How to Cook Chicken


How to Cook Chicken. Cook chicken and have a great meal for a good price. Chicken is quite low in fat and full of protein. Follow these tips to cook chicken in a variety of ways.

Things You'll Need

  • Oven, deep fryer or barbeque
  • Cooking sheet
  • Water or oil
  • Pan, frying pan or pot
  • Seasoning and spices
  • Stuffing
  • Vegetables
  • Noodles
  • Flour
  • Garlic
  • Cheese
  • Knife
  • Sauces
  • Rice
  • Roast a whole chicken in the oven with a bit of water in the pan. You can add seasoning to the skin or add stuffing inside the cavity of the bird. Once cooked, you can eat the whole chicken even the neck, heart and gizzard.

  • Boil chicken bones to make soup and stew. Remove the bones from the pot. Take off the meat and add the meat to the broth. Discard the bones. Add spices, noodles and a variety of vegetables to make chicken soup. Thicken the broth with flour to make a tasty stew. You can also buy a stewing chicken or use leftover chicken from a roast.

  • Stuff chicken breasts with garlic, cheese or stuffing. You can cut the breasts half way open, place the ingredients inside and close the breasts back up. Or you can stuff the ingredients under the skin. Cook in a frying pan or on a cooking sheet in the oven until cooked through.

  • Buy wings, drumsticks or thighs separately. Cook in barbeque sauce on a grill or in the oven until crispy.

  • Marinate boneless and skinless chicken breasts. Cook on a barbeque grill until no longer pink. You can also cook a whole chicken on a barbeque spit for a tender but crispy barbequed chicken.

  • Coat chicken pieces with a batter and deep fry the pieces in a pot with oil. You can also use deep fryer. Remove pieces and cool slightly. Add sweet and sour sauce and serve over rice.

  • Stir fry chicken pieces or breasts in oil or broth. Put chopped vegetables in the frying pan with the meat. Add sauces or curries to the mix and serve over rice or noodles.

Tips & Warnings

  • Wash your chicken before you use it.
  • You can buy chicken fresh or frozen.
  • Chicken must be well done all the way through so that it is not pink inside.

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