I have put a 1.6kg chicken in slowcooker on high at 1:30 I will take it out and put in 200 degree oven for half an hour at 5:30 will it be cooked at 6?
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The only true way to know is using a meat thermometer.
If you want the chicken to have a crispy skin you would likely want to finish it at a much higher temperature. Use a thermometer to know whether the inside is as cooked as it should be.
Yes for that very reason, why are you moving the chicken to the oven at a low temp?
Original poster described the chicken in kilograms, so I'm guessing the temperature is 200 degrees Celsius = 392 degrees Fahrenheit.
That's amply hot to crisp up the skin.
Ah that makes more sense. Thanks :)
Chicken was perfectly cooked :) cooking it at 200 degrees fan forced to crisp it up has always been the perfect temperature for me that's why I stick to it. It works perfect :)
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