With people seeking leaner, healthier meals, this book comes at the height of chicken's popularity and is the largest collection of chicken recipes ever published. They come from all over the US and the world, delighting family and friends with new taste sensations and variations on favorite dishes. Over 100 color photographs show many of the mouth-watering dishes and meals at their tempting best.
The wealth of chicken recipes in this incredible collection puts every imaginable chicken dish at the home chef's fingertips, kitchen and dinner table. 2001 Chicken Recipes is amazing not only in sheer numbers; the thousands of dishes that veteran cookbook author Gregg Gillespie has compiled over the years are simply delicious.
Recipes are organized into 11 categories: appetizers, soups, sandwiches and salads, plus main courses grouped by cooking method; fricasseed, sautéed, fried, broiled, baked, boiled and casseroled chicken. Index included.
Gregg Gillespie provides his proven instructions and preparation notes, practically ensuring a perfectly cooked meal every time. Step-by-step photos help beginners and experts carve and debone safely and quickly. Experienced as well as beginning chefs will expand their repertoire selecting from the seemingly endless variety of dishes.