Saturday, January 26, 2019

Can You Cook a Whole Chicken?

A Whole chicken, credit to Perdue

I mean, can we roast and then get the whole chicken cooked that ready to eat? It is tricky. Many people, include me get chicken meat and thigh be dark and burned after several minutes in the oven. Here some tips might be useful:

First, the whole chicken soaked in salt water for several hours, usually 1 to 2 hours. Dry the chicken in refrigerator for 12 hours or overnight. It is believed to make skin be crispy and crunchy. Oiling or buttering the chicken. Seasoning at least with basic aromatic such as garlic, onion and lemon.

Second, many suggested that roast the chicken with high temperature let’s say 475 F for 30 minutes. Lower the temperature to 300 F for around 20 minutes. Take the chicken out, the measure the internal temperature with thermometer, if 168 F means chicken meat is cooked.

Why not we try it?


30 comments:

  1. That bird is perfectly roasted :-) Now I am HUNGRY for some!

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  2. Thanks for the tip, we are going to try it.

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  3. All I want is for the chicken to be done! I used to bake whole chickens, but they did not turn out this pretty. But on the other hand, every bite would be eaten so it was good.

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      First, the whole chicken soaked in salt water for several hours, usually 1 to 2 hours. Dry the chicken in refrigerator for 12 hours or overnight. It is believed to make skin be crispy and crunchy. Oiling or buttering the chicken. Seasoning at least with basic aromatic such as garlic, onion and lemon.

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  4. I love roast chicken. I am going to try out with your tips.

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      Second, many suggested that roast the chicken with high temperature let’s say 475 F for 30 minutes. Lower the temperature to 300 F for around 20 minutes. Take the chicken out, the measure the internal temperature with thermometer, if 168 F means chicken meat is cooked.

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      First, the whole chicken soaked in salt water for several hours, usually 1 to 2 hours. Dry the chicken in refrigerator for 12 hours or overnight. It is believed to make skin be crispy and crunchy. Oiling or buttering the chicken. Seasoning at least with basic aromatic such as garlic, onion and lemon.

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  6. Sounds delicious, thanks for sharing!
    Kisses, Paola.

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      Second, many suggested that roast the chicken with high temperature let’s say 475 F for 30 minutes. Lower the temperature to 300 F for around 20 minutes. Take the chicken out, the measure the internal temperature with thermometer, if 168 F means chicken meat is cooked.

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  7. I soak my turkeys in salt water but haven't tried a chicken. Since the turkey is for the whole family on special occasion I usually roast a large one but I since i only cook for two now, a chicken is too big,
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  8. Thanks for visiting my blog. Come back anytime. My mother cooked whole chickens when I was young. I haven't cooked one in many years.... We usually just get the boneless, skinless beasts --since that it what we enjoy....

    Thanks again,
    Betsy

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      A Whole chicken, credit to Perdue

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      I mean, can we roast and then get the whole chicken cooked that ready to eat? It is tricky. Many people, include me get chicken meat and thigh be dark and burned after several minutes in the oven. Here some tips might be useful:

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  10. I love chicken. Sometimes we use a slow cooker and that works quite well.

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      Second, many suggested that roast the chicken with high temperature let’s say 475 F for 30 minutes.

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      First, the whole chicken soaked in salt water for several hours, usually 1 to 2 hours. Dry the chicken in refrigerator for 12 hours or overnight. It is believed to make skin be crispy and crunchy. Oiling or buttering the chicken. Seasoning at least with basic aromatic such as garlic, onion and lemon.

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