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Cooking Times and Temperatures

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Cooking times and temperatures vary greatly whether you are grilling, baking, roasting, frying, or broiling. Some meats require reaching a certain internal temperature to be considered safe to eat, while others can be eaten at various temperatures.
I cook my turkey's stuffed. I start by searing it for 15 minutes in a 450 oven, then baste w/ butter and tent w/ foil. The searing helps to seal in juices. Cook at 350 about 17 minutes per pound. I just leave it until the last hour or so, then un-tent, baste, and check the temp with a meat...
Roast the chicken in the oven for 15 minutes. Reduce the  temperature to 375°F and continue roasting until the juices run  clear and a thermometer inserted into the inner thigh (but not  touching the bone) registers 165°F, about 50 minutes to 1  hour more.
It should take around 28 hours. You are cooking a very large roast if it is indeed 14 lb. you must be feeding a large hungry family. For every 4 lb it takes 8 hours. There are 3.5 4lb in a 14 lb roast so 3.5 times 8 = 28
The oil should be about 350°F to 375°F
Chef have to know alot of stuff so there alot of basic food/I'm pretty sure
on the grill 2:45 at 350 
I believe yes because each peanut has potential energy and 4 peanuts have more potential energy than just one.
Around 2-4 minutes if the casserole was refrigerated and 6-8  minutes if it was frozen (about).
1.25 hrs at 325 degrees
Cooking a steak well done would entirely depend on the size and  thickness of the steak. The rule of thumb is that steaks must be  about 2cm in thickness to accurately cook along with the time in  order to achieve the right "doneness". A 2cm thick steak can be  cooked well done in 5-6 minutes.
About two minutes and thirty seconds in a 700 watt microwave.
If it is an average sized 8 or 9 inch pie, then I would have to say  to bake it at 350 degrees for about 40-55 minutes.
Boiling the ham will mean that it has already been cooked,  therefore we don't need to worry about under-cooking at this point.  Normally, you would bake a ham between 20 - 40 minutes, depending  on the glaze you have added, and how deep a colour you would like.
You should cook it in the oven at 350 for 2 hours in some kind of liquid (broth is the most common).
According to the FDA, 22-26 minutes per pound for a full bone-in  ham and 24-28 minutes per pound for a boneless.
It will depend on how well done you want you meat cooked. My wife  likes it so well done that it can stay in the oven for hours and  she is fine with it. I like mine rare so in our case its best to  eat out. You best bet is to get a meat thermometer and base your  time on temperature rather than...
"It is necessary, that pork is cooked to an internal temperature of 176°F (77°C) for fresh loin roasts, and to 185°F (85°C) for other large fresh cuts. Cured and smoked products should reach an internal temperature of 160°F to 170°F (72°C to 85°C)"CutThickness/WeightFinal Internal...
it doesn't take any time because steam broccoli is already cooked.
If they are not homemade pork hot dogs and are store bought, then they have already been smoked to temperature so all you have to do is grill them till they are firm in the middle and you get the great grill markings on them. With homemade hot dogs you have to cook them until they reach an internal...
325 degree F is the temperature used to cook a leg of lamb.
Generally, Hamburgers are cooked in a temperature of 160 degrees  fahrenheit.
You have to deep fry frozen pierogies at 350 degrees in oil.
20 minutes per pound usually. The temp needs to be between 170 and 180 taken at the thickest part of the thigh without touching the bone.
1.0g of carbohydrates are present in cooked ham.
  I think 40mins per pound
If you have a gas stove, over the open flame. Or, under the broiler  in the oven. You want the outside of the peppers to turn black.  When completely black on the outside, place the peppers in a paper  bag. The steam from the heat will help loosen the skin. Once cool,  remove the blackened skin...
Most people consider it a comfort or junk food. You can make macaroni and cheese healthy by using low-fat cheese and whole grain macaroni, and add vegetables to it!mac n cheese is only heathy if you buy a healthy brand or you make it yourself. for example, stoufers is not a healthy mac and cheese...
no bone, 20 min. with bone, 40
2 hours 25 minutes, at 350 degrees. Don't forget to baste the bird,every forty minutes.
Boil the water until it actually boils, it should leave any substances dissolved in it behind when it enters a vaporous form. Allow it to condense into a separate container, and you have purified water.
until the water starts to bubble
1).Preheat the oven to 350f and arrange opened cooking bag in 13,9inch baking pan or dish and trim excess fat from the pork chops andsprinkle seasoning mix evenly on both sides of each pork chop 2)Pour water over pork chops and then close the bag loosely withnylon tie 3)Bake in lower half of the...
It is permissible to hold hot food without temperature controls for up to four hours if the following conditions are met:Food must be held at 135 degrees Fahrenheit or higher before the food is removed from the temperature control.Label the food upon receipt with the time it must be discarded. The...
I just baked a potato at 200F-250F in my solar oven for about 3-4 hrs. Had it wrapped in foil. It was PERFECT! Super soft and moist....
Bake 15 min at 425 degrees. Then reduce the temperature to 350  degrees and continue baking for 35-40 minutes
the foreman grill is 1 temp. just let them cook split open 5-6 mins
Untill the outside is crispy and the inside is soft and not raw.
Turkey ham is fully cooked. It just needs to be heated to an internal temp of about 145 degrees. Try roasting in a 350 degree oven. Or you many eat cold if desired.
