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WEIGHT WATCHERS ZUCCHINI FRITTERS ? 3SP (Chicken Breastrecipes Weight Watchers)

Ingredients 1 medium zucchini, grated 1 teaspoon salt small onion, finely chopped cup whole wheat flour teaspoon baking powder 1 tablespoon milk 1 egg Fresh ground pepper, to taste Directions Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Lay the grated zucchini on a

Lemon Garlic Butterflied Roast Chicken

Lemon Garlic Butterflied Roast Chicken

NYT Cooking: This is true to the Apulian tradition of serving chopped greens with orecchiette, those little ear-shaped pasta, though the greens might be different in Apulia and the combination doesn’t always include a tomato sauce. Since I’ve always got tomato sauce in my freezer, it’s an easy dish to throw together. This winter version is made with canned tomatoes.

NYT Cooking: This is true to the Apulian tradition of serving chopped greens with orecchiette, those little ear-shaped pasta, though the greens might be different in Apulia and the combination doesn’t always include a tomato sauce. Since I’ve always got tomato sauce in my freezer, it’s an easy dish to throw together. This winter version is made with canned tomatoes.

NYT Cooking: These have a delicate texture and a wonderful savory taste. They’re a little tricky to turn, as they can fall apart. Don’t make them too thick and use an offset spatula, and it will be easier for you. They should be cooked on a flat griddle or pan; don’t try to grill them on a barbecue.

NYT Cooking: These have a delicate texture and a wonderful savory taste. They’re a little tricky to turn, as they can fall apart. Don’t make them too thick and use an offset spatula, and it will be easier for you. They should be cooked on a flat griddle or pan; don’t try to grill them on a barbecue.

NYT Cooking: This absurdly decadent chocolate cake came to The Times in a 1991 article by Molly O'Neill about Ebinger’s, the legendary chain of Brooklyn bakeries that closed its doors in 1972 after 74 years in business. Their wildly popular blackout cake, a three layer devil's food cake filled with dark chocolate pudding, slathered with chocolate frosting and covered with chocolate cake ...

NYT Cooking: This absurdly decadent chocolate cake came to The Times in a 1991 article by Molly O'Neill about Ebinger’s, the legendary chain of Brooklyn bakeries that closed its doors in 1972 after 74 years in business. Their wildly popular blackout cake, a three layer devil's food cake filled with dark chocolate pudding, slathered with chocolate frosting and covered with chocolate cake ...

NYT Cooking: Jeff Hertzberg, a physician from Minneapolis, devised this streamlined technique for a crusty loaf of bread. Mix flour, salt, yeast and water. Let it sit a bit, refrigerate it, take some out and let it rise, then bake it. The crusty, full-flavored loaf that results may be the world’s easiest yeast bread.

NYT Cooking: Jeff Hertzberg, a physician from Minneapolis, devised this streamlined technique for a crusty loaf of bread. Mix flour, salt, yeast and water. Let it sit a bit, refrigerate it, take some out and let it rise, then bake it. The crusty, full-flavored loaf that results may be the world’s easiest yeast bread.

NYT Cooking: Here's a hack I performed on a recipe for an appetizer portion of skewered chunked chicken thighs that the great live-fire cooks and cookbook writers Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby wrote many years ago, and that I have slowly altered into a main-course grilled dinner. The skinless chicken browns nicely over a medium flame, and the sugary soy basting sauce lacquers i...

NYT Cooking: Here's a hack I performed on a recipe for an appetizer portion of skewered chunked chicken thighs that the great live-fire cooks and cookbook writers Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby wrote many years ago, and that I have slowly altered into a main-course grilled dinner. The skinless chicken browns nicely over a medium flame, and the sugary soy basting sauce lacquers i...

NYT Cooking: Make semi-veganism work for you. Once a week, let bean burgers stand in for hamburgers, leave the meat out of your pasta sauce, make a risotto the likes of which you’ve probably never had — and you may just find yourself eating “better.”

NYT Cooking: Make semi-veganism work for you. Once a week, let bean burgers stand in for hamburgers, leave the meat out of your pasta sauce, make a risotto the likes of which you’ve probably never had — and you may just find yourself eating “better.”

NYT Cooking: This classic dish of veal shanks braised in wine and tomatoes is a masterpiece of northern Italian cooking. Be sure to provide small spoons (espresso spoons work well) so people can scoop the marrow out of the bones, then eat the marrow sprinkled with salt and some of the gremolata.<br/><br/><br/><i>This is one of <a href="/68861692/7716592-melissa-clark-dinner-in-an-instant">10 recip...

NYT Cooking: This classic dish of veal shanks braised in wine and tomatoes is a masterpiece of northern Italian cooking. Be sure to provide small spoons (espresso spoons work well) so people can scoop the marrow out of the bones, then eat the marrow sprinkled with salt and some of the gremolata.<br/><br/><br/><i>This is one of <a href="/68861692/7716592-melissa-clark-dinner-in-an-instant">10 recip...