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Woops... Cooked a frozen chicken....

cdemico Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
I have just microwaved 2 frozen chicken breasts for 7.5 mins but forgot to put the setting on defrost (I'm blaming Call Of Duty) and It has part cooked it.

Is it still useable? Can I cover it in sweet chilli sauce and bake it in the oven as I had planned?
Or bin it?


Thanks people!
cdemico Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
i think it wil be fine prob just defrosted it quicker go for it :thumbsup:
banned 1 Like #2
should be ok if you bake it long enough, might be a bit rubbery
1 Like #3
as long as it ends up thoroughly cooked i don't think it matters too much how it gets there:thumbsup: i make the same mistake regularly and it's never done me any harm
banned#4
what happened to the rest of the chicken ? you just a breast man.........no leg or thigh??
1 Like #5
goldmax
might be a bit rubbery


Aaaahhh! Fank yo!

Old 'uns are always the best :)
#6
goldmax
what happened to the rest of the chicken ? you just a breast man.........no leg or thigh??


I have the breasts....
#7
Little Munchkin
as long as it ends up thoroughly cooked i don't think it matters too much how it gets there:thumbsup: i make the same mistake regularly and it's never done me any harm


Thats good to know, thanks!!!
#8
You're not supposed to defrost chicken any way other than at room temperature, gives you increased chance of getting salmonella from it.
#9
hypnoticstate
You're not supposed to defrost chicken any way other than at room temperature, gives you increased chance of getting salmonella from it.


In a fridge actually..... room temp is getting on for the ideal temp for bacteria to multiply
1 Like #10
it will be fine,big fuss about nothing
#11
sancho1983
In a fridge actually..... room temp is the ideal temp for bacteria to multiply


+1
#12
hypnoticstate
You're not supposed to defrost chicken any way other than at room temperature, gives you increased chance of getting salmonella from it.


Apparently defrost chicken at room temperature is a big NO NO as thats when bacteria grows quicker.
1 Like #13
Cook the life out of it and you'll be fine.
#14
To be safe, microwave it again and put the microwave in a pre-heated oven.

Super nuke it. :P
#15
you've had a KFC then. Though that said, do they know what chickens are ?
#16
Cover the breasts in cream, let them marinade a little, then lick it all off. :thumbsup:
#17
Have you never seen frozen chicken nuggets and the like.
They all recommend cooking from frozen.
No big problem as long as it is fully cooked as this will kill any bacteria that may be there.
#18
is it still alive?
#19
Jumpingphil
Have you never seen frozen chicken nuggets and the like.
They all recommend cooking from frozen.
No big problem as long as it is fully cooked as this will kill any bacteria that may be there.


Chicken nuggets and the like are all pre-cooked.

It'll be fine. And I ALWAYS defrost all meat at room temperature and have never ever got ill.
banned#20
Chuck it out, not worth the risk. You'll only end up with the 'runs' anyhow as your mind will play tricks regardless. Every bite you take you'll not be able to enjoy for thinking about possible contamination.
#21
i reckon its probably been eaten by now.......:lol:
banned#22
Let's hope the OP returns :thumbsup:
#23
Little Munchkin
as long as it ends up thoroughly cooked i don't think it matters too much how it gets there:thumbsup: i make the same mistake regularly and it's never done me any harm


buckk baaarkk (that was my attempt of a chicken noise) :oops:
#24
hypnoticstate;8852714
You're not supposed to defrost chicken any way other than at room temperature, gives you increased chance of getting salmonella from it.

really bad advice - never defrost any meat at room temperature. A perfect breeding ground for germs. Only safe way is in the fridge or under cold running water.
#25
TUSSFC
Chicken nuggets and the like are all pre-cooked.

It'll be fine. And I ALWAYS defrost all meat at room temperature and have never ever got ill.


you make it sound like chicken nuggets are fine to eat once defrosted........:thinking:
banned#26
aScottishBloke;8853233
Let's hope the OP returns :thumbsup:


Still waiting on the OP returning. Tell me it's nothing to do with the chicken :|
#27
OMG lol, no posts from when the thread was made. :)

If I ever want to eat something that is frozen, it's normally in a plastic bag, I just stick it in some water, then 5 minutes later replace it with hotter water and wait a bit, normally 20 minutes, and once it's all drained, I cook it.

And I've never had any food poisoning in my life, and from what I do with raw foods, eggs etc, I should be ill every week.
#28
Wotwot123
OMG lol, no posts from when the thread was made. :)

If I ever want to eat something that is frozen, it's normally in a plastic bag, I just stick it in some water


^^^^^^^ This, although the frozen chicken breats I get from asda say you can cook for frozen
banned#29
Wotwot123;8911388
OMG lol, no posts from when the thread was made. :)

If I ever want to eat something that is frozen, it's normally in a plastic bag, I just stick it in some water, then 5 minutes later replace it with hotter water and wait a bit, normally 20 minutes, and once it's all drained, I cook it.

And I've never had any food poisoning in my life, and from what I do with raw foods, eggs etc, I should be ill every week.

once you;ve had food poisoning, you'll never be so foolhardy again I can tell you.
#30
csiman
once you;ve had food poisoning, you'll never be so foolhardy again I can tell you.


+ 100

It's not a fun time at all
#31
csiman
once you;ve had food poisoning, you'll never be so foolhardy again I can tell you.


Apart from being ill from tap water in Egypt, It'll never happen from my own hand I can promise you that.

Raw chicken, raw meat, raw eggs, frozen food cooked in minutes, heated up everything you're not suppose to after a first or second cooking, I could go on all day about things I've done, how about challenge me to eating something and I'll update you? (not joking either btw).

:p
#32
People always seem to get funny when i reheat chicken..
#33
vengod
People always seem to get funny when i reheat chicken..


How about Chinese Food? :p
banned#34
This is like that time i ate mouldy bread
#35
Wotwot123
How about Chinese Food? :p


Yeh no bother with that.

Once reheated a seafood pizza (was drunk and never realised it was a seafood pizza as i asked for a meat feast and never checked)

anyhoo...wont reheat that agan,
banned#36
natversion1
+ 100

It's not a fun time at all


+200 I had it when I was 8 and still remember it now. Bad times
banned#37
shedboy66;8852658
i think it wil be fine prob just defrosted it quicker go for it :thumbsup:


goldmax;8852665
should be ok if you bake it long enough, might be a bit rubbery


boothy;8852738
it will be fine,big fuss about nothing


aScottishBloke;8911360
Still waiting on the OP returning. Tell me it's nothing to do with the chicken :|


OP,

Give us a shout when you return, meanwhile I'm asking the 3 others above to organise a whip round :thumbsup:
#38
teraomi
To be safe, microwave it again and put the microwave in a pre-heated oven.

Super nuke it. :P


Lol..well funny!:thumbsup:
#39
Wotwot123
OMG lol, no posts from when the thread was made. :)

If I ever want to eat something that is frozen, it's normally in a plastic bag, I just stick it in some water, then 5 minutes later replace it with hotter water and wait a bit, normally 20 minutes, and once it's all drained, I cook it.

And I've never had any food poisoning in my life, and from what I do with raw foods, eggs etc, I should be ill every week.

yes.
banned#40
OP,

You've still not returned. Do get in touch if you can (_;)

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