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Old 11-18-2013, 01:37 PM   #1
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Help with timing for roasting veggies and chicken

I am baking/roasting my meal tonight...

Thin marinaded chicken breasts
Inch chunks of sweet potatoes
Broccoli florets

I assume I should put the sweet potatoes in first? What temp, and how do I know when to put in broccoli and chicken?

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I'd put the potatoes in at 425 for an hour depending on their size, and the broccoli florets will likely take 20 minutes, but I'd steam them instead. The chicken, I don't know. Are you baking them in foil? I'd stick them for their temperature after 30 minutes if so, but I usually pan fry thin cutlets.
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Re: Help with timing for roasting veggies and chicken

Get a thermometer that can stay in the oven and has an alarm to go off when meats are at the right temp. Seriously. It has made my cooking 100xs better. I have a poder brand thermometer and it was like $15 on amazon. Best kitchen purchase ever.
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Re: Help with timing for roasting veggies and chicken

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Get a thermometer that can stay in the oven and has an alarm to go off when meats are at the right temp. Seriously. It has made my cooking 100xs better. I have a poder brand thermometer and it was like $15 on amazon. Best kitchen purchase ever.
I have never heard of such a thing!

I just did 1 inch chunks of sweet potato for half an hour and they were done. I also did half an hour for broccoli, but they didn't need as long.
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