Cooking with: Un-boiled chicken

Posted: November 29, 2012 in Cooking
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Prep Time & Cook Time:

1 hrs 35 mins

Ingredients for 4 (quite hungry) people:

  • 1 chicken (you may use other random birds parts as desired)
  • water

Directions:

  1. 1
    Fill the very large pot with water, enough to cover the chicken completely.
  2. 2
    Do not put the chicken in yet. You gotta wait, sorry.
  3. 3
    Bring to a boil.
  4. 4
    Now put in the chicken. Do it gently, try to smile while doing it.
  5. 5
    As soon as it STOPS boiling, take out the chicken.
  6. 6
    Return the water to a boil, then put the chicken back in and cover tightly.
  7. 7
    Turn off the heat but leave the pot on the burner.
  8. 8
    Leave it untouched for exactly ONE HOUR.
  9. 9
    Remove chicken from water.
  10. 10
    Let it cool just enough to handle, then get rid of all the chicken bones. Chew one bone while you finish cooking.
  11. You can use a whole chicken or parts of other random and even unknown birds.
  12. The large volume of water is important: I use a 15 quart stock pot, and do 2 chickens at one time but you can do differently, I don’t really care.
  13. Some people save the skin & bones up in the freezer until they have a bunch, and use them to make broth, but you can throw it away if you are a broth hater.

    Here we go, un-boiled chicken!

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