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An Old New Member.

Post  kensim on 16.12.11 12:02

Old? Well I'm an Octogenarian.
New? To Cooking anything, with anything.

The need for some guidance has arisen due to my Wife having surgery, etc., for the Darned "C". And requiring lots of TLC.

I bought a small Visicook Halogen Cooker locally for a great discount, and have been very surprised and pleased with my ham fisted results to date.

So now, as and when time permits, I hope to glean some useful tips from the experienced users on here.

My first query, which maybe I should post separately, I want to cook a couple of prepared Chicken Breasts, and wish to know approx. time and temp, and maybe any simple extra tips for same.

At present I have no extra equipment for the Cooker, just what was in the box!

Many thanks in advance for any advice given.

KS.

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Post  junie on 16.12.11 16:33

Welcome kensim

I'm sure your wife is grateful for your tlc and I wish you both well.

You don't say what weight your chicken breasts are and if they are boneless and skinless. If they are prepared ones simply follow the fan oven instruction times, reduce the temperature by 20C and you won't be far away. Use a baking tray on the top rack if you have an extender ring - if not use the bottom rack. If the breasts are large or with boes then it may help to turn them halfway through.
It is important to check that the chicken is thoroughly cooked through before serving - the juices should run clear and not pink.

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Post  kensim on 18.12.11 22:48

Thanks June. But had cooked them before seeing your reply, and did not reduce the Temp as suggested, the result was edible but rather dry with the outside surface tough. So next time reduce the Temp seems appropriate.

Thank You.

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Post  junie on 19.12.11 9:17

you\'re welcome

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