4-by-4 Chicken

Did you know that your child can prepare chicken for the Sabbath dinner? This 4-by-4 Kosher Chicken recipe, from Miriam Zakon's wonderful The Kids Kosher Cookbook: Do-It-Yourself Recipes Your Kids Will Love to Cook, is easy and delicious. Your child will ...

Apple Glazed BBQ Chicken

Chavi Feldman of Chashmonaim, Israel contributed this Apple Glazed BBQ Chicken recipe for the autum Rosh Hashanah holiday. This chicken recipe uses apples which are both a symbol of the Jewish New Year and reflective of the season of the year.

So simple and so good! This Apricot Chicken is my family's favorite saucy chicken recipe. I like to make it for Shabbat lunch because it is moist enough to serve the day after baked.

If you are tired of baked chicken for Friday night Shabbat dinner, try these quick and easy Asian Chicken Kebabs. This Chicken Kebab recipe also enables those who work on Fridays to put freshly prepared chicken on the Shabbat table even in the winter when ...

I first ate Asian Tuna Salad at a Bar Mitzvah luncheon, and I immediately feel in love with its fresh, light and original taste. When Julie Remer and Paula Weinstein contributed this recipe for Asian Tuna or Chicken Salad, I was pleasantly surprised to le ...

My sister-in-law brought this Onion Chicken to our Passover Seder. It was moist, sweet, and so delicious that I plan to make it for my family year round. You can add this baked chicken recipe to your collection of Shabbos chicken recipes.

I like to serve chicken with potatoes for Friday night Sabbath dinner. I like the fresh, home-cooked aroma it lends to the home, as well as the fresh, home-cooked taste. On Saturday, when food is heated on a hot plate (<i>plata</i>) in accordance with Jud ...

For families with hungry, growing children, these Breaded Baked Boneless Chicken Breasts are the answer to your prayers. Quickly bread and bake them in a large batch. Then store them in the refrigerator or freezer for the kids to warm in the micro or pack ...

One way that your Shabbat meal can add to the celebration of Shabbos is by stimulating conversation about the weekly Torah portion. If you serve this Bronzed Chicken during Shabbat Parshat Vayakhel, then you can discuss the Torah's instructions for using ...

When I was little, my Hungarian-Israeli mother would use the meat from her chicken soup to make a Shabbos appetizer that we called Glingli. Later I learned that mom's Glingli was actually a kosher, non-dairy, economical version of Chicken a la King. Ima's ...

This Chicken Broccoli Cashew Stir-Fry recipe is loosely based on a recipe of <a href= "http://food.nana10.co.il/Category/?CategoryID=300667">Yisrael Aharoni</a>, a famous Israeli chef who has written cookbooks and hosts cooking shows that teach Israelis h ...

Looking for a fun activity for your Jewish family this Christmas? You can invite other Jewish families over for a Chinese potluck meal, and this Chicken Broccoli Stir-Fry can play a starring role on the menu.

When we're in the mood for a saucy chicken, we turn to Chicken Cacciatore. Baking chicken with fresh garlic, onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms and white wine is sure to be delicious and satiating, especially when served over rice. Chicken Cacciat ...

This Chicken Marinated in Wine is quick, easy and delicious enough to make your Sabbath guests ask for the recipe. To make this a gluten-free recipe, make sure the soy sauce is without gluten.

Chicken Marsala, a classic Italian chicken dish, makes a wonderful Sabbath entree. Serve with parve mashed potatoes and a green vegetable for a simple-to-make and delicious-to-eat dinner.

According to Levana Kirshchenbaum, tagine originally referred to the clay pot used to cook food over hot coals. Today, however, tagine refers to meat, poultry or fish cooked with vegetables until the liquids are reduced and thickened. This Chicken Tagine ...

Chicken with Broccoli and Cashews is a great combination. This recipe might take a bit of effort the first time you make it, but after that you'll be able to put this dish on the table easily and within 30 minutes. Your family will love this healthy and d ...

I regularly use this marinade, contributed by my sister-in-law's mother-in-law JoAnn Kerker, on my oven-baked Shabbat chicken. The ingredients are common so no extra shopping is necessary. The wine and mushrooms add a festive touch to the Sabbath dish. An ...

If you take 10 minutes on Friday morning to put vegetables, chicken and spices into a Crockpot, then you will come home from work on Friday afternoon to a delicious dinner. Just prepare a green salad and brown rice to complete the Friday night meal.

When there isn't time to cook but your family is hungry, you can turn to this easy Duck Sauce Chicken recipe for help. Just pour the ready sauce on the chicken and bake. Serve this baked sweet and sour chicken with rice and broccoli for a satiating meal.