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

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The reason a chicken will come out of a roasting with rubbery skin is because of the moisture of the skin/chicken. The key is to managing the moisture before placing it in the oven. Too much (or … any) moisture will steam the chicken instead of roasting it. I have a recipe that I follow for oven roasted chicken which never fails to yield crispy skin. First, remove the giblets and rinse the …
answered Nov 13 '18 by Jason P Sallinger
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the skin and other non-meat bearing flesh keeps the chicken moist. If your approach is to roast these many chicken breasts without any oil, fat, shortening, etc., it will dry them out, especially if … you are not covering them. Another approach is a way that I sometimes cook chicken breasts in the oven. It involves covering them with a spread consisting of mayonnaise and fresh basil, then …
answered Sep 27 '15 by Jason P Sallinger
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with chicken broth and one with water - settled it for me. The batch with chicken broth had none of the pleasant flavors associated with jasmine rice. Instead, all I could taste was chicken flavor …
answered Oct 24 '14 by Jason P Sallinger