Sara Moulton's Everyday Family Dinners

Sara Moulton s Everyday Family Dinners Sara Moulton may be a professional chef and television personality but she s also a working mother who has to get dinner on the table for her husband and kids every night In Sara Moulton s Everyday F

  • Title: Sara Moulton's Everyday Family Dinners
  • Author: Sara Moulton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sara Moulton may be a professional chef and television personality, but she s also a working mother who has to get dinner on the table for her husband and kids every night In Sara Moulton s Everyday Family Dinners, she shares than two hundred new family tested, family pleasing recipes Whether you re new to the kitchen or just looking for a way to spice up your recipSara Moulton may be a professional chef and television personality, but she s also a working mother who has to get dinner on the table for her husband and kids every night In Sara Moulton s Everyday Family Dinners, she shares than two hundred new family tested, family pleasing recipes Whether you re new to the kitchen or just looking for a way to spice up your recipe repertoire, Sara s carefully tested recipes are a great place to start.Chicken Saltimbocca with Artichoke Sauce is a welcome change of pace, while Oven Fried Fish Sticks are a lighter update of a kid friendly classic If you re looking to experiment with new ingredients and cuisines without venturing beyond your local grocery, the Korean inspired Clay Pot Vegetable Stew and Sara s take on Vietnamese Bahn Mi make it easy to try global flavors.For a quick, pulled from the pantry meal, try Polenta Lasagna or BLT and Egg Pie Shake things up and serve appetizers like Pork Sliders, Asian Style, and Manchego Stuffed Figs Wrapped in Bacon for dinner, or declare Sandwich Night and serve Picadillo Sloppy Joes If you have a vegetarian in the family or you re just trying to economize, flip to the chapter on vegetarian mains for recipes for delicious and nutritious fare like Tortilla Pizza or Rustic Potato and Greens Pie For dessert there s Butterscotch Pudding Cake, Warm Chocolate Cheesecake, and much And finally, on Sunday, when you have a little time to cook, there is a chapter for comfort food that will cure the end of the weekend blues and get the week started right.Perhaps most important to the overscheduled home cook, Sara s recipes help you cook smarter, faster, and cleaner Each recipe lists cooking and preparation times, and easy to follow instructions streamline the process by integrating prep and cleanup into each step Sidebars on shopping, storing, preparing, and serving share the tips Sara has collected over many years of answering questions from home cooks across the country Creative, crowd pleasing, and fuss free, the recipes in Sara Moulton s Everyday Family Dinners make family dinner a pleasure for everyone.

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    1. I like - Mexican Salmon Salad sandwich (actually uses pita bread). A new staple in the house. Use RED salmon (not pink), really tastes better even though it's just a little bit more expensive. - Toad in a hole (egg casserole with sausage). If you have a cast iron pan, you can use it for both on the stove and in the oven. - Nacho pie (all the ingredients of nachos, but baked into a casserole) - too spicy if use all pepper jack cheese. What I especially like is that she tells you how much time for [...]

    2. Disappointing -- I have more than half an hour at night to make dinner and these recipes still seemed very daunting. Lots of ingredients, lots of chopping, lots of technique. Her voice turned me off, too, always going on about the Gourmet dining room and "The Husband" (in one recipe she writes, "that shut him up"). Bleh.

    3. This book features over 200 recipes with a nice range of food category types. Everything I have made has never failed. Which is a good sign of a well-tested cookbook.I was a little disappointed their weren't more photos featuring beautiful food. But overall, it's a nice book to own.

    4. This is definitely a cookbook I'll be purchasing. Recipes are explained in a clear and conversational manner. There are lots of dishes I probably wouldn't have tried on my own but after reading through this cookbook I'm more than game to try some new things out.

    5. A lot of weird combinations guaranteed to have your children say "Yuck!" Some good tips on basic processes but nothing extraordinary. A few good recipes (a simple cassoulet but needs more saugage). Way too much frying for everday meals. Get it from the library but don't buy it.

    6. I didn't enjoy her style of writing or her recipes. It makes it seem like it would be a very basic boom of recipes but many items are not common and tend to complicate the recipes more.

    7. Beer bread, chowder, and refrigerator pickle recipes were all successful. I want to try some of the egg dishes when my egg-hating husband is out of town.

    8. I use Moulton's cookbook regularly. Easy to understand, ingredients easy to come across. I highly recommend this book to beginners and experts alike.

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