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Chicken With Dried Fruit
Dayton

  Shabbat Dinner Chicken with Dried Fruit By Elizabeth Kurtz, The Nosher I have served this chicken for years, and it’s a go-to for a quick and easy Shabbat recipe. The chicken gets caramelized from the glossy and delicious sauce. It’s best when marinated overnight, so be sure to plan

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Koofteh (Persian Meatballs) in Tomato Turmeric Broth
Dayton

By Samantha Ferraro, JTA Koofteh are Persian meatballs with many different variations, including lima beans or meatballs mixed with only rice, or in this case, a gorgeous mixture of rice, split peas and the most exciting part of the recipe, sabzi. Sabzi is a blend of dried herbs including leeks,

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Koshary might be one of the best vegetarian dishes you’ll ever taste
Dayton

By Ronnie Fein, JTA Koshary, an Egyptian specialty, is one of the best vegetarian dishes I have ever tasted. It’s street food, sold everywhere you look, including carts and stalls in Cairo — along with everywhere else in Egypt. It’s carb-loaded and comforting, bountifully flavorful and rib-sticking. My grandma would

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Cuban-Style Arroz Con Pollo, chicken and rice
Dayton

By Jennifer Stempel, JTA       Cuban-Style ArrozCon Pollo Chicken and rice, arroz con pollo is a dish for which every Latin country has its own unique spin. Some use beer versus wine, or crushed annatto rather than saffron. It’s affordable, it’s rich with flavor, and it’s visually gratifying. And

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