The Essential Guide To Classic French Chicken Recipes

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The Essential Guide To Classic French Chicken Recipes

 With a bit of planning & forethought, getting family meals on the table that taste great & appeal to a wide variety of palates is easy. You can create restaurant quality recipes & meals at home perfect for entertaining or for any night of the week. Hand crafted specialties featuring chicken need not be complicated & they should use readily available ingredients. I will show you how to roast a simple chicken as well as arm you with indispensable stove top specialties. With some delicious sides & desserts, you’ll be prepared for several hard working recipe solutions. Stock your pantry now with the proper ingredients, tools & equipment to make dinner execution efficient, rewarding & fun. Read through the recipes before beginning. Follow my pointers & get ready to make the best meals to date that your family will rave over.

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How To Cook Classic French Chicken Recipes

A recipe collection of French favorites should include a variety of sauce styles & meat options that not only fall in line with tradition but highlight preparation solutions for the busy, modern cook. They should also focus on produce available now from your local market. Once you know a few key basic fundamentals, you’ll be preparing these items often. I’ll also offer ways they can be used throughout the year for entertaining & beyond the typical family meal solution.

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No. 1

The Ingredient Staples

Before any cooking can begin stock your pantry & refrigerator with the proper ingredients. I have designed the recipes so that one large package of chicken may be used to yield two different meals. The vegetables & herbs are added to multiple recipes to make the very most of your purchases as well in order to minimize unnecessary waste. I also use many items that can be found from humble markets so running from store to store for ingredients isn’t needed. The main point is that you’ll be learning the classic French cooking techniques with items that are readily available to you. Most of them may be ordered & added to your local grocery deliveries. Pick up a bottle of good olive oil that may be used to sauté vegetables or sear poultry. Do not skimp on the fresh herbs & a small amount of heavy cream will prove to provide wonderful rich flavor to dishes. A little red & white wine will come in handy as well– do not get caught up as to the type, if you’re drinking it & have it in the house already, it will be just fine.

No. 2

The Tools & Equipment

Invest in a quality sauté pan with 3-inch sides & a roasting pan. They will make preparing these recipes a breeze. Good tongs & sharpened knives will also come in handy. A thermometer will prove vital to ensure the chicken registers the proper temperature. Digital models may be found from super centers & fine cook stores.

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The Meal Preparations

Some recipes may be prepared relatively effortlessly on the stovetop while others will need a block of time set aside in order to complete in the oven. However, the dishes will yield valuable family meal solutions. Focus on the task at hand to complete them quickly. Have ingredients & equipment out on the counter & ready to use at a moments notice.

No. 4

The Side Dishes, The Desserts… etc

Keeping the accompaniments simple in nature means that they may pair wonderfully with a variety of main dish classics. A Salade Niçoise featuring butter lettuce or a Lyonnaise Salad are good additions to the recipes I’ll be sharing. If something a bit more hearty is desired, Duchess Potatoes, Oven Roasted New Potatoes or Classic Potato Gratin offer simple yet rich flavor effortlessly. A wide variety of lovely sweets & dinner rolls with French roots may be prepared & served after supper or used to create a beautiful collection to offer guests when entertaining. Sablés, madeleines & galettes are just a few of the signature items that complete meals beautifully.  

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