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Rated number one in taste in the New York Times and the Boston Globe, Empire Kosher chicken is what great cooks all across the country know to buy when flavor matters. Now, the authority on poultry presents hundreds of recipes for turning chicken and turkey into entrées to remember, as well as a generous helping of fabulous side dishes.
Katja Goldman, chef and recipe developer for Empire, offers recipes that will surprise and entice both accomplished and novice cooks. Naturally, there are peerless recipes for traditional favorites–such as Tante Genia’s Chicken Kneidlach Soup and Kasha Varnishkes–but Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook takes the tenets of kosher cooking and applies them to exciting dishes inspired by cuisines from all over the globe. Ready for something new? Think about Chicken Nori Rolls with Wasabi Sauce, Indonesian Basil Coconut Soup, Duck with Honey Glaze, Tuscan Barbecued Chicken, or Minted Mustard Chicken. And serve them up with Zucchini Potato Latkes, Mashed Potatoes with Leeks and Garlic, Sweet and Savory Stuffing, or a dollop of Fresh Pineapple Salsa.
Because leftover chicken is not just a fact of life, but also a bonus to the home cook, Katja offers dozens of unbelievably tempting dishes that feature leftover poultry–such as Turkey, White Bean, and Escarole Soup and Curried Chicken Cakes–that will have you roasting an extra-large bird just so you can have enough left for use in these recipes.
Kosher cooking can be sophisticated and diverse, and in Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook, home cooks will find years of excellent meals.
Whether cooking dinner or lunch, for a quick family meal or a gathering of friends, you can’t go wrong with chicken–but how can you keep this perennial favorite new and exciting meal after meal?
Expand your poultry repertoire with Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook’s 225 delicious recipes. Relying on contemporary flavors, international influences, and health-conscious alternatives, Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook updates chicken, turkey, and duck dishes while maintaining kosher dietary laws. Delicious recipes include Grandma Regina’s Roast Chicken, Turkey Saté, Grilled Chicken Breasts with Cider Sauce and Sautéed Apples, Duck Ragout with Rigatoni, and side dishes such as Wild Rice, Mushroom, and Cherry Stuffing. Pairing time-honored recipes with innovative new flavors, Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook is an indispensable addition to any kitchen.
You’ll never think the same way about the kosher kitchen after cracking open this wonderful book. Authors Katja Goldman and Arthur Boehm have focused on chicken, turkey, and duck–all products of Empire Kosher, the largest kosher poultry producer in the U.S. They have stuck to the kosher food laws, and have produced a world-tour, world-class collection of recipes to meet any and all occasions. You’ll need a napkin at hand to mop your chin as you peruse this book.
The last may be best. In a final chapter, titled “The Next Day,” you’ll find recipes such as Mango-Dressed Chicken Salad, Turkey, White Bean and Escarole Soup, and Basil Chicken Salad on Rosemary Focaccia. This is all beyond leftovers. This is a whole new level. The proposed idea is to plan ahead rather than simply make do with leftovers. That is, while in the throes of cooking, cook extra portions with easy second-day meals in mind. Maximize your time. The authors call this the “poultry pantry,” which is another way of saying have on hand what you need when you need it.
Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook includes chapters on starters and finger foods; soups; recipes for the range, the oven, and the grill; side dishes; and chutneys, dressings, and salsas. Okay, you’ll find Golden Chicken Soup, perhaps the last word on the subject. But get this: you’ll also find yourself tempted by such soups as Moroccan Chicken and Lentil Soup, Canton Dumpling and Snow Pea Soup, and Indonesian Basil Coconut Soup.
For starters, there are Shiitake Potstickers, Chicken Nori Rolls, Curried Chicken Kabobs. Entrées include French-African Chicken Stew, Honey Ginger Chicken, Pungent Shabbat Chicken with Dried Fruit, Five Spice Roast Turkey Breast with Pear-Garlic Sauce–the list goes on and on, a couple of hundred recipes’ worth. This isn’t just a cookbook: Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook is a service to cooks everywhere. –Schuyler Ingle