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If there is one statement that you will read here over and over again it is: Use a thermometer to determine the doneness of your meat. There are many "formulas" depending on bird weight, cooking method and - frankly - gut feeling of many cooks, but for a formula to reliably work you would have to factor not only the weight of the bird, but also starting ...
Unless you're cooking single servings, the temperature will actually continue to rise after you pull it off the heat. This is why you remove it from the heat before it reaches the desired "done" temperature. You're only letting it rest for a short time: 5-10 minutes for a steak, longer for larger cuts of meat or entire birds. This is not long enough to ...
Heat your plate in microwave then put steak on it to rest, with door closed, lovely and juicy.
The Low and High settings both cook at the same temperature. The only difference is how long it takes to reach the simmer point before the temperature stabilize. So basically, both settings will stop at around 209 degrees and stay there until turned off. What's the difference between the Low and High cooking: ...
I put the probe in the thickest part of the thigh and try to also hit the bone as the thickest part will have a bone n the middle. Also the last places to reach temperature are always closest to the bone. (I never put the probe near the ends of the bone (where it's not thickest anyway) and I've never had a false high reading. Just let the point touch the ...
May have something to do with Mailard/browning reactions ( google) which need some temperature to get going. You could conceivably bake bread at a much lower temp, but you would not get browning or "baked" flavors, just mush flavors.
A lot of the above comments are correct. I have a SS double wall vacuum insulated tumbler that i use for hot or cold liquids. The vacuum insulated walls will keep may drink hot or cold all day if the lid is on. I've put coffee in it at 6am and at noon it was still too hot to drink without just sipping. I've left it full of coke with ice in it on my dresser ...
If we are using melting butter in cookies then the cookies will become chewer in taste.There are some ingredients that are used while baking cookies to make them perfect in taste and texture.These are baking powder,softened butter,egg,brown sugar,white sugar.
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