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Old 07-21-2019, 11:38 AM   #1
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Chicken in a pan and butter sounded great so I thought I’d give it a try. 3 boneless breasts seasoned and in a pan with chicken broth and 1/2 stick of butter and taters. Let’s see!




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Old 07-21-2019, 11:57 AM   #2
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This will be interesting!

My first quick thought was "nooooo, not raw chicken with other food (my wife is a former food service and ServSafe Certified Manager). But 2 seconds later logic said, ummm, not any different than pork chops in the slow cooker with all the other veggies (or a chuckie on the smoker with veggies) - raw meat is raw meat, and heat/time is the cure.

You can't go wrong with chicken in butter. Years ago I first learned that trick when my partner in a local competition did that with our chicken entry - won 1st place that year. Been using it ever since.
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This will be interesting!

My first quick thought was "nooooo, not raw chicken with other food (my wife is a former food service and ServSafe Certified Manager). But 2 seconds later logic said, ummm, not any different than pork chops in the slow cooker with all the other veggies (or a chuckie on the smoker with veggies) - raw meat is raw meat, and heat/time is the cure.

You can't go wrong with chicken in butter. Years ago I first learned that trick when my partner in a local competition did that with our chicken entry - won 1st place that year. Been using it ever since.
That was my thought. Unless the boneless breasts cook too quickly, but i’m Thinking at least 1/2 hour at 350 will be ok.
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After 50 minutes chicken is at 162. Coming off to rest a bit.




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Old 07-21-2019, 12:37 PM   #5
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It all looks so ... well ... buttery!
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Buttery goodness!
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Old 07-21-2019, 02:54 PM   #8
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Chicken in a pan and butter sounded great so I thought I’d give it a try. 3 boneless breasts seasoned and in a pan with chicken broth and 1/2 stick of butter and taters. Let’s see!




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I didn't think I invented butter broth chicken but thanks for the kind words. Looks like it turned out great.

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This will be interesting!

My first quick thought was "nooooo, not raw chicken with other food (my wife is a former food service and ServSafe Certified Manager). But 2 seconds later logic said, ummm, not any different than pork chops in the slow cooker with all the other veggies (or a chuckie on the smoker with veggies) - raw meat is raw meat, and heat/time is the cure.

You can't go wrong with chicken in butter. Years ago I first learned that trick when my partner in a local competition did that with our chicken entry - won 1st place that year. Been using it ever since.
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That was my thought. Unless the boneless breasts cook too quickly, but i’m Thinking at least 1/2 hour at 350 will be ok.
I think chicken cross-contamination in the kitchen is more of a threat than certain pathogens or salmonella so it's a good idea to prep all vegetables first, then the chicken, followed by a clean-up with bleach. Once your chicken reaches a safe internal temperature, those good juices that it releases onto the vegetables will also be safe. in fact, unless they are whole..... vegetables will reach 165° more quickly than the chicken, and this temperature kills any pathogens that may have come from the chicken before it was fully cooked. Once everything is 160°-165° it's all safe.
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That's a mighty fine plate.
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That really looks Great
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Thanks all. Came out very tasty. �� Maybe next time i’ll Use thighs.
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