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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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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 pound chicken breasts without a meat tenderizer?

I do not have a meat tenderizor. I want to fry my chicken breasts but need to pound out the meat. What can I use instead?
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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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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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Best way to Store and Rewarm Fried Chicken

I'm looking for a good way to store fried chicken, as well as a good way to warm it up without it becoming soggy. I often have to cook a day or 2 in advance and the chicken loses its crunchy crust. ...
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Dry chicken breast in slow cooker

I like to use the slow cooker during the week. I usually leave at about 6am, and don't sit down and eat until around 6pm. I have a crock pot with a timer mechanism that automatically turns to warm ...
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When is black burned?

Obviously once it taste burned, its burned... (yet nothing you can do anymore) I love to cook, and I cook for years. But im always shy to "hear" the pan, because I'm afraid I will burn the food. I ...
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Steamed chicken soup [closed]

I just made some steamed chicken breasts in a multicooker. Naturally, I still have water used for steaming in the bowl. It smells like and even looks like chicken soup. I'm not sure if it's good to ...
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Can a combination of Grilling and Baking be used for Chicken?

I was wondering If 1st Grilling the chicken to chrisp up the outer surface and then baking it to get is cooked all over and retain the Moistness will work . Can this give me a Moist and Chrispy ...
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Why is my fried chicken batter soggy underneath?

I dipped the chicken breasts in buttermilk, then a mixture of flour and potato starch, before frying at 390F for 3 mins. The chicken breasts were sous vide beforehand so the deep-frying step was just ...
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how to cook boneless chicken breasts for curry?

I am trying to make chicken curry my way. I have already prepared curry and now I want to add cooked pieces of chicken into it (cooked separately). I assume the chicken needs to be cooked separately, ...
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Is it possible to season chicken breast with BBQ sauce before baking it in the oven?

I always put BBQ sauce on my chicken after it is done baking, but I was wondering if I can do the same while seasoning it to save time?
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Spices become wet and clumpy once I start cooking

Lately, whenever I've been cooking food like chicken breasts or hamburgers, after I'm done seasoning them and set them on the pan, once I flip the food over I notice the seasoning gets really wet and ...
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What's this white strip on the top side of my boneless skinless chicken breast?

I am aware that there is a tendon which connects a chicken breast to it's tenderloin...what I"m curious about is the other white strip on the top of my boneless skinless chicken breasts as shown in ...
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Is there a difference between chicken broth made with breast vs. leg meat and why?

Subjectively, I have often heard people's opinion that there's a marked difference between a broth made with chicken breast meat vs. one made with chicken leg meat (assuming all other things in the ...
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Store bought Frozen Chicken Breast inc added water

I bought the above and the package says 'oven cook from frozen, if allowed to defrost reduce cooking time accordingly'. If allowed to defrost safely, can I shallow fry it in a wok, or HAS it got to ...
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How much Salt to Boil Chicken Breast

Well you heard right how much salt,! I am a complete noob when it comes to cooking and I have never cooked before. I need to regain my muscle so i desire some boiled chicken. I want to know how much ...
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How do I properly cut a chicken breast into strips or chunks?

I often cut fresh chicken breasts into strips for stir-fry or similar uses. What type of knife should I use and how should I cut it? I'm not trying to debone as I buy boneless cuts already. I'm most ...
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Texture problem with marinated chicken

I made a simple chicken marinade from a Nigel Slater recipe the other day: some olive oil, maple syrup, soy sauce, chilli flakes. I marinaded it (1 piece of boneless chicken breast) overnight. When I ...
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Smoking chicken breasts with and without skin

UGH! I'm so stressed. I Have a new electric smoker and I Have listened to every Tom, Dick and Harry for "The best way" to smoke chicken breasts, yet I have served DRY meat for dinner! What I'm ...
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Cooking chicken breasts in Buffalo sauce, cast iron

I really like to cook chicken in my cast iron skillet and I cook it down with butter and Texas Pete Sauce (my mother does the same, but in Teflon). My issue is that it takes about 20 minutes to cook ...
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Could chicken meat ever be safe when pink? [duplicate]

I have cooked chicken breasts today and they read 83c (safe is 73c) with a ThermoWorks Thermopop (best company in the industry). When I sliced them they had small pink strips on the inside. What does ...
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Slow cooking chicken breast

How much chicken stock should be used when slow cooking 3 boneless,skinless chicken breast? I used a 8 ounce can of chicken stock,and no water.
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Whenever I put breadcrumbs on chicken breast, they turn out soggy and moist

Whenever I make chicken strips with bread crumbs it comes out rather moist and soggy and not crisp and crunchy. I cut the boneless skinless chicken breast into strips, mix them with some egg and oil, ...
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How to use a pressure cooker for frozen chicken?

I would like to cook frozen chicken breasts in a pressure cooker for shredding and making chicken mole. I do not want to add anything except water, but I'm having a hard time finding specific ...
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Lots of water coming out of chicken breasts when cooking in pan. Why?

When I cook chicken breasts in a pan, a lot of water comes out of them. I've seen this answer: My chicken breasts release a lot of fluid when cooked. How do I prevent this? where some people suggest ...
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What is the best way to cook chicken for enchiladas?

