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Rachael Ray: Just in Time: All-New 30-Minutes Meals, Plus Super-Fast 15-Minute Meals and Slow It Down 60-Minute Meals by Rachael Ray

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  • ISBN 10 1299060676
  • ISBN 13 9781299060678
  • Published Jan 01 2012
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 336
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Clarkson Potter Publishers
  • Imprint Clarkson Potter Publishers

Publishers Text

In this irresistible collection Rachael continues to work her 30-minute magic with nearly 100 awesomely delicious brand-new recipes. From pasta to pizzas, soups to sammies, and chicken, fish, and meat, you'll find a 30-minute-meal to suit every appetite.

But what if you don't have even 30 minutes? No worries, Rachael has you covered with her quickest-ever 15-minute meals. Why order pizza when you can have Provencal Tuna Melts, Italian Surf "Ëœn Turf Salad--even a fabulous paella--on the table in just 15 minutes? You'll never reach for the take-out menus again when super speedy Pea and Parsley Soup with Canadian Bacon and Skillet Tamale Pie are the delicious alternatives.

And what about those days when you want to slow things down a bit? Rachael's got the perfect recipes for those times, too. Her 60-minute meals like Paprika Chicken Stew with Potato Pierogies, Chicken, Corn and Tomatillo Lasagna, and Swordfish Rolls with Spaghetti Squash don't require any more effort from the cook, but they tale advantage of a little extra time in the oven or simmering on the stove to develop those great, deep flavors we all crave on lazy days. Among these dishes are some of Rachael's "Double Duty Dinners," recipes that you cook once, serve twice, but look and taste so different that no one will be the wiser (such as Chicken in Creamy Mushroom Sauce with Chive Egg Noodles in which the base magically morphs into Tarragon-Tomato Chicken and Bread Soup another night).

You'll also find fun Rachael Ray signature meals like:

  • BLD (meals you can eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner)
  • MYOTO (Make Your Own Take-Out Meals) that feature ethnic flavors but no mystery or fats
  • Date Night Dinners and Fancy Fake-Outs that are every bit as elegant as the fare from your favorite little bistro
  • The Kids Will Eat It meals (besides chicken nuggets) that will bring even the pickiest eaters to the table

This is Rachael's most versatile book yet, the one that will help you get the very most out of every minute you spend in the kitchen--whether you're rushing to the beat of the clock or taking advantage of a little extra time to stop and smell the veggies roasting. Either way you'll be dishing up some of Rachael's most appealing recipes ever--and all on your own schedule.



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