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Milk Street: 3 Great Chicken Dinners with Yasmin Fahr

Join guest teacher Yasmin Fahr, author of the new book “Cook Simply, Live Fully,” for a livestream class where you’ll learn three brilliant ways to prepare chicken that each highlight the best features of this beloved protein while avoiding its pitfalls.

Fried, grilled, baked, roasted, steamed, poached, sauteed: we love chicken in all its forms. We adore its versatility and appreciate its near-universal appeal. What we don’t like is chicken that ends up overcooked (we’ve all been there), greasy or bland.

You’ll use bone-in, skin-on chicken legs for Yasmin’s Lemony Ginger Chicken with Potatoes and Onions, a hands-off braise that makes the oven do nearly all the work—no need for the dreaded messy process of browning the chicken first—and produces a broth that she describes as “elixir-like.”

Then, you’ll see a very different way to prepare those same cuts as you make Yasmin’s favorite sheet pan dinner, which combines juicy chicken, sweet-tart tomatoes and crunchy croutons for a crowd-pleasing spread.

Finally, you’ll use ground chicken to make smashed chicken burgers that deliver big flavor thanks to generous amounts of ginger and scallion—plus two unexpected ingredients that will become must-haves for all your future burgers and meatballs. Served on a toasted brioche bun with a bit of avocado and lime, these burgers are prime for parties, cookouts—or any old weeknight dinner.

Join this class to learn three chicken dinners that are truly winners.

Length of Class: 1 hour 15 minutes

What’s on the Menu:

  • Lemony Ginger Chicken with Potatoes + Onions
  • Chicken Thighs with Burst Tomatoes + Croutons
  • Smashed Ginger-Scallion Chicken Burgers

About Yasmin Fahr:

Yasmin Fahr is currently a regular contributor to NYT Cooking and was also nominated for a Webby Award for her video work with The Kitchn. Her recipes and writing have appeared online and in print publications such as The Washington Post, Food52, The Kitchn, Guardian Feast, Today Show Food, Epicurious and others. She is the author of “Keeping It Simple” and “Boards & Spreads.” Her third book, “Cook Simply, Live Fully” is out on April 16, 2024.

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Jun 08 2024


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10:00 am - 11:15 am



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