The 10 best low-carb chicken recipes
Here are our 10 most popular low-carb chicken recipes.
How to cook chicken
When cooking poultry you need to be sure that the meat is cooked through or you risk getting sick. To be on the safe side it’s wise to use a cooking thermometer. If cooking a fillet you place the thermometer in the middle of the thickest part. When the temperature reaches 162 degrees F or 72 degrees C it’s ready to serve.
When cooking a whole bird it’s usually best to place the tip of the thermometer right next to the bone in the thigh. Make sure it reaches 180 degrees F or 82 degrees C before serving it.
Like any other meat, poultry benefits from resting 10-15 minutes before serving.
Another great thing about poultry is that you can serve it just as easily for a week-night dinner as for a fancy dinner-party. The recipes above will provide you with inspiration for both.