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    This dish comes together fast. The precise cut of chicken you use in this recipe is not crucial. You can use skinless breasts (to cut fat) or boneless (to cut cooking time), or you can use chicken thighs (in which case you should figure on about 10 additional minutes of cooking time). Adapted from a recipe I originally found in Bon Appétit.

    Recipe #428155

    A simple, earthy version of fried rice. Good with either white or brown rice. If you have it, adding a little sesame oil to the stir-fry oil is a nice touch, but it's not necessary.

    Recipe #365190

    Adapted from _America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook_. I serve this with jasmine rice as a quick weeknight dinner. As written, the amount of heat in this dish is pretty low (my 8 year old daughter doesn't have much of a fire-tongue yet), so adjust the amount of red pepper flakes and curry powder to your taste.

    Recipe #332642

    Simple but classy. Lamb draws in flavors from marinades very quickly, so this dish has a fairly quick prep time. Lamb is often paired with mashed or baked potatoes, and those will go well with this dish, but I often serve it with egg pasta (homemade tagliatoni when I'm going all out). A vinegarette-dressed salad is a good match as a vegetable course.

    Recipe #323957

    Served with a fresh salad, I think this is a perfect summer weekday meal. It comes together very fast if you prepare all the ingredients beforehand.

    Recipe #246437

    This is my own recipe. I scored some great locally raised pork tenderloin and some homemade maple syrup in the same week, and was inspired to create a recipe that used these and other regional ingredients. This recipe comes together very quickly. I made the sauce while the tenderloins were roasting and it took me less than 45 minutes from the time I started prepping ingredients to getting it on the table. By the way, I specify port, but sweet marsala or sherry should work (or substitute 2 Tbs of balsamic vinegar in 1/3 cup water for the 1/2 cup wine). Using >Bosc< pears is key because they won't break down when cooked. I served the tenderloins with buttermilk biscuits and lightly steamed green beans. And had a pint of Wolaver's brown ale to go with it all. Beauty!

    Recipe #213690


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