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Is better to bake or broil  depending  or what's  being  especially something like chicken   instead of  frying ? It reduces  fat intake  and cholesterol i
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Baked or Broiled?

posted at 10/16/2010 3:03 PM EDT
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Is better to bake or broil  depending  or what's  being  especially something like chicken   instead of  frying ?
It reduces  fat intake  and cholesterol intake  along with calories .

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posted at 10/17/2010 3:12 PM EDT
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Is better to bake or broil  depending  or what's  being  especially something like chicken   instead of  frying ? It reduces  fat intake  and cholesterol intake  along with calories .
Posted by Eva T


You are so right.  By just baking instead of frying my husband lost over 70 pounds.  I lost 100 pounds.  He loves oven French fries.

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posted at 10/17/2010 6:49 PM EDT
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Personally I love my chicken fried   but  I use vegetable oil when frying .Foot in mouth

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posted at 10/25/2010 7:33 AM EDT
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I like baked chicken that is moist and seasoned well to be full of flavor.     Mary Ann S.

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posted at 10/25/2010 7:43 AM EDT
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We both like vertically roasted chicken; flavorful & crispy.We dispose of the skin anyway but enjoy the self-basted meat below it.It is very attractive served r ight on the cookinig rack,(onaplatter)  crispy golden brown
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In Response to Baked or Broiled? : You are so right.  By just baking instead of frying my husband lost over 70 pounds.  I lost 100 pounds.  He loves oven French fries.
Posted by Elsa M

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posted at 10/25/2010 7:49 AM EDT
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We both enjoy vertically roasted chicken& turkey, servedright on the rostingrack.It is golden brown & crispy.We disposeof the skin & love the juicy flavorful meat below it."THEBESTOF BOTH WORLDS":  crispy goldenchicken, juicy flavorful meat & much less fatI'vehadmy vertical roastingrack since 1985, stilllooksnew& worksgreat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I
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Is better to bake or broil  depending  or what's  being  especially something like chicken   instead of  frying ? It reduces  fat intake  and cholesterol intake  along with calories .
Posted by Eva T

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posted at 10/25/2010 7:51 AM EDT
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Try onion rings from a can to coat the chicken then spray the pan and bake very good like fried but baked.

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posted at 10/25/2010 10:35 AM EDT
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If we are just having boneless, skinless chicken breasts for supper, we usually broil them because it is quicker.  On Sundays, when I have more time, I like to do a whole chicken roasted vertically and then remove the skin when finished.

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posted at 10/25/2010 11:13 AM EDT
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I usually bake my chicken.  There are so many receeipes that seem liked their fried even though you bake it.

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posted at 10/25/2010 1:05 PM EDT
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In Response to Baked or Broiled? : You are so right.  By just baking instead of frying my husband lost over 70 pounds.  I lost 100 pounds.  He loves oven French fries.
Posted by Elsa M


Congratulations to both of you - way to go!!

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posted at 10/25/2010 1:10 PM EDT
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In Response to Baked or Broiled? : You are so right.  By just baking instead of frying my husband lost over 70 pounds.  I lost 100 pounds.  He loves oven French fries.
Posted by Elsa M


Congratulations to BOTH of you! Way to go! 

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posted at 10/25/2010 1:22 PM EDT
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I always try to bake instead of fry.  I haven't tried broiling in a long time.  I always seem to burn it when I broil.

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posted at 10/25/2010 5:21 PM EDT
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Maybe I didnT mean exactly  broil  like you would a steak , but baked and  BQQed.

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posted at 10/31/2010 11:13 AM EDT
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I love fried foods! Too bad it is so fattening. We usually BBQ or bake our foods.

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posted at 11/5/2010 8:33 AM EDT
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When baking or broiling meat, the trick is to keep it moist and juicey.  No one likes dried out food especially meat.  Mary Ann S.

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posted at 11/5/2010 1:25 PM EDT
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I prefer barbecuing my chicken, with either a marinade or bbq sauce. Also am a big fan of foil packet dinners on the grill. Taste yummy and no mess to clean up!

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posted at 11/7/2010 12:32 AM EDT
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I usually broil mea t&pultry  A. fewyearsagoI startdto microwave f ish ( small wholetrout, filets & steaks.;...I lightly sprayw/ buttery nonstickspray,sprinkleto tastew/ MrsD's originalblend; freshgroundblack pepper& dillweed.I coverit w/ amicroscreen( to keep ovenclean & it'sdonereallyfast& isalwaysmoist& juicy.
No addefats,caloriesorsodium& cleanup is simple too. still doing it that way.Yesterday, I seasoned 7   "nuked' a 3/4 # rainbow trout(covered) on High for 4 minutes.It was perfect & stil moist.
Be carefull;  fish tends to dry out easily if over cooked;   eaily done when microwaving.Through trial & error; I've figured out howlong to 'nuke" fish...Hubby's "' thick 7 oz swordfish steak was pefectly done in only 3 minutes  andthen [alowed to ''rest" for3 minutes more; on the table].
Before we married,he" hated" fishih except canned tuna; now he rquests fish  at least once weeklySmile

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posted at 11/7/2010 12:43 AM EDT
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I make chicken cacciatore(  skinless chicken pieces; bell pepper chunks & sometimes tiny mushroms in pasta sauce( covedred & microwaved; stirring everty 8 minutes tlil done......It can be baked or simmered on stovetop butI still prefer the microwave oven( temperature is accurat;e timing is reduce & cleanup is simple; my 48yo  ceramic casserole practically just rinses out aftercooking rig in it &  sevring right from it. Smile

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I usually bake my chicken.  There are so many receeipes that seem liked their fried even though you bake it.
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posted at 11/7/2010 5:13 AM EST
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When I make chicken, I put a bit of olive oil into a pan and then fry the chicken that way.  Another trick I use is dump frozen mixed veges on top and add chicken broth to cook.  Delicious!

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posted at 11/7/2010 6:32 AM EST
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  I like to bake or briol instead of frying because it is better for you .
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