Go Skinless

“Removing the skin from your chicken can cut your calorie and fat intake in half. But did you ever wonder whether you should remove it before or after cooking? It doesn’t affect the calorie or fat content by much if you cook the chicken with the skin on, so you may want to wait to remove the skin after cooking – especially if you’re cooking chicken parts that tend to dry out, such as the breast. Cooking with the skin intact keeps the meat more moist and tender.” (p.125).

Colbert, D. 2009. Eat This and Live. Lake Mary, F.L.: Siloam.

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