Here’s a quick tip on how to finger test chicken breasts for doneness with your finger.
Sometimes we find ourselves without the proper tools at hand and need to improvise. Perhaps you’re at a friends house cooking or camping and don’t have an instant read thermometer. Here’s a little tip to help you out.
Cutting the breast is an alternative, but it releases all those precious juices and dries it out. Use this method as a last resort if you’re still unsure.
Note: The chicken breasts should be white and juices should be clear (no red); pounding the chicken breasts to an even thickness helps and aids in more precise cooking.
Here’s our post on how to sauté chicken breasts.
Watch the “Finger Test” Video Here.