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How To Use Chicken In Your Dinner?

Chicken is one of the most popular meats all around the globe. It's not only inexpensive but is quick to prepare, low in fat and delicious too. Being one of the most common ingredients for everybody’s dinner, one can choose whole chickens, boneless, skinless chicken breasts, chicken drumsticks, or dark meat chicken, for enjoying the dinner. Following these tips, you can easily make and enjoy your dinner with chicken, in no time:

  • Fresh poultry is a perishable food. Never leave it out in the open air. Instead, wrap it in plastic as soon as you get it home from the store and always store it in the coldest part of your refrigerator. Use it within two days; if not possible, keep it in a freezer bag and freeze for up to three months. Freeze the giblets and livers separately from the whole bird.
  • Cooked poultry dishes can be frozen, but never freeze poultry dishes that contain mayonnaise or hard-boiled eggs.
  • Allow small poultry dishes to cool completely before wrapping and freezing them. Allow larger items to cool in the refrigerator and then wrap airtight and freeze.
  • Never freeze stuffed poultry.
  • Always wash your hands, knife, and cutting board in hot soapy water after preparing raw poultry.
  • Never use the same utensils and cutting board for other ingredients without thoroughly washing them first and after use. This prevents cross contamination.
  • Marinate the poultry in the refrigerator. Never leave it out in the open.
  • Do not use the poultry marinade for basting.
  • If the marinade is to be used for the basis of a sauce, bring it to a boil for 2 minutes.
  • Avoid placing the cooked poultry on the same plate that was used to transport raw poultry, in order to prevent cross contamination.
 
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