Contributed by: NAPSA
Pairings Make Flavor Twice As Nice (NAPSA) - Chefs have long recognized the value of similar and contrasting flavors in their cooking. Now, as home cooks continue to be more adventurous with food, they are developing an appreciation of this concept, too. Spanning sweet, hot, tangy, salty, bitter, sour and more, flavor pairings take taste to a whole new level.
The flavor experts at McCormick recently released the Flavor Forecast 2007, a glimpse at the trendy, tantalizing and downright tempting combinations that will shape the way we eat in the coming year and beyond. The top 10 flavor pairings for 2007 are:
"This year, we're seeing a greater variety of flavor offerings, specifically within individual ingredients," said Chef Adam Walker of McCormick. "Even staples once considered basic-like salt-now come in a diverse palette of flavor, color and texture."
This easy recipe, from Chef Walker, is a great way to try one of the year's top pairings: lavender-a key ingredient in Herbes de Provence-and honey. "Try wildflower, raw or buckwheat honey to change the flavor of this recipe," Chef Walker said.
For more information and recipes featuring the top 10 flavor pairings of 2007, visit www. mccormick.com or call 1-800- MEAL-TIP (1-800-632-5847).
Prep Time: 15 minutes - Cook Time: 40 minutes
Place chicken, onions and olives in 13x9-inch baking dish.
Mix remaining ingredients in small bowl. Pour evenly over chicken. Roast in preheated 425¡F oven 40 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. Serve chicken with olives, onions and pan juices.
Serving Size: Makes 6 Servings
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