Sure, raw meat can be okay for beef and steaks... but chicken is another story. It’s not just an improper thing to do, culinary speaking. It’s also a serious health concern that can lead to food poisoning!
Ever notice why people send back their plates in restaurants whenever they order chicken and see some streaks of blood? That’s because raw chicken is a big, definite no-no!
So in this blog post, we’ll talk about the ways on how to tell if chicken is done. There are a few ways to try, and you can do them all or just pick out a few that work best for you. Not everyone is a trained chef who can tell just by touching the meat or “getting a vibe” of the bird.
You don’t need to be a pro to have to learn how to do this. Food poisoning is not a small thing to laugh about, so whether you are cooking for yourself, for family, guests, or throwing a huge party, making sure your chicken is well-done is a top priority.
Read on to find out more about the five ways to check chicken doneness.