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Tips For Cooking Chicken In The Oven

Tips For Cooking Chicken In The Oven

Oven-baked whole chicken is budget-friendly and an impressive party dish that requires very little work. You could serve baked chicken for a reception dinner choice or at an engagement or bridal shower party. It is also a good all-purpose dish for both bridal partners to know once they enter married life. Follow these simple tips and your oven-cooked chicken will turn out perfectly every time.

*Prepare
If the chicken is frozen, thaw under cool running water for several hours, or ideally, thaw in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours. On cooking day, preheat the oven to 350 degrees and take the chicken out of the fridge. Place in the sink. Remove any wrappings and reach inside the cavity to pull out the neck, heart, and other organs that may be there. Wash all under cool running water and pat dry with paper towels. Place chicken on a plate and clean your hands and work surfaces immediately. Rub whole chicken with 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil and season with one of these combinations: poultry seasoning and black pepper; paprika, salt, and pepper; lemon-pepper seasoning and salt; oregano, basil, and garlic; rosemary and tarragon; or any seasoning blend you like.

*Bake
For beer-can chicken:
Open a fresh can of beer and drink (or pour out) about 3/4 of it. Holding the chicken in one hand, angle it slightly and ease the beer can into the chicken’s cavity. Carefully stand the chicken up so that it is supported and upright on top of the can. Put can and chicken, standing up, onto a roasting pan or cast-iron skillet. Bake for 1.5 to 2 hours.

For roast chicken:
Cut up potatoes, carrots, and onions into 1-inch cubes. Place in the bottom of a roasting pan. Place chicken, breast-side up, on top of the bed of vegetables. Roast 1.5 to 2 hours.

For baked chicken:
Place chicken, breast side down, into a roasting pan. Bake in 350* oven for 60 minutes. Remove from oven and carefully turn the chicken breast side up and place back in the oven for at least 30 more minutes. This method will help the breast remain moist and tender.

*Test
For all methods, the chicken is done when the chicken registers 165 degrees on an internal meat thermometer at the deepest part of the breast and in the leg near the bone.

*Finish
Remove chicken (and vegetables, if using) from roasting pan, and pour off all but 3 tablespoons of juices. Put roasting pan or cast-iron skillet on your stove and heat over medium-high heat. Pour 2 cups of wine, chicken broth, or water into pan and deglaze. Scrape bits of chicken off the bottom and sides of pan and season sauce with salt and pepper to taste. Cook the sauce at a simmer until it has reduced by at least half. Serve over chicken. Enjoy!

This method may take a little time to master, but once you’ve run through it a few times you will have mastered an easy method of cooking. Chicken may also be roasted in a crock pot or baked in a casserole, but there is nothing juicier and more flavorful than a chicken roasted the old-fashioned way in the oven.

Membrane Filter In Coke Oven Gas Wet Desulfurization System – Membrane Filters – Filtration And

Membrane Filter In Coke Oven Gas Wet Desulfurization System – Membrane Filters – Filtration And

Abstract: coke oven gas wet desulfurization systems to improve and achieved good economic and social benefits.

Key words: coke oven; gas; desulfurization; filter

0 Introduction Coke oven gas wet desulfurization is in civil and industrial purification system an important part, now TISCO gas plant is used as the base fluid ADA improvements to PDS as a catalyst for wet air oxidation process, the H2S gas First of all, in the desulfurization tower desulfurization liquid was absorbed H2S desulfurization fluid was oxidized in the regeneration tower, sulfur, sulfur and sulfur formed part of desulfurization liquid foam into the sulfur recovery process. In order to achieve desulfurization liquid recycling, need to keep the sulfur from the liquid extract. I plant sulfur recovery process of wet FGD systems for the traditional bubble of sulfur recovery, sulfur recovery rate as low (40%), resulting in high sulfur suspended in solution (0.1mg / l), removal efficiency decreased (85%), equipment and pipe higher sulfur attachment to towers and facilities increased resistance caused by severe corrosion. In addition, sulfur recovery process, the sulfur and molten sulfur tank foam tank need to consume a large amount of steam, not only high energy consumption and operating workers out of sulfur and sulfur paste directly contact the working environment is poor, labor-intensive, pollution is quite serious.

To address these problems, optimize production processes, and we make use of the liquid Al Gore film Filter To replace the current foam tank and molten sulfur tank, only to improve efficiency, save energy, but also to achieve sulfur recovery process automation bubble.

