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Table of Contents:
- How do you cook chicken with baking soda?
- What can you tenderize chicken with?
- How do you keep chicken breast moist in Curry?
- How do I make chicken tender curry?
- What is the meaning of tender chicken?
How do you cook chicken with baking soda?
① Dissolve baking soda in water (for every 12 ounces of meat, use 1 teaspoon of baking soda and ½ cup of water). ② Soak the meat in the solution for at least 15 minutes. ③ Remove and rinse. ④ Cook as desired, then bite into a seriously tender piece of meat.
What can you tenderize chicken with?
Pounding also tenderizes the meat, making the cooked result more tender. When it comes to tools, you can use a meat mallet if you have one. If you don't, try a rolling pin, the back of a skillet or even the bottom of a mason jar, depending on the size of the chicken.
How do you keep chicken breast moist in Curry?
You have to use a simple technique called 'brining'. All you need to do is cut the chicken breast into 25 mm cubes and leave it immersed in very salty, cold water (brine) for 20-30 minutes. Then rinse the chicken in fresh water before marinating and cooking.
How do I make chicken tender curry?
Cut chicken into bite size pieces, or if its still on the bone , chop into bite size pieces. Cook on high for at least a half hour , stir frequently, then reduce heat and simmer for minimum of another half hour. A good curry cannot be rushed no matter what anybody tells you.
What is the meaning of tender chicken?
Chicken tenders are actually parts of a chicken. They are the little strips of meat that are tenuously attached to the underside of each breast (and thus sometimes called “hanging tenders”), so every chicken has two tenders.
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