How to properly cook chicken breast

Cooking chicken in a saucepan on the stove You can cook chicken in either water or broth for more flavor. In a saucepan, follow these rules: Use a container with a lid so that all pieces are immersed in the liquid. The broth or water should be slightly larger than the volume of meat. Bring to a boil over medium heat, then reduce heat so the water does not boil too much.

Remove any foam that floats 

At first with a slotted spoon. The finished meat should be pale pink in color with no red blood streaks inside. You can check for doneness by piercing the breast with a fork and seeing how clear the juice comes out. After cooking, it is recommended to leave the chicken in the broth for another 10-15 minutes for better soaking. Bon appetit!

Cooking chicken in a slow cooker A slow cooker allows you to cook chicken quickly and without constant monitoring. You can both cook and stew meat in it

Place the chicken in the multicooker bowl

Add salt and spices. Pour in water so that it completely covers the meat. Select the “Cooking” or “Stewing” program depending on the recipe. Set the cooking time from 20 to 40 minutes depending on the size of the pieces. At the end of the program, check the readiness of the meat and cook if necessary. In a slow cooker you can cook chicken for soups and broths, or you can stew it for main courses. The secret is in choosing a program!