There is something special about Jewish cooking for Jewish people. The extremely high quality of the kosher ingredients combined with the deliciously unique flavours inherent in this hearty, wholesome food, is so delightfully unlike fancy sauces of French and Italian fare, that the Jewish diner feels at home. I am fortunate to have inherited a book by Pauline Frankel, (from my mother, GRHS) called simply "The Jewish Cookbook". My mother loved this little book, because of its simplicity. While I do not profess to know much about Jewish/Kosher cooking, I happily defer to Pauline Frankel's book, again, because of its simplicity. (Jews and Gentiles alike know about Latkes.... but do you know about "Latkes with Chutzpah"?)
It has been pointed out to me recently that this recipe is by no means one of Kosher value, because the inclusion of "Chicken Fat", a meat product, and "served with sour cream". The combination of meat product and dairy product is not Kosher. Thank you all who were interested enough to point this out.... Changes have been made; you may now enjoy...
No questions, please, remember, I am a gentle Gentile.