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There actually seems to be a difference between a chicken paw and a chicken foot. According to a 23-page publication from the University of Pennsylvania: Chicken Feet = feet and shank Chicken Paws = feet cut off at the ankle Though most of that publication is a study of the health conditions for breeding chickens, it does list a few of the types ...


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Some options: Prepare the biryani in an oven (used when making biryani with uncooked meat) in a really thick, covered oven pan, with no foiling at 200 degrees Celsius for around 30 mins. It won't stick to the bottom or get burnt. Keep a cast iron tawa underneath the pot the rice is in. Rice won't stick. Add some ghee at the bottom of the rice before ...


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A "soup chicken" used to be called a "stewing chicken." This just means that it is an older, tougher bird that should be cooked using a slow-cooking or stewing method in order to soften up the meat. Stewing chicken tends to have more flavor than young chicken, so it is ideal for soups and stews (obviously), but also for dishes that include small pieces of ...



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