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The Ultimate Rotisserie Cookbook: 300 Mouthwatering Recipes for Making the Most of Your Rotisserie Oven (Non) Paperback – September 5, 2002


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Product Details

  • Series: Non
  • Paperback: 374 pages
  • Publisher: Harvard Common Press (September 5, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1558322337
  • ISBN-13: 978-1558322332
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.1 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,101 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

Is a countertop rotisserie the one small appliance every cook needs in order to save time in the kitchen while producing fabulous meals? Phillips (The Soup Mix Gourmet) thinks the answer is yes, and she presents a strong case. If cooks have a tabletop rotisserie with a good timer, she says, they can "set it and forget it," leaving Spicy Thai Ginger Chicken, Peach and Ginger Pork Roast or Scallop Kabobs to cook (and self-baste) to perfection with little help from the cook-and minimal cleanup time. In chapters devoted to poultry, beef and lamb, pork, fish and vegetables, Phillips provides many good ideas for using every part of any rotisserie-the spit, kabob rods and basket-even suggesting that the basket be used for cooking "Dillicious" Salmon Cakes, Pesto-Grilled Eggplant and Chipotle Meatloaf. Almost every section of the book offers advice on rubs, marinades and sauces, but there is also an extra chapter completely devoted to sauces, as well as another one on such side dishes as Garlic Smashed Potatoes with Cream and Asian Slaw. Desserts such as Caramelized Bananas with Hot Fudge provide an additional argument that cooking with a rotisserie can actually be fun. (Oct.)
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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The "top manufacturer" (could it be Ronco?) of rotisserie ovens has sold more than three million of the countertop appliances in the last several years, and Phillips's latest book (after The Soup Mix Gourmet) supplies dozens of easy and delectable recipes for anyone who owns one. There are several chicken recipes, but she also uses her rotisserie to cook other meats, vegetables, and even desserts ("I know what you're thinking," she writes, "this woman is mad! But wait ."), including Bittersweet S'mores and Grilled Drunken Figs. Each chapter opens with "No-Brainers" that offer advice on using condiments, prepared sauces, and the like. A chapter on homemade salsas, rubs, and sauces and a selection of (nonrotisserie) side dishes round out the book. For most collections.
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

More About the Author

Welcome to my Amazon.com profile page. I'm the author of 14 cookbooks including the James Beard Award nominated Perfect Party Food. I travel and teach do-ahead entertaining and cooking classes all over the country and in the Dordogne region of France. Teaching is my passion and I love being able to do something that I love that includes meeting my readers and students all over the country. Check out my website www.dianephillips.com for my fall class schedule featuring my next book: Slow Cooker; The Best Cookbook Ever, information about La Combe en Perigord, travel tips, and do-ahead entertaining tools. Follow me at my blog: www.cucinadivina.blogspot.com

Customer Reviews

Good, very simple recipes for rotisserie cooking.
S. Davidson
If the rest of the recipes are half as good as the holiday turkey recipe, I will consider my money well spent on this cookbook.
L. Beal
There are still recipes we will be trying, but so far, we are really happy with the cookbook.
jrs1939

