Pick up a rotisserie chicken and bring home a meal! This book provides recipes for tried-and true recipes for casseroles, lunches and dinners-- many of which can be ready in half-an-hour! Includes recipes for dozens of side dishes to complete your family's meal.
At head of title: Southern Living.
Rotisseries chicken: the breakdown: step-by-step tutorial to help you get the most out of your rotisserie chicken
Take stock of the pantry: a helpful list of pantry essentials to keep on hand
Smart-shopper meals: simple ingredients that add up to a meal
Everyday easy: simple main dishes for busy weeknights
Your secret's safe: from-scratch flavor in a fraction of the time
Warm & comforting: heartwarming soups, stews, and gumbos
Lunch break: crisp salads, melty paninis, and piled-high sandwiches
Accent on flavor: main dishes with international flair
On the side: super simple sides to complete your chicken dinner
Take it with you: portable feasts for picnics, potlucks, and family
Weeknight company: fancy feasts that impress with little effort.
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