2001 Ways to Make a Chicken: Recipes From Fried to Fricasee, Parmigiana to Paprikash, Stir-Fry to…

by Gregg R. Gillespie

Black Dog & Leventhal | September 15, 1999 | Hardcover

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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.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 400 pages, 10.19 × 7.25 × 1.25 in

Published: September 15, 1999

Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1579120709

ISBN - 13: 9781579120702

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2001 Ways to Make a Chicken: Recipes From Fried to Fricasee, Parmigiana to Paprikash, Stir-Fry to Stew

2001 Ways to Make a Chicken: Recipes From Fried to Fricasee, Parmigiana to Paprikash, Stir-Fry to…

by Gregg R. Gillespie

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 400 pages, 10.19 × 7.25 × 1.25 in

Published: September 15, 1999

Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1579120709

ISBN - 13: 9781579120702

From the Publisher

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.

From the Jacket

With this incredible collection of recipes, you can cook a different meal with chicken every single night for over five years! While you may not want chicken that often, the breadth of recipes allows you to find a delicious chicken dish for every occasion. Chicken is tasty, lean and healthy and great to serve to a crowd. It seems that everyone loves chicken. These recipes, personally selected by veteran cookbook author Gregg Gillespie, come from all over the United States and the world, delighting family and friends with new taste sensations and refined old standards. The result is a meticulously compiled encyclopedia of chicken recipes, ranging from the perfectly crisp and juicy roasted chicken, honey-mustard grilled chicken and chicken casserole with herbed stuffing to walnut chicken salad and sweet and spicy chicken stir-fry. Anyone who loves chicken needs no other cookbook. Most of the recipes are quick and easy. More elaborate recipes are included for special occasions.

Gillespie reveals his personal secrets for cooking chicken to its juicy and tender perfection. His straight forward, easy and clear directions -- which he perfected in his other popular cookbooks -- practically ensure perfect results every time you cook whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner. All recipes are designed for beginners as well as experienced kitchen magicians, and often feature suggestions for ingredient substitutions and variations.

Chicken has become the staple of Americans' menus. And now, thanks to cookbook guru Gillespie, practically all their infinite variety and savory delights are neatly captured between the covers of this miraculous book. 2001 Ways to Make a Chicken is amazing not only in sheer numbers; the thousands of dishes that Gillespie has compiled over the years are simply divine.

About the Author

Gregg R. Gillespie, the mastermind behind the successful 1001 series of cookbooks, has owned, operated and managed retail and commercial baking establishments in New England and California. He lives, cooks, and collects recipes in Niagara Falls, New York.