How to Know if Your Roasted Chicken is Done (Video)

Everyone loves roasted chicken. It’s delicious and so easy to make. The not-so-easy part is determining when that bad boy is cooked. Here are a few tips to help you out:

  • You should always have a thermometer in your kitchen to help you determine the doneness of your proteins.
  • Chicken is safe to eat once it reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees.
  • It’s also not a bad idea to take out your chicken a little before it reaches 165 degrees because it will continue to cook while it’s resting.
  • A good spot to take your chicken’s temperature is just between the breast and the leg.
  • You don’t want to poke your chicken too much because you don’t want the juices to run out of your chicken.
  • Make sure when you roast anything you let it rest for a few minutes to let the juices redistribute and your meat will be really moist (we hate the word moist, but you get the point).

There you go! For more basics of cooking, head to our Culinary School section.

2 responses to “How to Know if Your Roasted Chicken is Done (Video)”

  1. Patrick Mba says:

    I learnt a new word today : the “doneness” as in “how to check the doneness of a roasted chicken”
    May I say that it is a “fingerlicked” word ?

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