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5 Tips to make chicken much more tasty

5 Tips to make chicken much more tasty

You know how to shred the chicken in a few minutes? And the easiest way to bone the bird? Seara has selected important tips to make the chicken much tastier.

How to shred

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Shredded chicken is a wild ingredient: it gets tasty in pies and can also turn into an incredible pâté. Learn how to shred the chicken in a few minutes here.

No sticking in the baking dish

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Roast chicken is a delicious eating, but it can stick in the baking pan and not be so easy to remove. Here's how to bake the chicken so that it is tender and does not stick to the baking dish. If you've always wanted to learn how to bone chicken, but you think it's very difficult, this tip is key.

Let's bone

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To defrost

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Defrosting a food requires care. In this Seara tip you will learn how to thaw the bird quickly and safely.

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