Chicken Salad: (Paperback) by Lauterbach, Barbara
Paperback; Published 5/1/2003; 108 Pages; ISBN 9780811837125
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The author of Potato Salad is back with 50 of the best recipes for this old-time crowd pleaser. For potlucks and parties, luncheons and lunch boxes, chicken salad is the perfect solution for today’s busy cook. Classics like Waldorf Chicken Salad, bursting with fruit, walnuts, and savory blue cheese, and spicy specialties like Curried Chutney Chicken are irresistible and sure to impress at the family reunion. And fabulous tips for making basics like homemade mayonnaise and vinaigrette make it that much easier. Barbara Lauterbach has fired up her test kitchen, bringing the best of today’s ingredients and techniques to bear on a tried and true favorite. The result is fresher, faster, and even more delicious--plain ole’ poultry just got a whole new attitude.
Barbara Lauterbach is a teacher and spokesperson for the King Arthur Flour Company. She teaches cooking classes and hosts culinary weekends at her New Hampshire home and country inn.
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A simple and delicious way to prepare basic chicken breasts is to sear on the stovetop until the outsides are brown, then transfer (in an oven-safe pan) to a 400 degree oven to finish cooking for about 20 minutes. Once finished, try slicing across the grain and fanning over a plate of lettuce and other veggies for a quick and easy main-course salad.