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Seared Chicken & Honey Carrots!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 Under: Searing Meats


Seared Chicken

Chicken is such a versatile food that goes with just about any side dish too.This dish pictured I fixed with a side of honey carrots, it was a nice combo meal and was very satisfying.

Searing meats is something that has been done mostly by restaurants boasting that they have the secret to keeping your meats juicy and tasty.

How do you sear your meats? well it takes a heavy frying pan, preferably a Food Safe pan because these can take the heat and hold it too which is important for searing.

Okay so we got the right pan now so now to proceed to searing our meat, make sure you preheated your pan slowly, meaning not turning your flame or electric burner to high and leave it there, it needs to warm up the pan slow I suggest at a med flame or temp, add your cooking olive oil and your seasoned meat. 

Then sear meat for app. 2-5 minutes each side turning it as needed. Finish cooking the meat this way in pan till done or put in a greased baking dish and bake @ 350' for app. 30-50 min. depending on what you are cooking. 
Steak, Shrimp, or chops do not do, but most other meats like chicken pork roasts, beef roasts are just fine.

Cooking can be fun, but you have to put some effort into it too. so go forth and Cook and enjoy.

In : Searing Meats 


Tags: cooking  searing  meats  proper heating temps  cookware used to cook 

Seared Chicken & Honey Carrots!

Posted by Gianna Elizabeth Ianos on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 Under: Searing Meats


Seared Chicken

Chicken is such a versatile food that goes with just about any side dish too.This dish pictured I fixed with a side of honey carrots, it was a nice combo meal and was very satisfying.

Searing meats is something that has been done mostly by restaurants boasting that they have the secret to keeping your meats juicy and tasty.

How do you sear your meats? well it takes a heavy frying pan, preferably a Food Safe pan because these can take the heat and hold it too which is important for searing.

Okay so we got the right pan now so now to proceed to searing our meat, make sure you preheated your pan slowly, meaning not turning your flame or electric burner to high and leave it there, it needs to warm up the pan slow I suggest at a med flame or temp, add your cooking olive oil and your seasoned meat. 

Then sear meat for app. 2-5 minutes each side turning it as needed. Finish cooking the meat this way in pan till done or put in a greased baking dish and bake @ 350' for app. 30-50 min. depending on what you are cooking. 
Steak, Shrimp, or chops do not do, but most other meats like chicken pork roasts, beef roasts are just fine.

Cooking can be fun, but you have to put some effort into it too. so go forth and Cook and enjoy.

In : Searing Meats 


Tags: cooking  searing  meats  proper heating temps  cookware used to cook 

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