The Really, Truly, Honest-To-Goodness One-Pot Cookbook (Paperback) by Cool, Jesse Ziff
Paperback; Published 8/10/2006; 156 Pages; ISBN 9780811845007
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You know those cookbooks that say they're one-pot, but somehow you are left with a pile of dishes? Well, this is the real thing: 65 fabulous recipes that truly need just one pot and only one pot (or skillet, sauté pan, or Dutch oven), start to finish. Included are dishes for family suppers like Moroccan Chicken with Couscous, or larger gathering with company—Braised Chipotle-Orange Pork with Yams. Cookbook author, chef, and one-pot enthusiast Jesse Ziff Cool braised, stir-fried, steamed, stewed, and simmered to perfection such delectable dishes as Short Ribs with Steamed Vegetables (the vegetables are ingeniously steamed on top of the ribs during the last few minutes of cooking), and Any Season Stir-Fry with Orange, Ginger, and Lemongrass. Recipes also offer suggestions for variations to either lighten up a dish or, when everyone is really hungry, make it more substantial. Plus there are plenty of tips for choosing the perfect pot, techniques on proper timing, and do-ahead strategies to make the prep as easy as the clean up
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