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Old 02-25-2012, 02:21 AM   #1
Got rid of the matchlight.
Join Date: 05-08-10
Location: Bellevue, OH
Default Grilled Chicken Breasts and holding

I am going to be grilling about 40 pounds of chicken breasts for a wedding reception. The breasts were marinated and frozen, now thawed. We are planning on holding them in electric roasters. What temp. should I grill them to, and how long can I hold them in the roasters without having jerky? It's probably half an hours drive to the reception. Any other tips would be appreciated.

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Old 03-03-2012, 11:50 PM   #2
Wandering around with a bag of matchlight, looking for a match.
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Just keep them above 140 and you're safe. They can also be eaten within 4 hours after cooking with no holding or reheating, but must be thrown away after 4 hours and not refrigerated or kept when time as control used.

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