Regardless of the time of year, barbeque chicken is a delicious treat as a family meal or for friends if you’re planning to invite them over.
Barbeque cooking or using a grill is a healthy way of preparing chicken but how can you cook barbeque chicken both effectively and safely, so it can be enjoyed by all, without upsetting any stomachs?
Firstly, remember to keep any ingredients in the fridge until you’re ready to consume them. At a barbeque, people tend to eat over a period of time, so don’t take food out of the fridge until it’s necessary. When handling frozen chicken, remember to wash your hands and don’t use the same plates for raw and cooked food. Also, remember to use different utensils for cooked and frozen chicken.
Always ensure that your barbeque is hot enough before you start cooking and turn barbeque chicken regularly, so that it’s cooked evenly throughout. Contain any dripping meat juices, keeping the juices away from any other types of food.
Remember not to leave your barbeque outdoors in direct sunlight. An indoors buffet table is a better alternative and if food is left out for over two hours, it’s best to throw it away. Also, any food items that will accompany barbeque chicken, such as rice, salad or potatoes should be kept in the fridge for as long as possible until your guests are ready to consume it.
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