This bestselling classic has been completely updated, modernized and redesigned to be the one-stop kitchen reference for today's cook. New in this edition:
-- All new design, including two-color text
-- Recipes with numbered steps for easy use
-- Preparation and cooking times with each recipe
-- Lighter versions of favorite recipes
-- Timesaving tips to make recipes even quicker
-- 200 all-new color photographs
-- All-new line art to make learning techniques easy
-- Complete nutrition information with each recipe, including percentage of calories from fat
-- Back cover of the book shows sample pages of the interior, so you can see the design even though it is shrink-wrapped
People really rely on Betty Crocker, and all the information they have come to expect is here, revised to be up-to-the-minute.
-- Over 900 recipes, from how to make coffee to rolling a fajita
-- Recipes that call for readily available ingredients
-- Definitions of cooking terms
-- Microwave basics and tips
-- The best -- and easiest -- way to cook anything, from oysters to apple pie to spaghetti squash
-- Photographs to help identify foods, such as types of mushrooms and pasta
-- Step-by-step photographs illustrating cooking techniques
-- Complete roasting, broiling and microwaving charts for meat and poultry
-- Trouble-shooting guides for successful baking
-- Food safety facts
-- High altitude cooking information
Trust Betty Crocker to make cooking easy, fun, and up-to-the-minute!
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Betty Crocker is on the health bandwagon. Not one for fads, Betty sensibly bases this 175-recipe cookbook on the Food Guide Pyramid guidelines recommended by the American Heart Association and many other medical and nutrition professional organizations. You learn tips for cutting down on fat and cholesterol, understanding the different kinds of fat, and making smart food choices for heart health. The idea is to reduce fat by making ingredient substitutions and small alterations, but not making drastic changes. The recipes are varied and creative and don't resemble "diet food": Ginger Shrimp Kabobs, Vegetable Potstickers, Stuffed Veal Chops with Cider Sauce, Vegetable and Ham Jambalaya, Curried Chicken and Nectarines, Caribbean Fish Salad, and Thai Shrimp and Rice Noodle Nests. The desserts include Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake with Raspberry Topping (only 20 percent fat!), Blueberry-Lime Torte (about 15 percent fat), and Double Chocolate-Date Cake (about 25 percent fat). Recipes are labeled with symbols indicating "low-calorie," "low-fat," "moderate-fat," "low-cholesterol," and "moderate-cholesterol," so you can choose how far you want to go. Each recipe has a hefty amount of nutritional information: calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbohydrate, fiber, protein, vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, and diet exchanges. Cooks who love knowing what the dishes should look like will enjoy the 45 mouth-watering color photos. --Joan PriceFrom the Inside Flap:
Betty Crocker's Low-fat, Low-cholesterol cooking today Do you want to eat a healthy diet, but don't want to give up on taste? Looking for the latest information on fat and cholesterol? Well look no further, because Betty Crocker's Low-Fat, Low-Cholesterol Cooking Today tells you everything you need to know, from technical information on fat and cholesterol in foods, to what they mean for your health. These easy-to-prepare recipes are all designed with the new health consciousness in mind. But with Betty Crocker it can't only be simple to make—it has to taste great. And true-to-form, 120 recipes prove that healthy eating can be enjoyed by the whole family. Chapters cover everything from Snacks & Appetizers to Desserts, and with a chapter dedicated to Meatless Main Dishes, this book reflects today's changing eating styles. Over 50 full-color food photographs throughout the book feature some of the tantalizing dishes within, and 16 how-to photographs take readers by the hand to walk them through some of the preparation steps. An intro section features easy tips for cutting down on fat and cholesterol, and important information about why it makes sense to be conscious of fat and cholesterol in your diet. Appendices include weekly menus, complete with calorie, fat and cholesterol content, plus a complete calorie, fat and cholesterol content chart so that readers can learn about their favorite foods. Once again, Betty Crocker proves that low-fat and low-cholesterol eating can be as easy as it is delicious! Visit Betty Crocker on-line at www.bettycrocker.com and IDG Books on-line at www.idgbooks.com
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Book Description Macmillan General Reference, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Revised. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0028603885
Book Description Book Condition: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Bookseller Inventory # 97800286038891.0
Book Description Betty Crocker, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0028603885