I'm new to cooking and I'm cooking chicken enchiladas and obviously I want to shred the chicken. Most recipes say to use a slow cooker, but some say boil. Why would one be better than the other? I ...
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5 Day marinated chicken breast [duplicate]

Bought chicken breast on Sunday and put in marinade. It is now Thursday. Chicken has turned a bit white . . . is it safe to cook and eat at 5 days in marinade?
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Pan frying store baught chicken breast with added glaze/broth solution [duplicate]

When buying store bought chicken such as the one shown in the link below, a lot of times it comes with rib meat and glaze/solution to 'add flavor' etc. When defrosting the chicken breast and beginning ...
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My chicken breasts release a lot of fluid when cooked. How do I prevent this?

I notice when cooking chicken breast in a pan, or in the oven, the chicken releases a lot of fluid, watering down the flavour. This happens with fresh chicken as well as frozen (de-frosted) chicken. ...
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Am I able to put uncooked chicken back in my fridge for a day? [duplicate]

I just took my chicken breast out of the packet and cut it up to make schnitzel then realised I had no oil. Is it safe to put it back in my fridge for a day?
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New to cooking - how long to cook chicken breast pieces in a wok? [duplicate]

just wondering, how long should I cook chicken breast pieces in a wok over medium heat for? They're around 1cm thick chicken breast pieces. I tried cooking them today and although they looked white, ...
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How do you fry chicken, so that oil doesn't explode on your shirt?

I love chicken, and I love to fry it. The problem is that the hot oil explodes, and it gets on my clothes. I already have a cover for my pan. The problem is that I need to turn chicken upside down ...
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Lightly defrost chicken in microwave to separate them

I had two pieces of chicken breast in a tupperware container in my freezer. I wanted to separate them and put one in the fridge below, so I put it in the microwave on defrost (fairly weak machine, and ...
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Ingredients injected into chicken breast

What is in the broth injected into the Heritage Farms boneless skinless chicken breast I feed my dogs. Dogs can't eat onions or garlic.
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Boiling Chicken Breast (or any meat) before cooking to cook evenly

Good day. I've had another disagreement with my mother on how to cook Chicken Breast. I know it seems like a small topic and it is situational, but do consider it. The scenario is this, let's say you ...
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Should I fry the chicken first or should I pressure cook it first?

I fried the chicken breast in the oil till its surface was brown and then I pressure cooked it. The result was hard chicken. I found it quite difficult to chew. What should I do next time to make it ...
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Confirming Fried Chicken is completely cooked

I'm currently involved in a food startup and we're refining our process for product quality. We fry Bone-In breasts, Dark quarters, Wings and Boneless breasts. The challenge I'm currently facing is ...
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Max Temp for Fried Chicken

I'm currently working for a fried chicken pop up restaurant and we're trying to lock down our process to ensure chicken is fully cooked but comes out fast, crunchy, and juicy. So far I've just been ...
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How would I quickly defrost chicken if it's going to be cooked in a crock pot?

I've read that it is O.K. to defrost chicken via the microwave or in a sink of cold water, but only if you're planning to cook the chicken right away. (How to quickly and safely defrost chicken?) I'm ...
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Can I leave boneless chicken breast flat in freezer overnight?

I buy refrigerated chicken breasts and cut them into smaller pieces, lay flat on a cake pan and freeze overnight, then separate them and put into individual bags in the morning. Does this cause other ...
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heat chicken breast in a pan with no oil - ok for the pan?

I have heard of putting chicken breasts in a pan and heating them No oil. To get past any terminology issue, i've included a picture. Just imagine a chicken breast or pieces of chicken breast in the ...
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Pre-pounding chicken

I usually buy chicken about 1.2 kilograms at a time. I eat half of that in a day. I store the rest in the refrigerator. The usual recipe is breaded chicken and as such, requires pounding the chicken. ...
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Chicken breast sous vide: Time in fridge matters?

I have kept a chicken breast, packed in plastic (possibly in a near-vacuum environment) in my fridge for more than a week. The best-before-date is tomorrow. I am considering cooking this breast sous ...
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How to scale chicken recipe that requires cooking in a single layer?

There's one adapted recipe I like a lot, but I've been struggling with how to make it scale better so I can double the recipe to make more leftovers/feed more people. The basic technique is to cook ...
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How can I cook chicken breast like Nando's?

I want to make chicken butterfly breast similar to Nando's but plain. I read this question which gave me a good insight. I have no grill so only a gas oven/halogen oven and a frying pan. Am I able to ...
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Flattened chicken breast returns to original size when frying

I like to fry chicken breast whole -- I always flatten the meat with a meat hammer first, to make it an even thickness throughout. A few minutes into frying, the meat returns to almost the identical ...
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What is the percentage by weight of meat in a split chicken breast?

We are planning on canning chicken breast and wondered what percentage of raw bone-in "split chicken breast" is meat (versus non-meat like bone and skin)?
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Why do US chicken taste “gamey”/rancid in no time despite proper storage?

I am a new member. We are relatively new to the US, moved here 8 years ago. I've purchased the chicken brands Foster Farms, Costco/Kirkland, Save Mart, Safeway, and more, but no matter the label, it ...