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Daniel F. Moore on October 12, 2002
Format: Hardcover
Diane Phillips is truly amazing! In 'The Soup Mix Gourmet', she elevated the humble and oft-maligned canned and/or dried soup to haute cuisine. She's done it again with 'The Ultimate Rotisserie Cookbook'. This appliance has exploded onto the kitchen scene and is now, thanks to Ron Popeil and George Foreman, widely used in American homes.
Phillips cites dry rubs as 'part and parcel of what makes delicious rotisserie and grilled food'. In the chapter, 'A Whole Lot of Saucin' Going On', she delights us with recipes for not only rubs, but marinades, salsas, pesto, and a wide variety of finishing sauces. The Fiesta Rub combining chili powder, cumin and oregano made a meal of chicken breasts exploding with flavor. There are over 50 pages in this chapter and this alone will allow you to experiment with new and old flavors and tastes.
Additionally, Ms. Phillips discusses poultry, beef, lamb, pork and vegetables. Each chapter begins with a listing of the recipes and the appropriate page number. Also included are spice and sauce 'no brainers', a list of spices and sauces that complement the particular meat or vegetable. Cooking times for doneness are particularly helpful in the meat chapters.
Just when you think you have tried almost everything in the rotisserie, comes the chapter entitled, 'Hot and Sweet'. Fruit is showcased here and the Rotisserie Caramel Apples will have the kids screaming for more! The book concludes with a collection of side dishes to accompany your rotisserie meal. Here you will find baked beans, potato and rice dishes and some salad suggestions, to mention only a few.
As you can probably tell, I love this book! I have owned a Showtime Rotisserie for over five years and there is nothing to compare to the simplicity of use and the scrumptious results.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Catherine S. Vodrey on September 28, 2002
Format: Hardcover
I would not have believed that there could be gathered together 300 recipes all making use of a rotisserie oven, but Diane Phillips has done just that with "The Ultimate Rotisserie Cookbook." Perfect for someone who has a rotisserie oven--or is seriously considering buying one--this is, of course, heavy on the meat and kabob recipes. These are mouthwatering: Creole Mustard-Crusted Rib Roast, Indonesian Pork Satay, Romano-Crusted Swordfish, and so on. There are even, surprisingly enough, some "sides" and dessert recipes. The Strawberry S'Mores and Pineapple with Macadamia Caramel Sauce could just as easily be made without a rotisserie, but what fun that Phillips had the imagination to include them here!
The book is pleasingly heavy in the hand, and the graphic design attractive to the eye. I wish some color other than red had been used for notes and recipe titles (red is so hard on the eyes), but that's a small quibble with an unusual and useful cookbook.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By E. Hennessey on October 13, 2003
Format: Paperback
We bought one of those showtime grills you see advertised on tv - the Set it and Forget It! rotisserie. Bed Bath and Beyond sells a smaller version for $100 - that is the one we got. Unfortunatly it did not come with a lot of recipes - just basic cooking tips - x pounds = x mins. I saw this book on Amazon and the reviews were pretty good. Those reviews did not do it justice. This book is a MUST HAVE if you have one of those grills. It is tailored to the kitchen counter rotiserie - not the big rotisserie kits for your BBQ.
I never imagined being able to rotisserie a banana or an apple. This has recipes from that to chicken, pork, fish, kabobs, etc. I just got the book the book and already made 3 recipes out of it today! I made a whole chicken on it that rivals anything the supermarkets can produce. You MUST buy this book if you want to take full advantage of your rotisserie grill! Tonight for dessert I am suprising my wife with the Caramelized Apples! Yummm I can hardly wait!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Adams on January 24, 2009
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I love cookbooks, so when I say this is one of the best, it is one of the best. I got the book expecting to just get a few ideas on how to use my new rotisserie, but when I started turning the pages, I was in love! I would recommend this book to anyone! The token rotisserie meat recipes are there, but there are also a lot of vegetable and fruit recipes for the rotisserie, as well. However, the best part of the book by far is the section on sauces, marinades, and rubs. It is worth a book in and of itself and can be used on any meat, not just rotisserie meat. I usually take away a star if there are no pictures, but the recipes are so great, I HAVE to give it 5 stars!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By L. Beal on January 10, 2003
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I got my George Forman Jr. rotisserie a couple of weeks before Christmas. After trying a chicken without a cookbook, I decided I needed a little help.
This is the most comprehensive rotisserie cookbook I found. After reading the cookbook, I decided to give the holiday turkey recipe with bacon a try for Christmas dinner. The turkey was wonderfully moist and golden brown. While tying bacon to the turkey wasn't exactly easy, it was worth the effort. I got compliments all around on the wonderful taste. Next time I'll use the elastic bands.
If the rest of the recipes are half as good as the holiday turkey recipe, I will consider my money well spent on this cookbook.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By C. Pedersen on July 2, 2006
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I checked out a bunch of rotisserie books at the library and this was the best one. It had the most variety of recipes for different meats, and the best sounding recipes. Thus, I actually bought myself a copy.

I would give it a 5th star if it had photos..i love seeing photos of each recipe in cookbooks.
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