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       Volume I - November 29, 2008

Safe Chicken Temperature

How long does raw chicken have to be cooked after coming out of the freezer?

Thanks,

Joe



Raw chicken needs to be cooked until the internal temperature reaches 180F.; a chicken breast is considered done at when its internal temperature reaches 165F.

As cooking methods (baking, stewing, braising, slow-cooking, grilling, roasting, etc.) vary, no definite time can be given. The best thing is to check doneness with a meat or cooking thermometer.

With no thermometer, you'd look for clear juices running from the flesh (not pink or red), when the chicken is poked. This method isn't necessarily recommended as it causes a loss of moistening juices.

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Desi









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