Food52 Dynamite Chicken: 60 Never-Boring Recipes for Your Favorite Bird by Tyler Kord

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  • Grilled chicken with pickled blueberry salad

    • julesamomof2 on June 01, 2020

      This was delish and really pretty on the plate as well. Also much easier to pull together, as long as you prep the blueberries ahead of time. I did marinate the chicken in some olive oil and lemon juice for a few hours to add some additional flavor. This one is company - worthy.

  • Speedy chicken chili

    • averythingcooks on February 02, 2020

      I'm not sure what it was but I did not like the texture of this chili. I hand cut the thighs into pretty small chunks (certainly between 1/4 & 1/2 inch) as directed. The "sauce" was silky & rich and - yes - I did add corn and black beans (as I usually do re: chili). I make (and love) lots of different chicken chilies but I just don't think I liked the texture of the little chunks of chicken thigh. I will certainly make the sauce again....maybe with a ground beef / sausage base next time.

  • Rotisserie chicken beans (aka the only thing that Tyler Kord would eat if left to his own devices)

    • Jviney on January 23, 2020

      This was really good! The lime juice and Cholula hot sauce set it apart from your standard chicken soup in my opinion, although my husband had little lime juice and no hot sauce and loved it. The house smelled amazing all afternoon, Rancho Gordo cassoulet beans were lovely in it.

  • Roasted drumsticks with Brussels sprouts, fennel and jalapeño

    • DFarnham on January 12, 2021

      This was good, super easy. A couple of notes: Made this twice. Using thighs, not drumsticks. The salt feels like a lot but necessary to make a nice crisp skin. Because thighs take a little longer, I started them skin-side down then flipped them half-way. Need to watch brussels so they don't burn due to longer cook time. The second time I added a sprinkling of Aleppo pepper to the thighs. Delicious and satisfying dinner.

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Reviews about this book

  • Eat Your Books by Jenny Hartin

    Kord's recipes are guaranteed to transform your poultry game.

    Full review
  • Food52

    60+ totally not-boring ways to cook chicken, with something for just about everyone.

    Full review
  • ISBN 10 1524759007
  • ISBN 13 9781524759001
  • Published Oct 08 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 176
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Ten Speed Press

Publishers Text

A game-changing collection of 60 new-fashioned chicken recipes from chef Tyler Kord and Food52, the award-winning online kitchen and home destination.

Sautéed, fried, or nestled in a sheet pan, chicken is a clear winner for home cooks around the world--from jerk chicken and chicken adobo to Vietnamese chicken noodle soup, pho ga. But because chicken is so popular, you may feel like you've run out of new ways to love it. That's where Food52 and Tyler Kord come in, bringing you a clever collection of deliciously inventive chicken dishes. In this book, you'll find creative recipes for every occasion: Winning weeknight dinners and ambitious-but-worth-it weekend projects; meals to impress guests and satisfy picky kids; and cozy comfort foods to curl up with.

Tyler's new classics will soon join your regular recipe lineup, with dishes like Roast Chicken with All of the Vegetables in Your CSA, Broiled Chicken Thighs with Plum Tomatoes & Garlic, Patrick's Fried Chicken with Spicy Pickles, and Tangy Rose's Lime-Glazed Wings. He'll throw in a few surprises, too, like Chicken & Kimchi Pierogies and Spicy Parmesan Chicken Potpie, along with an ingenious combination of chicken and lasagna (called Chickensagna, naturally). And thanks to handy how-tos on carving, trussing, spatchcocking, making stock from scratch, and much more, you'll learn every chicken trick in the--well--book. So even if chicken's already your trusty dinner go-to, Dynamite Chicken will have you eating lots more of it, and never getting bored.

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