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kdpfinnz

57 months ago

6.5 LBS, chicken, how long and at what temperature do I cook it for?
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6.5 LBS, chicken, how long and at what temperature do I cook it for?
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banjogirl

  56 months ago
If you were in the USA, you would have to know by now ! I always thought it was 20 min per lb ! Plus another 20 min. Luckily if I cook something like this the instructions usually come with it !
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Juliaacv

  56 months ago
You always cook a turkey at a preheated oven of 350, and I believe that it takes 30 minutes for every 1/2 pound of meat. So, do the math, but just to double check, I would go to allrecipes.com and make sure that I gave you the correct time frame for cooking so that you don't get sick. My husband usually does the math for the cooking time, and we both roll up our sleeves to wash the bird inside and out before stuffing our bread pieces in it and rolling some butter under the skin covering the breast. Good luck and bon appetite!
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MiaThns

  56 months ago
Having never cooked this type of food so I do not know
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karencampbell61133

  56 months ago
I would try 350 degrees for 3 hours.
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MindyMindy

  57 months ago
It's better that I don't give any advice here because I'm horribly cock.
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banjogirl

  57 months ago
I take it that you have cooked and eaten it by now !
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fancydb

  57 months ago
Put your Chicken in a pan with salt and pepper and ad some onion on top. Cover it with aluminum foil and cook it at 375f for three hours you can take foil off the last hour to brown the top put a little water on the bottom of your pan
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noravandoninck

  57 months ago
350 for about an hour; keep some water in the bottom of the pan for basting and to make gravy. or ask my husband, he does all the cooking, lol!
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goddib.ent.170

  57 months ago
350 for an hour or 2
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mishy2010

  57 months ago
Use A Meat Thermometer
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