Questions tagged [chicken]

Questions about handling, preparing, or cooking chicken, either whole or parts.

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Chicken Breast expiration [duplicate]

If I buy raw chicken breasts from nofrils on June 21 and expiration date says June 23 can I cook it on June 23 and eat the left overs the next day? Would that make the chicken okay to eat still, or ...
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Problems with frying chicken…coating doesnt stick, and coating doesnt get crispy [duplicate]

Ive been trying to fry chicken in oil, but im running into issues with the coating. Ive tried using a pre-made coating mix and flour. I coat the chicken in egg (which is supposed to help the coating ...
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Braising boneless skinless chicken thighs?

Is it worth braising boneless skinless chicken thighs? All the braising videos and recipes I see call for bone-in, skin-on. The way I understand it, the stew will take on the flavor of the meat ...
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What is gelatinous and stringy stuff in my commercial chicken broth? [closed]

Using it to make vichyssoise and now the soup is stringy too. Not very pleasing to the palate. The other questions don't address this
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What, apart from gravy, can you make with chicken giblets? [closed]

I just smoked a whole pile of chickens for a Memorial Day BBQ, and have a whole tupperware full of giblets in the fridge. You can use giblets for broth, and for gravy. Is there some other way to use ...
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What to do with soft chicken bones after making bone broth?

I have chicken bones after being boiled down to mush. Can they be crushed? Then what can I use them for?
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Escoffier's four types of chicken

I'm learning french and thought I would check out the master himself, auguste escoffier, and I bought "Ma Cuisine" on my kindle. In looking at the poultry section, he identifies four types of chicken. ...
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Sell by date of 4/17/19

I have frozen chicken cutlets beaded with parmasean cheese and a sell by date of 4/17/19 can they still by cooked and eaten?
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Cooked a normal piece of chicken breast casserole in broth, now there is green globs in the broth

I put a normal chicken breast into some chicken stock to cook it and it came out with small green lumps and greeny water. Any explanation?
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Crispy chicken skin on the BBQ

I am on a mission to get CRISPY chicken skin on the BBQ. I don't mean to LOOK crispy. I mean to actually "crunch" when bitten into, if that's at all possible. I'm trying to do all the right steps. I ...
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Applying a wet rub/marinade after a dry rub for chicken?

I recently cooked some chicken with a dry "brine"/"rub" of Indian spices and salt to great results. It was crispy and moist. My question is: is it worth it to apply a wet marinade after a dry "brine"?...
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What is the wet batter

I was watching a youtube video where a restaurant was making fried chicken and they dipped the chicken in a wet batter that appeared to be the consistency of maybe crepe batter. It was obviously ...
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What is the secret to keeping breading on chicken when pan frying? [duplicate]

Sometimes the coating will stay on pretty well, other times it almost all falls off. What is the secret to keeping it on? Thank you!
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Finishing chicken thighs under broiler

Rather than pan-searing chicken thighs after sous vide cooking, is broiling in the oven an option to crisp the skin?
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Tough Chicken Skin [duplicate]

Just roasted a chicken, olive oiled the skin, applied chicken rub and placed the chicken in a preheated 350 degree grill. It came to temperature in about two hours. Skin was very tough! What does it ...
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How to not dry out precooked meat in a recipe

Certain types of meat like chicken breast seem to have such a short window of being done. Cooking too little can be unhealthy and cooking too much can dry it out. So it seems most cooks are very ...
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What is the quickest way to evenly slice chicken breasts for jerky?

I am using a dehydrator to make jerky from boneless skinless chicken breasts. Cutting these by hand is too time-consuming and produces uneven pieces which finish dehydrating at various times. What ...
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Leaving hot chicken on the counter [duplicate]

I accidentally placed my hot chicken on the counter for 1 hour and 15 minutes last night before placing it in Tupperware and storing it in the fridge for lunch today. Before people reference the FDA, ...
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Under ideal circumstances, how easily should raw chicken cut when using a sharp knife?

I've had two distinct textures while cutting raw chicken. Tender such that I barely even need to apply pressure with the knife Very tough and "chewy" feeling Does chicken come in all shapes and ...
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How to reuse badly cooked chicken

I marinated chicken breast cubes in teriyaki sauce for aboutt 1 hour. I then cooked it together with the sauce it was marinating with for about 15 min on medium heat. The result was gummy (probably ...
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Cooler down overnight product out of range [duplicate]

My cooler was fine at 10:00PM all product in range. Come in at 5:00AM and cooler is at 60degrees and I have uncooked chicken quarters, and cooked product at 54degrees. Am I screwed?
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Does anyone know what this dark red colored discharge is from this grilled chicken?

I'm grilling marinated chicken (I'm following a Tandoori chicken recipe which involved marinating the chicken in lemon, curd, Ginger, garlic and some other spices for 3 hours in the refrigerator). ...
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How do you remove the chicken smell from Tandoori chicken?

The last time I cooked the chicken, it had a strong chicken smell. I know that the chicken was not bad because I was fine after eating it. Also, I defrosted it for 24 hours and immediately cooked it. ...
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Are chicken gizzards celiac safe?

Wheat is frequently included in chicken feed. Partially-digested wheat, therefore, would likely be present in chickens' gizzards before butchering. However, the chicken gizzards seen for sale in ...
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When cooking Chicken Tandoori or Chicken Kababs, how do you make that crisp spicy layer thicker?

Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about: Look at this image. It's got a thick layer of spices on top of the chicken. Restaurants typically make such dishes with a thick, crispy, spicy layer ...
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Chicken Stock - Absorbed all water?

