"What's for chicken?" is a humourous twist on "What's for dinner?" where you will find recipes, tips and inspiration to create meals for your family and friends that impress and satisfy a wide range of tastes.

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Chicken Safety and Handling

Salmonella Salmonella are a group of bacteria that is commonly found in the intestines of animals and birds. The bacteria can be transmitted to people when they eat foods contaminated with animal feces. Often, contaminated foods are of animal origin, such as poultry, beef, milk or eggs; however, all foods, including fruits and vegetables, canContinue Reading

Cooking Tips

• When adding chicken to a recipe that calls for a measured amount, determine how much chicken is needed by following a standard of one pound of boneless chicken equals approximately 3 cups of cubed chicken. • When roasting a chicken, an untrussed chicken will cook faster and more evenly than a trussed chicken. •Continue Reading