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How To Cook Everything: 2,000 Simple Recipes for Great Food by Mark Bittman

By Mark Bittman

Mark Bittman's award-winning easy methods to prepare dinner every thing has helped numerous domestic chefs notice the rewards of straightforward cooking. Now the final word cookbook has been revised and increased (almost part the cloth is new), making it completely integral for a person who cooks—or desires to. With Bittman's hassle-free directions and suggestion, you'll make crowd-pleasing nutrition utilizing clean, common constituents; basic suggestions; and easy gear. Even larger, you'll observe how one can sit back and revel in your self within the kitchen as you organize scrumptious food for each social gathering.

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3. Use as a base for building other dips by adding yogurt or sour cream. 4. Drizzle on plain roasted, broiled, grilled, or steamed meat or vegetables toward the end of cooking. 5. Use to marinate fish, meat, or poultry before broiling, grilling, or roasting. Just be sure to blot the food dry before cooking; often I’ll also cover it with a fresh coat of oil to promote browning. If you want to use the leftover marinade as a sauce, be sure to boil it for several minutes first. 6. 15 minutes Toss with finely chopped fruit or vegetables (or both) for an instant salsa.

Rosemary Grayish green needles on woody branches, with crisp, piney aroma and flavor. Fresh rosemary is sold increasingly in supermarkets and is easy to grow as a perennial (warmer climates) or an annual. Dried leaves are also flavorful. Wonderful with beans and roast meats, also with most vegetables, egg dishes, pasta, and breads. The woody branches make perfect skewers for broiling or grilling too. Sage Soft, woolly, oval grayish green or multicolored leaves. Sharply flavored, slightly bitter, and very aromatic.

These are good for their straight herbaceous flavors; cilantro purée is terrific with grilled chicken, mint with lamb, and so on: Substitute any of these herbs (leaves only or leaves and very thin stems) for the parsley. Cilantro, Dill, Basil, or Mint Purée. Very strong stuff: Use 3 or more cloves garlic, 2 tablespoons vinegar or freshly squeezed lemon juice, and at least 1 teaspoon of hot red pepper flakes. Do not refrigerate. 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice Combine the cilantro, a pinch of salt, the garlic, and the oil in a food processor or blender.

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