Kiserena Reminds Consumers Not To Serve Meals Until Through
(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 29, 2014 ) South Riding, VA -- Experts and the Kiserena team want to ensure that the next BBQ of consumers is all right by keeping food safety in mind while grilling. Making sure that meats are cooked to proper temperatures is important to be safe and to avoid risky bacteria.
To know if meats are cooked properly, it's ideal to use a Food thermometer and make sure it is the accurate temperature. Before taking out from the grill, the thermometer should be inserted midway into the thickest section of meats. It should give a cooking temperature reading in about 15 to 20 seconds.
When cooking hamburgers made using ground beef, make sure it is cooked to 160F internal temperature. Cooking the meat until the pink disappears is not always a sign of adequate cooking. Color is not a true indicator at all times since ground beef could still be pink within. If cooking pork chops and roasts make sure the food thermometer reads 150F. For whole and ground poultry, cook the food to 165F and when grilling beef, lamb, or veal roasts, steaks, and chops, the Meat thermometer should reach an internal temperature of 145F if consumers want medium rare, 160F if they want medium and 170F when well done is preferred.
Before putting on the grill, foods should be marinated in the refrigerator when preparing meats. Do not marinate them outdoors or on the counter. If planning to use the marinade as a sauce on cooked foods, some of it should be kept in a different container before adding raw poultry, seafood or meats. Never reuse the sauce used to marinate raw meats.
If partially cooking foods in the oven or microwave to cut the time of grilling, do so quickly before foods go on the hot grill. Make sure the plate and utensils used are clean. Never use the same plate for cooked foods and raw foods, including eggs, seafood, meats and poultry.
If there are any leftovers, don't forget to refrigerate them immediately after serving meals and within 2 hours when cooking is done. When the temperature is at 90F or above, foods should not be left outside more than an hour. When not confident, discard them to ensure safety. Be sure also to reheat any leftovers until steaming before having them served up.
Kiserena Inc. is dedicated to provide top quality Meat thermometer and other household items. The company has known for a commitment to thoughtful, top-quality and intuitively designed products.
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