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I bought some refrigerated chicken breasts from the supermarket and put them in the freezer when I c

Author : kswck2

Submitted : 2018-03-06 11:08:52    Popularity:     

Tags: breasts  supermarket  chicken  bought  refrigerated  

The chicken breasts are raw and frozen.
I basically forgot to take them out and defrost them. So what I am doing is boiling the raw frozen chicken breasts in a stew broth. I cut the 4 frozen chicken breasts up into small pieces as well.

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Frozen chicken can be boiled or put into a crockpot. Any seasoning they may have before they were frozen will bleed out of the meat by boiling. Cut small, figure on around 10 minutes in a rapid boil. Of just pull out a piece at a time and bite into it to determine doneness.

I do it all the time. This is a saucepan, cover with water or broth, and slowly raise the liquid to a boil.Season the broth. Simmer the chicken - don't boil until the chicken has reached 165 degrees at the thickest part. Turn the pan off and allow the chicken to cool in the broth until cool enough to handle. Remove the chicken to a plate or cutting board, and cut/pull it apart into pieces. If there is a lot of fat in the broth, remove as much as you can. Strain the broth into a clean pan, and add the chicken pieces back into the broth and re-season.

This method will result in tender, moist chicken and flavorful broth. Cooling the chicken in the broth is important.

The reason you don't boil it is because the outer part of the chicken will be overcooked by the time the frozen middle is thawed and cooked.

Defrost in the Microwave. It has a defrost cycle for poultry.

yes but why in Gods name would you want to boil them in the first place??

edit: in small pieces in stew it should be fine in 30 minutes.
I personally would use cheaper cut of chicken, like thighs for stew

I do that with slow cooker stews all the time



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