it with different chicken pieces. I served it with my Easy Rice Pilaf (recipe found on this website). Here are the before and after cooking pictures so that you can see how great it looks. Enjoy! Read on for the Recipe
This is such an easy recipe and so delicious. It would be perfect for a holiday meal, Shabbat dinner or any occasion.