The Oz Family Kitchen: More Than 100 Simple and Delicious Real-Food Recipes from Our Home to Yours by Lisa OzDr. Oz fans are endlessly curious about what he and his family eat. They assume that the family of Americas Doctor must live on a diet of broccoli and bean sprouts and be sworn martyrs in the church of joyless nutrient consumption. This couldnt be further from the truth. The Oz family (including Lisas husband Mehmet) love food. It just has to be good food--not processed, artificially flavored or filled with empty calories. The Ozes understand the power of food and its ability to heal, and in The Oz Family Kitchen they will, for the first time, share their knowledge, passion and recipes.
This healthy eating cookbook has more than 100 simple, delicious recipes from the Oz Family collection, including pastas, soups, sandwiches, entrees, smoothies, and desserts, such as Mehmets favorite birthday “Almost German Chocolate Cake, Daphnes special Glazed Acorn Squash with Savory Seeds,”, and the Oz family’s “Coconut-Crusted Chicken. The book offers helpful advice on cooking healthy meals for the whole family, pantry stocking, and smart shopping, as well as nutrition tips and health insights from Dr. Oz. Whether you are looking to eat healthier, more delicious meal, or simply get a glimpse into the Oz family lifestyle, The Oz Family Kitchen is an essential tool you’re looking for.
From the Hardcover edition.
Daphne Oz Teaches Dr. Oz How to Make Roast Chicken
The Oz Family Chicken Soup
With antibacterial and antiviral properties, this ingredient provides the perfect dose of germ-killing power. The sodium in the broth also makes you drink more, and the warmth of the soup, paired with hydration, helps thin out your mucous and open up your sinuses. From Food Can Fix It. Mehmet Oz. Cut the garlic heads crosswise to remove the tops and expose the cloves.
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Place the chicken in large soup pot one big enough to later hold chicken plus all other ingredients, with at least 4 inches left at the top and cover it with water. Bring to a light boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to gentle simmer. Cook, skimming occasionally, for 1 hour, or until the chicken is tender enough to pull easily from the bone. Use a pair of large tongs and a large ladle to remove the chicken from the pot, holding it over the pot for a few seconds to allow chicken cavity to drain. Remove bones and skin, discard, then set chicken meat aside.