Share your post with your fan club! Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. It's all pretty much in the subject line. Every time I try to pound a breast, it pretty much turns into a splayed, shredded, uneven lump of raw meat-things.
For the past few years I have purchased my boneless skinless chicken breasts from places like Albertsons, Costco and every once in awhile even Walmart. The styrofoam package and the little juice-soaker-upper thingy I know… real technical felt almost as heavy as the chicken breasts inside. I had this nagging feeling that I was getting ripped off. So last week when I brought home another package of chicken from Walmart I decided to go with my gut and actually weigh the chicken and package.
The 7 Biggest Mistakes When Cooking Chicken Breasts
When it comes to cooking chicken breasts, the most common mistakes stem from trying too hard to avoid either overcooking or undercooking them. Here are seven of the top errors most home cooks make and how to avoid them. These days, chicken breasts are huge.
Save yourself the effort by checking for bad chicken before you start cooking. Here are 4 ways to tell if your raw chicken has gone bad. Raw chicken should be a light pink color, and the fat should be white. Your nose is your best friend when it comes to finding bad food. Raw chicken should feel moist, not slimy.