Boiling Point: It’s a Boiling point, not a boiling kettle!
It’s not often that we get to eat boiled chicken but that’s what we did this past weekend when we were visiting friends in the Houston area.
And the result?
We cooked a whole batch of boiled chicken with a boiling point of around 4500°F and a temperature of around 260°F.
If you’re not familiar with boiling point or boiling point and temperature, here’s a quick refresher.
A boiling point is a temperature at which water boils.
At a boiling temperature, the water is liquid at the surface of the water and is solid at its core.
If the water temperature falls below a certain temperature, then it boils, and that’s when the liquid evaporates.
In this case, we had a liquid at a boiling level of around 2200°F which is around a half a degree below boiling point.
This was about 10 minutes after the chicken had been left in the water for a few minutes at a simmer and the chicken was cooked through.
If it was in the same container with a lot of water, then we would have been in for a shock.
As the water continued to boil, the chicken cooled down to the point where the liquid was solid and then when it was placed on the stovetop, it reached a safe boiling point around 3200°-3400°F (1430-1630°C).
That’s a perfect starting point for the first step of making lasagna.
If we’re not going to make lasagna at home, we should at least make it in a pot with a pressure cooker or an electric pressure cooker.
That way, we can add whatever we need at a later time and just make the sauce on the spot.
Here are some of our favorite recipes for boiling point lasagna: 1.
The Perfect Chicken Lasagna 2.
The Best Lasagna Recipe 3.
The Ultimate Pressure Cooker Lasagna 4.
Pressure Cookers: The Ultimate Recipe 5.
Pressure Cooking: A Very Simple Process 6.
How to Cook and Serve Pressure Cooked Lasagna 7.
Instant Pot Pressure Cooking Recipe 8.
Pressure Release Lasagna 9.
Pressure Saver Lasagna 10.
Pressure Stove Lasagna 11.
Pressure Pan Lasagna 12.
Pressure Pressure Cook Lasagna 13.
Pressure Pans: A Simple, Cost-Effective Method for Pressure Cookery 14.
Pressure-Free Lasagna 14.
Instant Pressure Cook Pot Lasagna 15.
Instant Oven Pressure Cook Pad Lasagna 16.
Pressure Pot Lasagne 17.
Instant Lasagne Pressure Cook Recipe 18.
Pressure Instant Lasagna 19.
Pressure Oven Lasagne Recipe 20.
Pressure Lasagna Pressure Cook Ingredients 1 lb. chicken breasts, skinned and cut into 1 inch cubes 1 can diced tomatoes 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/4 cup chicken broth 1 teaspoon kosher salt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 tablespoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1 1/3 cup water 1 tablespoon white wine (or white vinegar) 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, grated 1 tablespoon ground cumin 1 tablespoon fresh basil, chopped 1/6 teaspoon black pepper Directions In a large saucepan over medium heat, heat the olive oil.
Add the chicken, and cook, stirring occasionally, until browned and crispy, about 2 minutes.
Add in the tomatoes, cook until soft, about 1 minute.
Add water, wine, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper and cook until fragrant, about 10 to 15 minutes.
In a separate pan over medium-high heat, add the chicken broth, chicken, pasta, and seasonings.
Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer, uncovered, until sauce has reduced by about half, about 30 minutes.
If there is still a bit of sauce, add in the cheese and continue to simmer, covered, until cheese is melted, about 15 minutes longer.
Transfer to a bowl, cover, and let sit for 15 minutes before serving.
This recipe is very versatile, and can be adapted to make a range of sauces and fillings.
We also made it into a saucepan with a little bit of the pasta water, which was great because we couldn’t find any pasta in the freezer!
If you do use the pasta in this recipe, make sure you use at least 1/1 cup water, otherwise the sauce will be too thick.
I like to add in a little fresh basil before serving because fresh basil tastes great and makes the sauce more interesting.
This sauce can be made ahead of time, but we found that it takes a few hours to cook the pasta, so we had to cook it for the night.
If making this recipe ahead of a trip to the grocery store, refrigerate overnight in the fridge.
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