Been searching online every year for a recipe we cooked in 2008 or 2009. We lived in the Boston area then and we physically had in hand the recipe torn from the newspaper; which paper, I don't know. The recipe was specifically for Passover Seder dinner.
Chicken pieces were marinated overnight in some kind of milk-egg-cinnamon mixture, then sauteed (first dipped in matzoh meal) and there was some crazy thing about celery stalks being used in the pan to keep the chicken off the surface (??) (not quite sure of the purpose actually). IOW, the celery wasn't meant to be part of the served meal.
FOR SURE the recipe featured chicken, matzo meal, cinnamon and celery stalks. The milk and eggs I am not positive. But every search I do online comes up empty. Even boston.com.
Anyone remember this? The recipe sounded so strange at first-read, yet was SO delicious.
** EDIT ** Turns out the recipe I was talking about (1) does not contain milk, (2) is recommended as a "nonseder Passover meal" and (3) seems to be from "The Gefilte Variations...'' by Jayne Cohen. (Thanks Chocolatechipkt.)
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