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Old 11-17-2018, 04:02 PM   #11
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Chicken soup might be a good starter chicken. Poach a breast in broth, cut into small chunks, simmer with whatever vegetables you like, like chopped onion, carrot, celery in storebought chicken broth. Many variations, but that's a basic start.
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Old 11-17-2018, 04:08 PM   #12
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As with most US products, they are probably not available in the UK.
Here's a pic of Dixie Fry mix. You may have to order it online. I tried McCormicks seasoned mix for fried chicken. It was very bland tasting compared to Dixie Fry. It's tasty whether you deep fry or oven fry chicken. I coat my chicken pieces in it, skillet fry it in oil for a few minutes, then transfer the pieces to the oven. The pieces get darker and richer looking as they bake.


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Old 11-17-2018, 07:20 PM   #13
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Canned Meats

IMO, it would be easiest and tastiest to try canned chicken first. Available in white or dark meat, all pre-cooked, safe, fast, and if it's not to your liking, then mess with fresh chicken (ugh).
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IMO, it would be easiest and tastiest to try canned chicken first. Available in white or dark meat, all pre-cooked, safe, fast, and if it's not to your liking, then mess with fresh chicken (ugh).

I'm a fan of canned chicken and I have a dozen qts in the basement pantry. However, the texture of canned chicken is kind of like the texture of canned tuna or beef, while good, it's been processed a fairly long time at a high pressure/temperature, it flakes apart.


A fresh chicken, salted and baked, has a different texture which is also very nice for eating off the bone, with the crispy skin, right out of the oven. It is very easy to bake a chicken, eat the legs and thighs which are richer meat. The breasts may be drier and made into chicken salad (chicken grapes mayo sugar salt almonds celery) or sliced and reheated with some gravy.
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Old 11-17-2018, 09:22 PM   #15
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Bomb shelter canned whole chicken? Okay I guess. Reminds me of that MASH episode where Margaret and Charles share a can of supposedly delicious whole turkey. A rare treat there, apparently.

Margaret to Charles later on after both start turning green: "We ate a bad bird."
Charles insists it isn't.
Margaret: " We ate a rotten bird, Major."
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Old 04-27-2019, 07:41 AM   #16
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i know this is a last year's. thread.but figured id put in my 2 cent's. .i have a pirex dish with a glass lid.in which it use to belong to my mom.it holds 4 boneless chicken breast.i place the breast into it.fill water untill water comes half way up on the breast.i also include a chicken seasoning if i feel like it.place lid on.place it into the microwave. cook for 12 minutes.then i turn the chicken over and cook for another 14 minutes.
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Old 04-27-2019, 12:47 PM   #17
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I think a case of being 'The world is my oyster' when you talk about this subject!

I'm going to send you you a few recipes from 'Other parts of the Globe'.

I have an idea that chicken may be the most versatile meat you can use. Used all over the world, and with many qualities, the good old chicken comes up trumps. I think, however, that there are so many options that choice is whether or not try something adventurous, so the choices are: Whether to try something new, or stick with what you know and do well. Best of luck!

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Old 04-27-2019, 01:05 PM   #18
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The most hassle free solution for the OP is to just buy rotis chicken.
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Old 04-27-2019, 02:18 PM   #19
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Everyone knows the OP posted a year and a half ago, right?
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Old 04-27-2019, 02:31 PM   #20
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Everyone knows the OP posted a year and a half ago, right?
Yes, I'm always aware of thread dates and if the OP has replied or not.

I've even bumped threads back from 10 years ago depending on the
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