White Wine Poached Chicken with Dill

 
White Wine Poached Chicken with Dill

June 26th 2011By Jamie Geller

Chicken breasts generally get much of their flavor from the accompanying ingredients with which they are made. The garlic, veggies, and herbs together with the broth and white wine make this flavorful dish a great pairing for a light, refreshing Chardonnay.

 

Simple Poached Salmon

 
poached salmon

April 7th 2015By Jamie Geller

Delicate and elegant, this technique yields juicy salmon that can be served warm or at room temperature.

 

Passover Seder Lemon Wine Poached Chicken

 
Passover Seder Lemon and Wine Poached Chicken

February 20th 2013By Jamie Geller

This Passover Poached chicken is the perfect answer to your Seder Menu, moist and delicious. It’s not too hard to be an easy breezy gourmet if you know how to combine flavors like lemon and white wine, master poaching (simple, see below) and make it your mission to cook with all the adorable mini veggies on the market, like baby carrots and pearl onions.

 

Olive Oil Poached Salmon

 
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December 17th 2014By Shoshana Ohriner

Olive Oil Poached Salmon, features olive oil in a bit of an unusual way. Salmon is poached, not in water, but in olive oil, which creates a wonderful silky texture in the cooked fish. The salmon comes out super moist and deliciously flavorful, truly a treat. Once the salmon is cooked the leftover oil is great as the base for a homemade Ceasar dressing. Serve the salmon along side any simply cooked vegetables or a large salad to complete the meal.

 

Green Tea Poached Peaches

 
Green Tea Poached Peaches

June 25th 2015By Melinda Strauss

These Green Tea Poached Peaches are a lovely Summer dessert topped with pistachios, orange zest, fresh mint and a little sugar but you can also eat them for breakfast with plain Greek yogurt and a drizzle of honey! No reason to be intimidated by the word “poach”. It literally means to cook something without it’s shell in boiling liquid. So really, all you have to do is simmer peeled peaches (pears would be delicious also) in a sweet green tea broth and that’s it!