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  • #61893

    Hi all, Toby still a bit off colour tonight but Al, my trusty man in the kitchen, is at work.  Got chicken breast for Toby’s tea, how long do I boil it for, cut into bits first etc?  How wierd is that, only ever fry or bake it!

    #68224

    Til its done!  Poke it in the middle and see if its still raw or cooked.  You can cut it up or shred it, i doubt if Toby will mind  🙂

    #68225

    Cool, thanks lovey, had a bit of a moment there just looking at it thinking ‘now is it def safe to BOIL chicken’!  :-*  :-*  :-*

    #68226

    Yeah! Its lovely like that, although for humans you’d poach it in a nice stock probs, makes it lovely and moist  🙂

    #68227
    Mudgie
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    and give him the water once it is cooled down  😉  dont boil it though just simmer it – boil it and you will take all the goodness out it

    #68228

    Thanks guys, he very little, so another question, how much can he have, I know it is to be potato with a bit of chicken rather than a lot of chicken, he weighs 6.7kg?

    #68229

    He loved it, gave him about half of what I cooked and it has stayed down.  Do you lot reckon he could have the leftover mash and chick cold for breakfast if poorly tums or should I cook up a fresh batch in the AM? 

    #68230
    *Lassie*
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    [quote author=TobyTeaCosy and Angela link=topic=12226.msg236306#msg236306 date=1218653807]
    He loved it, gave him about half of what I cooked and it has stayed down.  Do you lot reckon he could have the leftover mash and chick cold for breakfast if poorly tums or should I cook up a fresh batch in the AM? 
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    He can have the leftovers 😉

    #68231

    Thank you, saves me cooking chicken and tatties first thing!  He loved it, was a joy to watch after he been ill and he really enjoyed it!

    #68232
    Crafty1980
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    The last simmering session i did was with 4 breasts and it took no time at all… About 10-15mins! Hope the pooch feels better soon! 🙂

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