Mama's Sweet Potatoes

What's good, y'all? I came across some bomb recipes and I just gotta share them with you. These recipes have been given a California twist on some classic Jewish dishes by a home cook named Thelma. And let me tell you, this woman can cook! And I also found a recipe for oven-fried chicken from Big Mama's Kitchen. Let's get cookin'!

Mama Cooks California Style: New Twists on Jewish Classics by Thelma

First up, we have Thelma's recipe for matzo ball soup. Now, I know what y'all are thinking...matzo ball soup is basic. But trust me, Thelma's version is anything but basic. She adds in some fresh dill, parsley, and lemon zest to give it a pop of freshness. And instead of plain chicken broth, she uses bone broth for added nutrients. Check out the picture below for the finished product.

Picture of matzo ball soup

Next, Thelma's take on brisket. She slow-cooks it with onions and garlic until it's fall-apart tender. And then she makes a barbecue sauce out of ketchup, molasses, and apple cider vinegar. But the secret ingredient? Coffee! Yes, coffee. It adds a bold depth of flavor. Serve this bad boy up with some mashed sweet potatoes and you'll have yourself a meal fit for a king or queen.

Picture of brisket with mashed sweet potatoes

Last but not least, Thelma's recipe for apple cake. It's a simple recipe but the combination of apples, cinnamon, and brown sugar make for a deliciously moist and flavorful cake. See for yourself in the picture below.

Picture of apple cake

Oven Fried Chicken from Big Mama's Kitchen

Now let's move on to some soul food. This recipe for oven-fried chicken from Big Mama's Kitchen is a healthier alternative to the classic fried chicken we all know and love. And let me tell you, it still hits the spot. The key is to marinate the chicken in buttermilk overnight to make it extra tender. And then the breading is made with a combination of corn flakes and flour. This chicken is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Check out the picture below.

Picture of oven fried chicken

Culinary tip: Don't have buttermilk on hand? You can easily make your own by combining milk with vinegar or lemon juice. Let it sit for a few minutes and voila!

Alright y'all, that's all for now. I hope you try out these recipes and enjoy them as much as I did. Until next time, keep cookin'!

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