Translations: Zemes Vistas, Žemės vištienos, Solului de pui, Ground Piletina, Ziemi z kurczaka, Begane Chicken, ग्राउंड चिकन, Куриные землей, Ground Κοτόπουλο, دجاجة الأرض, 그라운드 치킨, Pozemní Kuřecí, Ground Ayam, Ground Manok, 地面鸡, Pollastre baixa, Pozemné Kuracie, Terreno di pollo, עוף טחון, Ground Kyckling, Пилеће земље, 地鶏, Poulet haché, Ground Kylling, Pollo baja, Курячі землею, Ground Kana, Приземен Пиле
Finely chopped pieces of chicken meat
Colors: pale pink
Flavors: Sweet, poultry, takes on seasonings and sauces
Mouthfeel: Meaty, Juicy
Food complements: Potatoes, Carrots, Onions, Garlic, Peppers
Wine complements: Red wine
Beverage complements: Iced tea, Beer
Substitutes: Ground turkey, Ground veal
Selecting and Buying
Seasonality: january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, opctober, november, december
Choosing: Some ground chicken are already prepacked in the supermarket. make sure it is properly packed or vacuum sealed. Always check for the "use-by" date. It is best to buy meat that is freshly ground. Always check for the color, make sure it is not pale or grayish in color and there is no foul smell when you open the plastic package.
Buying: Buy only what you could use within 1 to 2 days. Make sure the portions are properly wrapped to avoid freezer burn. Freezer burn are the gray-brown spots on the meat caused by air reaching the exposed surface of the meat.
Procuring: not applicable
Preparation and Use
Follow the correct defrosting procedures if the ground turkey is frozen. Always remember to wash your hands, utensils and surfaces before and after handling raw poultry. It is also a good idea to soak in bleach or wash in the washing machine any towels and sponges that have been used to wipe up juices and water from the poultry meat.
Cleaning: Meat that has already been ground up should not be washed. It has already been cleaned prior to grinding and this will only wash away any flavor on the meat.
Conserving and Storing
Repackage the ground meat into smaller portions if you are not going to use them all at once.Store them in the coldest part of your fridge or in the freezer. It would be great if you could also label them so you can keep track on which to consume first.