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After preparing the chicken by removing the white skin and red blood vessels, you simmer the whole chicken breasts for approximatly 20-30 minutes. then on removing the chicken you cut it into whatever form you want and check cooked, if not boil for a further 10 minutes


Chicken breasts should be cooked in an oven at 200 degrees Celsius for around 20 minutes. To check that the chicken is cooked, place a skewer or knife into the chicken and press gently. The liquid which comes out of the chicken should be clear if it is cooked.


chicken breasts should NEVER be boiled, it should be roasted or fried.


You do not boil frozen chicken, as you risk the chance of it not cooking thoroughly. Allow the chicken to defrost in the microwave, and then boil 1-3 hours on low heat.


dont do it from frozen. let them completely thaw out in the fridge 1st


Between 20-25 minutes at 375 Fahrenheit. Internal chicken temp should be 165 or above to ensure the breasts are thoroughly cooked.


You can boil a chicken for about one hour.


it needs time according to the size, fat content, aleast it will take about 16 minutes.


While steaks (beef) can be served rare, chicken must be cooked thoroughly to avoid food borne illness. And for that reason, chicken breasts must be cooked until the juices run clear when pierced with a fork or knife. To bake 3 boneless chicken breasts (bone in will take a bit longer), bake them for about 45 minutes at about 350 degrees Fahrenheit.


* I don't boil chicken if I am grilling it.


It takes 45 min. To boil chicken livers


how long can u keep cooked chicken drumsticks in the fridge


Approximately 22-26 minutes, or until the internal temperature reaches 74C


You should boil a chicken an hour to an hour and a half in a mild boil. Do not boil it in a hard, rolling boil. it should be tender and allow it to cool off before handling.


about 30 to 40 min that'll do it


The only way to be sure chicken is fully cooked is to take it's core temperature with a meat thermometer. The cooking time of anything can change because of a plethora of variables. Get a really good thermometer and a list of rare, medium, well done, temps for all the meats you cook and make sure you thoroughly cook chicken,,,and red meat for children.


Cooked chicken should be good stored in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days.


as long as the chicken is uncooked you can. after it is cooked you cannot.


You should cook chicken tenders until they reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees. Another way to tell that they are thoroughly cooked is to cut them and see that they are white all the way through.


How long it takes to boil diced chicken pieces will depend on the quantity and size of the diced chicken. The typical cooking time would be an hour over a medium heat for a pound of diced chicken.


you shouldn't boil frozen chicken. thaw at room temperature or defrost in a microwave before cooking ****Nonsense.**** Of course you can boil chicken from frozen without defrosting it first. Just make sure it is cooked all the way through. ****Double nonsense**** If you defrost first, you should defrost in the fridge or under running cold water. Don't defrost at room temperature. ***No nonsense*** Thawed chicken breasts take roughly 15-20 minutes to get to 165 F internal temp. If frozen add about another 10 minutes or so. If you have a meat thermometer, just check that they are 165+. It's also best to do it with a slow boil instead of a raging boil (for texture/flavor)


As long as the chicken was thoroughly cooked and reached the appropriate temperature in all parts of the chicken, it should be safe to eat.


A 4 pound chicken takes about an hour to boil, so a larger chicken would take longer as a guess about an hour and a half.


Cooked chicken should be good for 3 to 4 days refrigerated.


you can keep it for a week but not too long.



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