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Chicken cacciatore

Can the chicken cacciatore be made ahead? If so, where do I stop and how do I reheat it?

Ralph Ellenburg 253 days ago

Chef Belinda says ...

It can absolutely be cooked the day ahead; and even frozen. Follow all of the cooking instructions and cook fully. Cool and refrigerate or freeze. If frozen, thaw completely; then reheat, covered, over medium-low heat. If refrigerated, bring to room temperature and reheat. Reheat time should take about 30 to 45 minutes.

Keith.Phillips (www.scliving.coop) 247 days ago

Length of cooking time

In the ham and cheese tarts recipe, does the cooking time need to be reduced when using the 24-cup mini muffin pan compared to the 12-cup standard muffin pan? Thanks.

Sylvia Hudson 267 days ago

Chef Belinda says ...

Adjusting cooking time can be a bit tricky if switching between a 12 or 24 muffin tin recipe. As a general rule, reduce cooking time by 5 minutes and monitor closely. The main factor here is to cook just long enough for the mixture to “set;” not moving in the center when the pan is shaken.

Keith.Phillips (www.scliving.coop) 257 days ago

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