Air Fryer Perfection

Foolproof and Fast Recipes for Frying, Roasting, Baking, and More

Author: America's Test Kitchen

Publisher: America's Test Kichen


Category: Hot air frying

Page: 192

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Get the best possible results from your air fryer and discover the best ways to use it (not just frying!) with 75 fast, convenient, great-tasting recipes. Air fryers promise crisp fried food without actual deep frying. Was it too good to be believed? And what can you cook in them besides French fries? In truth, air fryers cook food by blasting it with circulated hot air. The method is fast, convenient, and can be surprisingly good--if you have right recipe. We cooked more than 70 pounds of potatoes to create the perfect air fryer French fry, with an evenly crisp exterior and creamy center. But what really drew us to this appliance was the variety of what you can make in it, effortlessly and without having to enlist numerous pots and pans. In addition to crispy fried chicken and fries, you'll turn out evenly cooked steaks, such as Chipotle-Coffee Rubbed Steaks with Snap Pea Salad (the spice rub gives them a bold crust), Sweet and Smoky Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Butternut Squash (the pork cooks directly on top of the squash to save time), and Tandoori Chicken Thighs. Many of the recipes yield both a main and a side for a complete meal. Most recipes take only 45 minutes or even less time, and all come with complete nutrition information. Frozen foods cook up crisp in the air fryer, but the results are so much better when you start with homemade. So we offer freeze-it-yourself Chicken Nuggets, Beef Hand Pies, and more that go straight from freezer to air fryer and cook to perfection. And we share plenty of kid-friendly meals and snacks, from Better Than Boxed Fish Sticks to Zucchini Fries.

What's Cooking?

A Recipe Organizer

Author: Virginia Reynolds

Publisher: Peter Pauper Press, Inc.



Page: 96

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What's Cooking? features '50s-inspired photos by Kelly Povo and humorous musings on cooking. Includes a wealth of practical elements: 9-3/8 square 96 pages 8 dividers 8 folders and 8 plastic-covered adhesive pages to store recipe cards and clipped recipes 9 information pages including US and metric equivalents, emergency substitutions, microwave tips, a glossary of cooking terms, and more Clear plastic page protects recipe in use. 80 lined recipe pages plus additional pages 3-ring square-back binder.

History of Soymilk and Other Non-Dairy Milks (1226-2013)

Including Infant Formulas, Calf Milk Replacers, Soy Creamers, Soy Shakes, Soy Smoothies, Almond Milk, Coconut Milk, Peanut Milk, Rice Milk, Sesame Milk, etc.

Author: William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi

Publisher: Soyinfo Center


Category: Soyfoods

Page: 2972

View: 794

Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny



Category: American literature


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Successful Farming




Category: Agriculture


View: 961

Includes various special sections or issues annually: 1968- Harvesting issue (usually no. 7 or 8); 1968- Crop planning issue (usually no. 12; title varies slightly); Machinery management issue (usually no. 2); 1970- Crop planting issue (usually no. 4; title varies slightly).