Chicken is easily the most searched for ingredient on New York Times Cooking, and it stands to reason: It’s economical, it’s widely available, it’s better for the climate than other meats. And it’s endlessly adaptable, a blank canvas for all sorts of preparations and vibrant, delicious seasonings. In the cold weather months, that means cozy soups, braises and burnished roasts. But in the summer, grilling becomes the method of choice, as it gets you out of a hot kitchen, and adds a layer of fire-kissed flavor and texture to the otherwise mild-mannered meat. You can always salt the dickens out
Let’s just all agree, street-style food is an indispensable part of Indian cuisine. You get an array of lip-smacking delicacies at tiny stalls, carts and even dhabas, located in almost every nook and corner of the country. For all the non-vegetarian food lovers, there’s nothing like tawa chicken masala and fish masala while for vegetarians, it’s tawa paneer, tawa burger, mushroom and much more. There’s something in the Indian street-style food that leaves us wanting it over and over again. Maybe it’s the fiery masala and that thick iron griddle (tawa) that all local dhabas and eateries use to give
A lifelong vegetarian received an unwelcome surprise when she ordered a meat-free McDonald’s sandwich last week but was mistakenly given chicken instead.
According to Gloucestershire Live, 50-year-old Louise Davies took her 11-year-old daughter to the Hardwicke, Gloucester, location’s drive-thru on Friday and ordered a “vegetarian burger”—an option offered at the chain’s UK locations. However, she was horrified when she bit down and immediately tasted chicken.
The McDonald’s website notes that the Vegetable Deluxe Sandwich is supposed to contain “red pepper & pesto goujons” in addition to lettuce and sauce on a sesame bun. Finding that the goujons, a type
Tyson Foods Inc. has issued a recall for nearly 8.5 million pounds of frozen chicken products over listeria concerns after one person died as a result of eating contaminated poultry, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
The recall was announced Saturday and covers frozen, fully cooked chicken products that were sold between Dec. 26, 2020 and April 13 to retailers, hospitals, nursing facilities, restaurants, schools and Department of Defense locations.
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Grilling chicken is an easy way to transform this versatile food into something even more delicious. Various cultures serve chicken in kebab form after grilling it over an open flame, and taste is a big reason this particular method of cooking chicken is so beloved.
While you might not expect to see kebabs on the menu at your favorite Italian restaurant, “spiedini” is Italian for “little skewers,” proving that Italian chefs recognize how delicious chicken can be when served in kebab form. In this recipe for “Spiedini of Chicken and Zucchini with Almond Salsa Verde” from “Cooking Light: Dinner’s Ready”
Vegetarians, have you ever deeply craved the meaty flavour of a Peperami?
Yeah, us neither. Our main meat cravings tend to be hot dogs or ribs.
But just in case a veggie version of their product is what the people have been waiting for, Peperami has launched Vegerami – a vegetarian take on their usual meaty snacks.
Available in Tesco from June, Vegerami Chick’nless Bites come in two flavours, Pep’d Up and Smokin’.
They’re designed to taste, look, and feel like chicken, and are made with pea protein.
Peperami recommends eating them as an on-the-go