1 Gore film liquid filter structure and principle

1.1 Gore film liquid Filter Structure

Gore filter by the automatic control system, flexible valve group, membrane filtration components, tank piping and other components. Thin-film filter surface, this unique filtering method has the advantage: The suspensions in all of the liquid collected in the film surface, as film has excellent non-sticky and very small friction coefficient, combined with automated systems to Automatic continuous throughout the filtration process, and fully as physical recovery has no effect on the solution.

1.2 works

Gore membrane filter works shown in Figure 1. Sulfur foam 1 # valve through imports into the filter, after Bag Filter, clear liquid through the membrane filter bags into the cavity and discharged through the overflow pipe, filter medium solids (residue) is the surface of membrane filtration in the bag. When the filter for some time, membrane filter bags on the residue up to a certain thickness of the filter membrane into the automatic anti-state, into the liquid, recoil, Filter valve Automatically switch to the surface residue from the membrane filtration bags and sinking to the bottom of the filter cone, filters automatically to the next filter, recoil, settlement cycle at the same time, dehydrating dehydration from the filter into the filter residue were dewatering device When the residue in the water off to a certain extent, the system automatically opens dehydration device and door locking device, discharge of dry residue, and then run back into the next cycle.

Tips for Cooking Chicken in the Oven

Tips for Cooking Chicken in the Oven

Oven-baked whole chicken is budget-friendly and an impressive party dish that requires very little work.  You could serve baked chicken for a reception dinner choice or at an engagement or bridal shower party.  It is also a good all-purpose dish for both bridal partners to know once they enter married life.  Follow these simple tips and your oven-cooked chicken will turn out perfectly every time.

 

*Prepare

If the chicken is frozen, thaw under cool running water for several hours, or ideally, thaw in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours.  On cooking day, preheat the oven to 350 degrees and take the chicken out of the fridge.  Place in the sink.  Remove any wrappings and reach inside the cavity to pull out the neck, heart, and other organs that may be there.  Wash all under cool running water and pat dry with paper towels.  Place chicken on a plate and clean your hands and work surfaces immediately.  Rub whole chicken with 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil and season with one of these combinations:  poultry seasoning and black pepper; paprika, salt, and pepper; lemon-pepper seasoning and salt; oregano, basil, and garlic; rosemary and tarragon; or any seasoning blend you like.

 

*Bake

For beer-can chicken:

Open a fresh can of beer and drink (or pour out) about 3/4 of it. Holding the chicken in one hand, angle it slightly and ease the beer can into the chicken’s cavity.  Carefully stand the chicken up so that it is supported and upright on top of the can.  Put can and chicken, standing up, onto a roasting pan or cast-iron skillet.  Bake for 1.5 to 2 hours.

 

For roast chicken:

Cut up potatoes, carrots, and onions into 1-inch cubes.  Place in the bottom of a roasting pan.  Place chicken, breast-side up, on top of the bed of vegetables.  Roast 1.5 to 2 hours.

 

For baked chicken:

Place chicken, breast side down, into a roasting pan.  Bake in 350* oven for 60 minutes.  Remove from oven and carefully turn the chicken breast side up and place back in the oven for at least 30 more minutes.  This method will help the breast remain moist and tender.

 

*Test

For all methods, the chicken is done when the chicken registers 165 degrees on an internal meat thermometer at the deepest part of the breast and in the leg near the bone.

 

*Finish

Remove chicken (and vegetables, if using) from roasting pan, and pour off all but 3 tablespoons of juices.  Put roasting pan or cast-iron skillet on your stove and heat over medium-high heat.  Pour 2 cups of wine, chicken broth, or water into pan and deglaze.  Scrape bits of chicken off the bottom and sides of pan and season sauce with salt and pepper to taste.  Cook the sauce at a simmer until it has reduced by at least half.  Serve over chicken.  Enjoy!

 

This method may take a little time to master, but once you’ve run through it a few times you will have mastered an easy method of cooking.  Chicken may also be roasted in a crock pot or baked in a casserole, but there is nothing juicier and more flavorful than a chicken roasted the old-fashioned way in the oven.

Cooking program helping E. Texans eat healthy on budget

Budget Cooking
"Not only do we demonstrate the food but we give them the bag of groceries to take home with those ingredients in it, so it kind of takes all the guess work out of healthy meals," East Texas Food Bank's Haley Mock said.