Perfect Poultry (Hardcover) by Reader''''s Digest
Hardcover; Published 3/1/2002; 144 Pages; ISBN 9780762102754
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High in protein, low in fat, chock-full of B vitamins and marvelously versatile, poultry is, indeed, the perfect staple of a healthful diet?a cost-effective, delectable way to help fight calories and high cholesterol. This volume describes over 15 different poultry, from five types of chickens to game birds such as grouse, partridge, and pheasant. Make eating a pleasure with an array of irresistible recipes to welcome turkey, chicken, and kindred fowl as the perennial favorite for dinner.
Beginning with the basics for buying, cooking, and storing birds of every feather, here are pointers on stuffing, roasting, grilling, stockmaking, buying free-range and organic, and, of course, trimming the fat. Then, the book really starts cooking! Recipes feature clear, step-by-step instructions and luscious, full-color photographs of the results, an analysis of their nutritional, vitamin, and mineral content plus health tips about ingredients.
Serve up delights for every course, occasion and palate: Chicken Satays; Duck Terrine with Citrus-Plum salsa; Grilled Quail salad with Madeira; Stir-Fried Duck; Chicken Pitas; Chicken and Rosemary Cobbler.
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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.