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How viable is cooking chicken from frozen

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How viable is cooking chicken from frozen
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roasting frozen meat works just fine-it actually improves the results for lean and dry meats. add at least 50% to cooking time otherwise proceed as normal.

getting that shit out of the package when its frozen is the hardest part, I always unwrap and portion my meats before freezing
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If you have 2-4 hours get a bowl of tap water and throw them in there (in a bag or package so they don't soak up the water)

If you don't have time you can defrost in the microwave.
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>>8530633
Its not.
Run cold water over it and it will thaw in about a hour.
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>>8530660
>Washing your meat.
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>>8530648
>>8530660

stop it. stop it. you have no idea what you are talking about. Cooking frozen meat is perfectly fine and works 100% of the time.
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>>8530687
Depends entirely what you're doing with it.

Making a blanket statement that cooking food while frozen is 100% fine in every situation just makes you look retarded
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>>8530633
I wouldn't recommend it.

Thaw the shit so it's pliable enough to season, OP.
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>>8530687
I see chicken in OP.
Have you ever tried pan frying frozen chicken?
>>8530682
How do you thaw frozen meat?
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>>8530633
if you do it sous vide its the exact same cooking time as if it was room temp.
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>>8530711
>pan frying frozen chicken?

yes. works fine, but you have to increase cooking times by 50% at least
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>>8530633
It's alright.
Put it in a hot pan, with a little oil.
Wait until surface is a bit brown, then decrease temperature and wait until it's all cooked.

No need to thaw, but be sure that it's not raw in the center.
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Just me...
From frozen...let thaw desired portion two hours.
Still semi-frozen, spread thin with meat tenderizer
So what'cha gonna do?

Baked
Tin foil lined pan; canola oil
garlic Italian seasoning, pepper,
both sides get the treatment
375 for 10-13 minutes, depending

Breaded:
thawed chickennnnnnn
one bowl, two plates
beaten eggs on one side, plate one Italian seasoning, plate two prep for cooking
dip, breading--double dip-breading again--on to plate two; repeat
Heat pan, fry on lower heat to cook inside first...
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>>8530643
>I always unwrap and portion my meats before freezing

That's actually a good idea.
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>>8530901
You are so full of shit.
YEAH OP, THROW SOME OIL IN A PAN.
NOW GET THAT SHIT HOT SON....
PAN FRY
ADD WATER IF SHIT GETS TOO HOT......
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just Thaw it in hot water dude
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