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Pampered Chef: I LOVE my deep covered baker!!! I'm doing a power cooking demo

  1. cookin to the top

    cookin to the top Member Gold Member

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    I LOVE my deep covered baker!!! I'm doing a power cooking demo tomorrow, and want to do the boneless/skinless chicken in the dcb in the microwave instead of the stove (I've only done whole birds- never breasts or thighs)......I heard 7 min per pound......do you have the lid on or off? Thanks!!!
     
  2. BlessedWifeMommy

    BlessedWifeMommy Veteran Member

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    Re: Dcb

    I would think having the lid ON would be best. Let us know how it works.
     
  3. tlag1986

    tlag1986 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Re: Dcb

    I agree with Holly lid on sounds like it would be best. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
     
    Mar 19, 2009
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  4. JAE

    JAE Legacy Member

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    Re: Dcb

    Cooking directions for pork tenderloin with chicken breast substitute below.

    Cover baker; microwave on HIGH 6-10 minutes or until Pocket Thermometer registers 150°F, checking temperature at 6 minutes and then at every 2-minute interval. Remove baker from microwave; let stand, covered, 10 minutes (temperature will rise to 160°F for medium doneness). Prepare sandwiches or salad, if desired.

    Four boneless, skinless chicken breasts (4-6 ounces each) can be substituted for the pork tenderloin. Microwave as directed, testing for doneness in thickest part of breast until Pocket Thermometer registers 170°F and no longer pink in center. Remove chicken from baker; let stand 5 minutes.
     
    Mar 19, 2009
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  5. pamperedharriet

    pamperedharriet Legacy Member

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    Re: Dcb

    I always cook my chicken parts and pork tenderloin with the cover on.
     
  6. cookin to the top

    cookin to the top Member Gold Member

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    Re: Dcb

    Another question- how many people does each Chicken Power Cooking recipe serve?
     
  7. cookin to the top

    cookin to the top Member Gold Member

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    Re: Dcb

    I looked on the recipes and the instructions, but didn't see the servings...
     
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