Ny times best recipes 2016

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What else should we write about? Contact us: smarterliving nytimes. Whether you want to learn to cook, cook more or just cook less packaged food, here is a great place to start. They all contain six ingredients or fewer. And any leftovers can become the foundation for other dishes. Simplest Roast Chicken. This one, from Mark Bittman, has only four ingredients and yields a crisp exterior with moist and tender meat.
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By Melissa Clark. The usual skillet-chicken recipe is simple. You brown a cutup chicken in a wide skillet, add a splash of water or broth, and finish cooking it in the oven. While the chicken is roasting, you can toss a salad, slice some bread and open the wine. This version may be slightly more involved, but the payoff is big — very big — as in tangy, cheesy, bacon-y big. Because instead of water or broth, the liquid in the pan is a quickly made tomato sauce.


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