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Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids

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2008/05/17 17:19:15 (permalink)
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Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids

Okay I know I should not be feeding them this rubbish but I have worries if I do not cook them enough. What would happen if they were not cooked properly. I have just tasted one of each and they have burnt my tongue. I just worrie that one of them might not be cooked enough.

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    RE: Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids 2008/05/17 17:22:08 (permalink)
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    worse case scenario food poisoning.
    break them open and you will see if they are cooked or not. they should be a nice whitish colour, if they are pink inside they are not cooked and you should complain.
    they are tested with a thermometer every batch.
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    RE: Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids 2008/05/17 17:24:48 (permalink)
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    Thanks mate. We want to tuck in but are waiting for some replys

    cheers

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    RE: Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids 2008/05/17 17:38:34 (permalink)
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    mate just break them open, they are cooked in batches, if they were piping hot when you got them they should be fine.
    unfortunatly i worked for said establishment for quite a while and i was a master chicken cook... got my star and everything :P hahaha
    break one open, if its pink and rubbery its not cooked, if its an even whitish colour its cooked.
    checkin gets checked a lot in mcdonalds to make sure its hot enough.
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    RE: Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids 2008/05/17 17:43:40 (permalink)
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    Thanks for that. We have just polished them off. I think they would have spitted them back out if they were not cooked.

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    RE: Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids 2008/05/17 18:27:21 (permalink)
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    no worries.
    i must admit im partial to a box of 20 and a strawberry shake every now and then
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    RE: Chicken nuggets and dippers for kids 2008/05/17 18:52:45 (permalink)
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    from freezer to oven.. i doubt you have much to worry about if slightly undercooked or even if uncooked...

    if it had thawed and then refrozen I might be a tad worried about possible bellyache..

    leaving chicken out at room temp (especially in summer) for a day or so is the big no no and most likely to end up with doc visit...
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