Real Simple (Hardcover) by Editors of Real Simple Magazine
Hardcover; Published 3/15/2006; 192 Pages; ISBN 9781933405032
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When it comes to the challenges you face every day, getting dinner on the table is always at the top of the list. Not only do you want the meal to be healthy and taste good, but you want it to be fast and simple to prepare. As straightforward as that sounds, somehow-in the midst of a busy life- the task seems nearly impossible. In Meals Made Easy, the first of a series of Real Simple cookbooks, you will find smart and doable dinnertime solutions for every night of the week, no matter how little time (or few ingredients) you have. Even better, these are dishes the whole family will love- yes, including your children. Featuring more than 75 foolproof recipes, all illustrated with large, lush photos, Meals Made Easy is custom-made for your life, with chapters dedicated to:
In addition, the book features insightful cooking tips on every page, a chapter on versatile side dishes, and a comprehensive, easy-to-use recipe index. Whether you have only 15 minutes until the kids invade the kitchen or only a hunk of Parmesan and cold pasta in the refrigerator, Meals Made Easy is sure to become your go-to guide for nightly meal planning.
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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.