Always cook to well-done, 165F as measured by a meat thermometer
Cooking your chicken properly will ensure Campylobacter is destroyed - use a meat thermometer
to check that it reaches 75degC.
I always use a meat thermometer
when roasting lamb or beef - this ensures you don't overcook it
Cooking temperature is also important, so invest in a meat thermometer
if you don't have one.
If you are a fan of beef, I would highly recommend purchasing a meat thermometer
, perfect for cooking all sorts of cuts.
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Use a meat thermometer
to monitor the temperature, and keep the food piping hot prior to serving and storing it.
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To ensure your chicken is cooked through, probe with digital meat thermometer
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A pinkish hue may be a safe indicator, but it is best to be certainuse a meat thermometer
to gauge if your chicken has been cooked or baked properly.
Roast, uncovered, until a meat thermometer
inserted into the leg-thigh joint registers 165 degrees, about 55 minutes.