I atempted to make a chicken stock that I can keep in my fridge for a few days. After roasting a couple chicken breasts, carrot, onion, garlic, mushroom stems for 45 minutes I put all of that in a pan,...
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RED MUCK after boiling the chicken carcass for soup stock [closed]

I roasted a 6 lb. Perdue chicken for New Years Day. We ate the chicken, and thankfully no one got sick. However, when I boiled the carcass for stock, the water turned red with bright RED MUCK!! LOTS ...
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How long is it safe to defrost frozen vacuum packed chicken in cold water [duplicate]

Last night around 10:30pm, I put a frozen chicken thighs, vacuum packed in a pot of cold water to defrost. I intended to put the whole pot in the fridge before going up to bed. Unfortunately, I dozed ...
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Leaving raw chicken uncovered for a day

I sometimes leave some chicken unwrapped in the fridge inside the container, if I buy a two piece, and only want one. A girl who lives at my dorm told me it was a life threatening harm, to everybody’s ...
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Can poulet noir be prepared as standard chicken, or is there anything special to consider?

I got "poulet noir" or "black feathered chicken" for Christmas, but I couldn't find much information about it or how to prepare it. Is it safe to assume, that it can be prepared like any other ...
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Chicken and Dumplings soaked up all the broth

My dumplings soaked up all of the broth. What can I add to my chicken and dumplings without ruining the flavor?
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Can I saute in one pan and bake in another?

Usually I saute my chicken then put the pan in the oven to finish cooking. But I need to make more than my one oven safe pan will hold. Can I saute in a few pans and then transfer all the chicken into ...
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How to gauge chicken breast doneness on grill pan?

Ive been trying to nail cooking butterflied chicken breasts on my all clad grill pan. My first attempt, they turned out rubbery, and almost completely in-edible, despite cooking to 165 as read on my ...
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Can I use red wine instead of white wine for chicken scallops?

There's dry white wine used in chicken scallops , is it possible to substitute it with red wine ?
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Is is ok to use slightly sour curd for chicken marination?

The last time I used slightly sour commercial curd (it usually isn't sour and was well within the expiry date) for marinating chicken, an hour or so after cooking, there were little bubbles bubbling ...
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How to achieve a crispy skin when roasting a chicken?

I have an accurate electric oven, but when I attempt to roast a chicken, it always seems to come out more steamed than roasted. A lot of liquid seeps out during the cooking, could this be causing the ...
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Liquid exuded by frozen chicken breast: what's in it? [duplicate]

I have a wonderful Chicken Quesadilla recipe that involves cooked and shredded boneless/skinless chicken breast. I generally poach the whole breasts in a frying pan with chicken broth or a little ...
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Why do you need buttermilk to marinate chicken before frying?

Why do fried chicken recipes recommend marinating the chicken in buttermilk before frying? Is this absolutely necessary? If so, then How long should you marinate chicken in buttermilk before frying?
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Is the liquid I get after pressure cooking a whole chicken a “complete” stock?

Recently I've been buying whole chickens (~4-4.5 pounds) from the grocery store and pressure cooking them to great effect. It cooks fairly well, and I add about 1.5 cups of water to get it started. ...
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Is “parboiling” chicken stupid (or wasteful)?

I realize the question can be considered inflammatory - use the latter wording (wasteful) if it helps... When I learned (taught myself) to cook and first figured out that meat does indeed have a ...
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Why slow thawing is the best way to defrost a chicken flavor wise?

From Julia Child's "The Joy of French Cooking": The best method for defrosting frozen chicken, according to those in the business, is the slowest : leave it in its transparent wrapper and let ...
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Is there a good reason not to add crushed tomatoes to chicken soup?

Is there a good reason not to add crushed tomatoes to chicken soup? I am new at cooking soup, but I think tomatoes taste good and that's why I want to add them. But I've also had garlic bread just ...
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How much protein from the stock of one large chicken (2kg) carcass once legs, breasts and wings removed?

I can find details of how much protein per body of fluid (e.g. 1 US cup) but to be honest we probably all make stock to a different concentration, so that makes that metric useless. When I prepare a ...
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About chicken and osmosis

Why Heston Blumenthal says it needs to soak chicken before low-temperature baking in salty solution of water? I always thought that osmosis goes better if water would be unsalted, and meat would be ...
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Made a bland curry, it's cooled down and about to freeze it. Help!

I've just made a tasteless chicken and veg curry. I have put various spices in, but it's still bland. It's cooled down now and I was going to freeze it tonight as I've made it to take camping next ...
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Can I use chicken brine as a base to make a broth?

I just brined 2 chickens which I am about to roast. Once the roast dinner is over, I anticipate there will be some chicken and carcass left-overs which I will boil in a pot of water to make a broth, ...
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Protein in cooked vs. raw chicken breast filet

I'm a bit confused by the label on an uncooked versus a cooked chicken breast. Both mention 23g of protein per 100 g of product: If I cook the raw chicken myself, it loses a lot of water, so after ...
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Is cooked chicken brought to work but left unrefrigerated for 5 hours safe to eat? [duplicate]

I cooked chicken last night and stored it in the fridge right after. Today I brought in chicken in a glass container within my backpack and opened it 5 hours later. I put it in the microwave for 1 ...
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Adding raw chicken to a meal that is being reheated

So, a friend of mine told me they frequently add raw chicken to their (already cooked) leftovers when reheating (in a pan) to top them up. Though they stress that the chicken is completely cooked by ...
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Can I cook my tandoori chicken in the marinade for a sauce?

I'm cooking tandoori chicken and I was wondering if I can cook the chicken in the marinade to make a sauce. Marinade: 300ml Greek yogurt Ginger Garlic Masala seasoning Turmeric Cumin