Good Housekeeping 100 Best Chicken Dishes (Hardcover) by Good Housekeeping
Hardcover; Published 9/30/2005; 176 Pages; ISBN 9781588164582
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The newest cookbook in Good Housekeeping's best-selling 100 Best series focuses on a favorite food: versatile, low-calorie chicken. These easy-to-prepare, triple-tested dishes--from Lemon-Rosemary Roast Chicken to Arroz con Pollo to New Chicken Cordon Bleu--will please even the most discerning palate.
The editors at Good Housekeeping keep the delectable recipes coming with their fifth entry in their popular 100 Best series. This time, chicken--always a favorite--is the star ingredient, and the magazine's tastiest recipes come complete with more than 35 color photographs. The diverse menu encompasses soups, stews, saut+s, stir-fries, grills, roasts, salads, sandwiches, and much more. As with all Good Housekeeping cookbooks, the directions are well laid out, easy to follow, and designed to help home cooks get great results every time. An informative introduction provides the essentials on purchasing chicken, safe preparation, and clever cooking techniques.
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