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The chicken curry thats been sat in the pan (covered) which has been in the kitchen all night... Cooked at about 10pm yesterday. Kitchen is pretty cold! (have no heating in there and its made out …
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
The chicken curry thats been sat in the pan (covered) which has been in the kitchen all night... Cooked at about 10pm yesterday.

Kitchen is pretty cold! (have no heating in there and its made out of a roof extension).

Thinkin a quick blast in the microwave an it'll be pukka..
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Yup, heat it up and it will be fine!
#2
Yep will be fine
#3
agree, curry will be fine
#4
I never reheat chicken,i'm para about food poisoning.

If i have leftovers i take the chicken out and heat up the sauce/curry
#5
deb8z;4211080
I never reheat chicken,i'm para about food poisoning.

If i have leftovers i take the chicken out and heat up the sauce/curry


but what about transference :whistling:
1 Like #6
them e-coli spores will be multiplying by the millions every second, and the bacteria that you will eat will make you feel ill for days, but on a good note if you need to lose weight then eat the lot,,,lol
banned#7
yeah its fine eat it!
#8
deb8z
I never reheat chicken,i'm para about food poisoning.

If i have leftovers i take the chicken out and heat up the sauce/curry


Do you think the restaurants make it fresh everyday? Don't think so, its all heated up!
#9
MANJ_007
Do you think the restaurants make it fresh everyday? Don't think so, its all heated up!

they would be shut down for that,, totally illegal
#10
just eat it cold.
#11
i wouldnt even have thought about it. just eat it.
#12
sosolidpoo
they would be shut down for that,, totally illegal


Still happens though!
#13
No problems - reheat in the saucepan if you want!!
#14
MANJ_007
Do you think the restaurants make it fresh everyday? Don't think so, its all heated up!


So i'd rather NOT re-heat it again then..

On a serious note ive never had food poisoning ..lol
#15
you dont work in a resturant by me do you? ho no,,lol
#16
I'd eat it no worries. just reheat it thoroughly if you're concerned.
#17
sosolidpoo
you dont work in a resturant by me do you? ho no,,lol

food poisoning, proper food poisoning is the worst pain i have ever gone through in my life time, and i have felt some pains,, i was ill for about 10 days, it still give me shivers
#18
Your Chicken Is Made Out Of A Roof Extention?
IVE SEEN ONE MADE OUT OF A TEA TOWEL BUT NOT AN EXTENTION

http://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FU0/W6EN/F7DWO0D5/FU0W6ENF7DWO0D5.MEDIUM.jpg
#19
Yes I would eat it but then my OH calls me 'Iron guts' (affectionate sort of bloke! lol) make sure you get it really hot & it should be fine.
#20
Life typically ends somewhere between 40 and 60c. Cook it to the point of boiling, and there shan't be a single living bug with which to do you harm. Eat up and enjoy.
#21
dxx
Life typically ends somewhere between 40 and 60c. Cook it to the point of boiling, and there shan't be a single living bug with which to do you harm. Eat up and enjoy.

wow,, i will agree with anything santa girl says
#22
[QUOTE=dxx]Life typically ends somewhere between 40 and 60c[\QUOTE]

my mum always told me life begins at 40, lying bitch
#23
MinstrelMan


my mum always told me life begins at 40, lying bitch


lmao
#24
I read you're only supposed to re-heat chicken once,so if its a takeaway,defo don't reheat again.:w00t:
#25
IM 42 MY LIFE IS OVER:oops:
#26
Always tastes better the next day :)
#27
raptorcigs;4211278
IM 42 MY LIFE IS OVER:oops:

Life begins at 150 for Raptors though silly sausage :roll:
#28
Shengis;4211303
Always tastes better the next day :)

This is so true especially with curry .. always seems much hotter too!
#29
I ate it :)

Maaaaan it was sooooo good! Better than yesterday!

If I get ill I have all you to blame.
#30
It's fine to reheat. Even chicken. Make sure it's hot like previously mentioned although you've probably eaten it by now!!!

Most restaurants pre-cook their food, freeze it then use it as they need to. Still home cooking!
#31
Your Bum Will Sooooo Hurt
#32
Only since last night? Give it a couple more days in the microwave to really develop the flavours!
#33
raptorcigs
Your Bum Will Sooooo Hurt


pre-refrigerated bog roll at the ready :thumbsup:
#34
i look forward to seeing your next post ( whats the best cure for food poisoning) lol:-D
#35
Go for it - it will probably be tastier as its been marinating so long! LOL!!
#36
MANJ_007
Do you think the restaurants make it fresh everyday? Don't think so, its all heated up!


lol sweeping generalisation or what!! if it does happen i imagine they refrigerate it to keep it safe.

No way id be eating meat thats been sat at room temp all night :w00t:
#37
I would of eaten it, but we are all vegetarian so it would of been quorn pieces. Never actually cooked meat so wouldnt know about heating and reheating etc.
#38
Oh dear best get to the chemist before it's too late.

http://www.travelwithcare.com/pubcontent/images/products/HH420.jpg
#39
looooooool this was a funny thread!! i dont think your going to die anytime soon from chicken realted poisoning ha ha ha ive eaten some stuff in my time and ive never had food poisoning!! but i always defrost my chicken bewbies in the microwave!!

i once ate a frozen pastie tostie for £50 :thumbsup:
#40
foxymissroxy
looooooool this was a funny thread!! i dont think your going to die anytime soon from chicken realted poisoning ha ha ha ive eaten some stuff in my time and ive never had food poisoning!! but i always defrost my chicken bewbies in the microwave!!

i once ate a frozen pastie tostie for £50 :thumbsup:


I get served those everytime at Greggs fair enough they are only 75p

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