3 mins "at 145 F." The more pork, the longer it will take the full mass to reach 145 F. The clock doesn't start running until all of the pork reaches 145 F. Only once that happens can you then begin the 3 minute count.
usually between 400-435 f for anywhere from 10-25 mins. it's done when the cheese in the middle has melted
i think yous hould bake in a oven 350
until you get a temp at the gone of at least 170
Bake at 425 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. It depends on your cooking utensil, whether the grill, oven or fry pan. The faster is cooks, the less soggy it can get in the batter/butter, etc.I do both grill and pan. Grill I put it in a foil pan. For both---1 TB...
When in doubt, 350 degrees is a typical temperature.
The best way to prepare a turkey for baking is to first of all,  remove all the giblets, including the neck. Many a new cook has  cooked their first turkey with the giblets inside and that really  fouls the bird. Then, brine it. To brine a turkey, you need a large  enough pot to hold the bird so...
48 hrs.    No - not 48 hours. Most grits are readily available in a "quick grits" format. It depends on what your taste is. Experiment with water to grits ratio for thickness. Usually about 5 to 8 minutes on a high boil. The do splatter like crazy so use a screen or lid while cooking...
Set the oven to an average temperature at which your various dishes will cook effectively and regulate the time they spend in the oven by putting slowest-cooking dishes into the oven first, followed by dishes which cook more quickly, at appropriate time intervals. This is exactly the same principle...
I cook most meats at 350F(190C) for 20-30 minutes per pound. Always test it with a meat thermometer to be sure it's cooked through.
At 350oF, you should roast a whole (thawed)chicken for  20 minutes per pound, plus 15 more minutes. If stuffed, cook the  chicken for an additional 15 minutes.    So for a 4.5 lb stuffed chicken, you should cook it for 2 hours.
I usually leave it in until it's done.
If it is a medium sized pastry it should be blind baked for 15mins at 200 degrees but if it is pastry with sugar o the temperature for less hope this is helpful even though its not alot :)
250 degrees for 15 min if your using a steam method.. 320 for 2 hours if your using a dry method like an oven.
From watching my uncle ( if i remember ) i see him on the grill for about 10 to 15 minutes with it. But, to bake I'm not sure. Probably longer.
You don't need to cook any bone for a dog. You should always give them the bone raw. A raw bone is soft, a cooked bone is dry and brittle, it can splinter and damage the dog from the inside. Just to clarify, NEVER give a dog a cooked bone! Always raw!
\n. \nCook at 350F (176C) for 35-45 min. depending on size
This is a tricky question. Really depends how one prepares the fowl; but what cooks at home need to know, is internal temp of at least 165'. If it's a whole chick, check temp in the thick area of the leg-quater. i my self fry chix at 325', slow and low, doesn't dry the meat out, more moist too..
Short answer, no. You can however smash out some degrees action by holding your ALT key and pressing zero, one, seven, and six. Then, when you release the ALT key, the degrees symbol will appear. This wont work with all fonts. Awesome. :D
Raw meat and poultry products should be maintained at 41 deg F or below to greatly reduce the growth rate of any pathogenic bacteria
Not very long I'm afraid. I wouldn't leave it for more then an hour.
I normally back my lasagna for about an hour at 350 to 425
15 - 30min in a pressure cookerIf you are roasting a chicken in a 400 degree oven, you'll probably need to cook it for close to an hour depending on how large the chicken is. At the one hour mark, check the temperature to see that it's 160 or higher in the breast and the thigh.
Ideally a domestic freezer should be a minimum of -18 centigrade.
No. The recommended maximum is 2 hours at room temp. Your health is not worth it.
It depends if the ham is fresh or pre-cooked. (See the two Related Questions below. Each has the relevant USDA chart.)   == ==
2 hrs or till 140 degrees inside
30-31 minutesStart at 375Maintain at no less than 350
if it's uncooked, 25 min per pound or until the center temp is 160F
When you cook a 1 kg pre-cooked ham, you are just warming it. It  would take about 30 minutes to warm this size ham. Put it in a pan,  with a small amount of water in the bottom, cover it and place it  in the oven.
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i say cook@ 400 for ten minutes then turn down to 325 and cook until internal temp is 165 -170 degrees.
Coconut oil has a smoke point of about 350 degrees F (171 C), whichmeans it is not suitable for high temperature cooking.
Yes, slow broiling, or roasting, can turn even a blade roast tender. Different foods react differently to slow techniques.
I usually go about 20 minutes. Just cut it open and make sure it's white all the way through.
You can get salmonela or other extremely excruciating illnesses. Your stomach fells like someone is stabbing you.
To cook a beef joint so it is pink in the middle you need to allow  20 minutes for each pound. If the meat is attached to a bone you  will need an additional 20 minutes.
Beef depending on the cut and type of dish or length of cooking time can be cooked at any temperature between 250F(120C) [slow roasting] and 600F(316C) for high broil or flame grilled beef. Ground and chopped beef should always be cooked to 165F(75C) to kill potential pathogens. Roasts and steaks...
When cooking a 2lb roast, it can be cooked for 3-4 hours on the low  setting. A 2lb roast can also be cooked on high for 7-8 hours.
350 till white inside, usually takes like 45 mins depending on oven u use :) remember to check them and flip half way
thirty four minutes and eleven seconds. be careful, you have to be extremely precise with the timings, because if you leave it over thirty four minutes and twenty three seconds, the cocoa butter becomes toxic. Any less than thirty four minutes and four seconds and the E numbers are still active....
"if its whole it will take a real long time in slow cooker, id say all day and all night. Depending on your cooker. Mine would take that long on high." and I'm guessing...just assuming...you're not too good of a cook, eh?