Joining the James Beard Award-winning Monday-to-Friday Cookbook and Monday-to-Friday Pasta, together with 248,000 copies in print, Monday-to-Friday Chicken presents over 180 recipes for America's favorite bird. Here are roast chickens, grilled chickens, baked chickens, chicken stir-fries and chicken saut,s, chicken soups, salads, sandwiches, and more, everything to help the family cook break out of the same-old-fish rut. The quick: Southwestern Lemon Chicken. The really quick: Chicken Club. The fun: Easy Tasty Asian Wings. The special: Roasted Chicken l'Indienne, Orange Braised Chicken with Almond Sauce.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Ooh, this was one of my first cookbooks! I bought it in Portland when I was 19 - a busy student just learning to cook, and I used it all the time. The recipes rely heavily on canned foods, but are all very quick to prepare. My culinary skills have advanced significantly since then, but this book will always have a special place in my heart - I used to just love it! This is a great book for a beginning and busy cook.
Monday-to-Friday chickenUser Review - Book Verdict
Urvater opens her latest in the Monday-to-Friday series with a fellow food writer's observation that "You can never have enough chicken recipes," and many, if not most, busy family cooks would agree. Here are close to 200 recipes to choose from, most of which are actually for a meal, not just the main course. Many include variations, and numerous boxes tell how to change a step or ingredient or two and make the recipe "Especially Good for Children," "...for Vegetarians," "...for Entertaining," and so on, as well as how to make leftovers more than just leftovers ("The Second Time Around"). This is sure to be popular, and most libraries will probably want multiple copies.
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