The Best One-Dish Suppers

Overview

Making dinner usually means using an arsenal of cookware and some serious multitasking skills to create an entrée, side, and maybe even a sauce. Are you tired of the work (and cleanup) but still want a complete meal? If so, The Best One-Dish Suppers is your answer. In this cookbook, the team at America's Test Kitchen gives you a multitude of inventive ways to minimize the cookware necessary but still deliver a complete, well-rounded meal to the table in a single dish. Every recipe here promises minimal work, ...

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Overview

Making dinner usually means using an arsenal of cookware and some serious multitasking skills to create an entrée, side, and maybe even a sauce. Are you tired of the work (and cleanup) but still want a complete meal? If so, The Best One-Dish Suppers is your answer. In this cookbook, the team at America's Test Kitchen gives you a multitude of inventive ways to minimize the cookware necessary but still deliver a complete, well-rounded meal to the table in a single dish. Every recipe here promises minimal work, minimal cleanup, and plenty of flavor and variety.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Keeping in line with America's Test Kitchen recipes, which have been tested to the hilt and are accompanied by a plethora of tips, this volume presents recipes (180 of them, further clarified by 169 illustrations) for supremely simple meals (including many versions of tempting classics) prepared in one cooking vessel. There are dinners that can be made in just a sheet pan, a single pot, a dutch oven, or a slow cooker, plus stews and chilis, casseroles, and stir-frys. Pasta rollups with chicken and goat cheese come with specific noodle suggestions and assembly instructions. In the headnote for classic beef and broccoli with cashews, there's a tip for making flank steak easier to slice, and just below the recipe, an illustration shows how best to prepare broccoli for stir-frying. Chicken and couscous with fennel and orange tells readers which kind of couscous to use, instructs on how to pound chicken breasts, and offers a variation with chickpeas and apricots. If there's a question a reader might have, the editors have usually anticipated it. Given that and the abundance of approachable, tasty, weeknight-friendly recipes, this book could easily become a go-to resource for busy home cooks. (Mar.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780594546405
  • Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Pages: 342
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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