This is an "honest to goodness Jewish chicken soup" recipe that has been in my family for years. It is guaranteed to cure whatever ails you, and it is delicious on a cold night. You may use some of the boiled chicken for a chicken salad (check my other recipes) or put it all back into the soup. My mother says it's best when made with a kosher chicken, but I've fooled her on that. Enjoy!
This is a delicious, easy dish that is nice enough for company and cooks in one pan. It's been a favorite of my husband's for over 20 years. It's not fried, and the sauce is terrific over rice and vegetables. Even the kids will eat this, and you can use low-fat ingredients if you prefer.
This is a real Jewish brisket recipe. It's easy, and even better the second day. If you refrigerate the sauce, the excess fat can be scraped off the top. My kids and husband demand this at least once a month!
This mashed potato casserole can be made ahead and frozen or refrigerated. It's great for dinner parties, and the kids love it! You can add virtually anything to it and it's still delicious! Try with a variety of beef and slow cooker dishes.
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