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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 more than 2 years 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) more than 2 years 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 more than 2 years 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) more than 2 years ago

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