Can you cook two different meats in the same pan at the same time?
Answer It isn't a good idea because of bacteria. If I'm doing say a fresh prawn stir-fry and I want to add poultry into this or beef, I will do the poultry or beef first, wash out the pan and then quickly cook the prawns. Once the meat is cooked it can be put in with the veggies for the stir-fry.
You can, but I would not suggest it, because most meats need different temperatures and different times. If one meat is still cooking while the other is done, then that can be very unsanitary. But if they need the same temperature and the same time including same salt and enough pot space, then by all means.
How do you know at what temp and for how long to cook several dishes all requiring a different temperature?
There are some recipes which cannot be doubled and then just double the cooking time. For example, if baking a cake, some cake recipes require such precise amounts and baking times, that you can't just double the ingredients, then cook longer. But for things such as sauces, soups, stews, etc., those are usually fine to double. And then increase the cooking time as needed, because the larger the amount, the longer it takes for the…
Can you cook a frozen whole chicken and how much time do you allow when it is cooked from a frozen state?
If you are cooking a variety of different foods at the same time, it is safest to cook all foods to the highest internal temperature suggested out of all the foods. However, sometimes this can cause some foods to be overcooked. It would be better to cook the foods separately if their suggested temperatures for safe cooking varies.
If you have to cook 2 items in an oven and it is set to 450 and the other needs to cook at 400 how long do you keep the second item in the oven in you cook them together?
How you would thaw frozen food depends greatly on the type of food. For meats, the best way is to move the meat from the freezer to the refrigerator and allow it thaw there. You should calculate the time it will require to thaw and move it to the fridge to allow for that time before you need to cook it. You can also thaw frozen meats by placing it in cold water, changing the…
Need to cook potatoes at 325 for 1 hr and a ham for 2 hrs at 250 and need both at the same time how long do you cook them and at what temperature?
No problem. The potatoes will do just fine at 250 and should take about the same time as the ham to cook. Don't cut the potatoes into pieces too small: halves or quarters will be okay, depending on the size of the potatoes. Put them into the oven at the same time; the potatoes will benefit from the longer, slower cooking and should taste great.
well you can cook them together and usually once they are fully cooked they maintain the same texture so its not like one might be over cooked. in the event that the smaller one seems cooked or a little over done...dont worry...the longer they cook , the better they fall apart, melt in your mouth and have better flavor. if you wanted too you could also put the larger one in first, cook it a…
In relation to thawing I understand that if something is of unenven temperature the lower temperature will need a little more time to catch up. However why does the food store called Iceland sell meats that do not need to be thawed? And other meats of the same characteristics do not give this recommendation? Do they have chemicals in the meats or something that percipitate an even heat?
Horse-meat is a very lean meat. Fattier meats, like beef, can be cooked for longer periods of time because the fats penetrate the meet during the cooking process and add more moisture. In the case of lean meats, overcooking can result in a coarser, more leathery and chewy texture. If you order horse-meat cooked at medium-rare, it should have a similar consistency (but different flavor) than beef cooked at medium rare. If you cook horse-meet…