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comment Should I press the chicken breast against the pan when I grill it?
Hey Aaronut, thanks a lot. The problem is that I can't bake neither pound. I cut the breast in thin slices. Is that ok? Is what I'm doind considered grilling?
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comment Should I press the chicken breast against the pan when I grill it?
BTW, when I meant beautiful and ugly sides, I meant after the grilling.
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comment Should I press the chicken breast against the pan when I grill it?
Aaronut, why not?
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comment Should I press the chicken breast against the pan when I grill it?
Ok... So I'll have to get used to it, right? Not pressing anymore, just leaving it there and, when the breast is 'beautiful', maybe leave it in the cooler spot of the pan. That might work, right? My def. os beautiful: brown in bothes sides, and well cooked. My cousin can get all the chicken breasts that he makes like that. Maybe it's just my head, that is thinking that the chicken might not be well cooked. It's just that when I cut the breast into slices, the smell is so bad... Even when I put the chicken breast in the refrigerator. But when I heat it in the microwave... Damn, it's good!
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comment Can I grill a chicken/turkey breast in the night and eat it 12:00 and 18:00?
thanks a lot! After 24 hours the taste of the meat is a little bit different.
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comment Can I grill a chicken/turkey breast in the night and eat it 12:00 and 18:00?
Aaronut, thank you so much. So I can grill it, put in the refrigerator and eat it 12, 24 or 48 hours later, as long as I heat each portion separately, right? I ask this because short-term storage is a little bit indefinate for me (sorry). Dispite the taste, there's nothing wrong with that, right?
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asked Can I grill a chicken/turkey breast in the night and eat it 12:00 and 18:00?