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2018/01/18 11:23:06 (permalink)
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Storing cooked chicken

I boil chicken breasts fillets (10-15 minutes) in a pot when ever i want one. Can i batch cook them (boil in pot) then store them in the freezer ?
If so, can i just take them out of the freezer when i want one and warm up in the microwave for a few minutes ?
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    H0M3R_j4y
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/01/18 13:13:37 (permalink)
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    Yes. Although it would be better to defrost them before reheating. Defrost overnight in the fridge in a plastic tub.
     
    Also, why boil? Oven is loads better and they taste nicer with any seasoning you want.

     
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/01/21 05:21:01 (permalink)
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    Yes. Although it would be better to defrost them before reheating. Defrost overnight in the fridge in a plastic tub.
     
    Also, why boil? Oven is loads better and they taste nicer with any seasoning you want.




     
    Sorry i meant steamed in a pot
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/01/21 05:25:55 (permalink)
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    Apparently its meant to preserve the nutrients ?
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/01/21 08:15:59 (permalink)
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    yes
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/01/21 09:17:03 (permalink)
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    H0M3R_j4y
     
    Also, why boil? Oven is loads better and they taste nicer with any seasoning you want.




     
    Fry is best.
    Fry until internal hits 75c. Then chill. Keeps more moisture in so the breast stays succulent.
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/01/21 09:18:21 (permalink)
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    vim1471
    Apparently its meant to preserve the nutrients ?


    I would not worry to much about that as if you are eating lots of chicken breast, you will be getting plenty of nutrients.
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    Re: Storing cooked chicken 2018/08/18 10:09:59 (permalink)
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    if you freeze cooked meat, then thaw it in the fridge ... and then give it another thermal treatment
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