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Posted 22 October 2021 - 06:13 AM

Hi,

I have a central kitchen and I want to deliver marinade chicken to my restaurants.

Therefore, I would like to know if it is better to marinate the frozen chicken in the same condition or to marinate it after thawing. 

And I also want to know how the drip loss and the shelf life affect these two types of processes.

 

Please find below two types of processes that I have designed.

 

Type 01

Frozen chicken receiving(– 15º to – 18ºC)  - storing(– 18º to – 23ºC)- Thawing (CHILLER (2º to 4ºC) ) - Marinating - Blast freezing (-35ºC), 6hrs  - storing (– 18º to – 23ºC)- Dispatching (– 15º to – 18ºC)

 

Type 02

Frozen chicken receiving(– 15º to – 18ºC)  - storing(– 18º to – 23ºC)- Marinating - Blast freezing (-35ºC), 6hrs  - storing (– 18º to – 23ºC)- Dispatching (– 15º to – 18ºC)

 

Thank you,

Savani B



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Posted 22 October 2021 - 07:31 AM

Marinate after thaw.


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Posted 22 October 2021 - 05:09 PM

Hi,

I have a central kitchen and I want to deliver marinade chicken to my restaurants.

Therefore, I would like to know if it is better to marinate the frozen chicken in the same condition or to marinate it after thawing. 

And I also want to know how the drip loss and the shelf life affect these two types of processes.

 

Please find below two types of processes that I have designed.

 

Type 01

Frozen chicken receiving(– 15º to – 18ºC)  - storing(– 18º to – 23ºC)- Thawing (CHILLER (2º to 4ºC) ) - Marinating - Blast freezing (-35ºC), 6hrs  - storing (– 18º to – 23ºC)- Dispatching (– 15º to – 18ºC)

 

Type 02

Frozen chicken receiving(– 15º to – 18ºC)  - storing(– 18º to – 23ºC)- Marinating - Blast freezing (-35ºC), 6hrs  - storing (– 18º to – 23ºC)- Dispatching (– 15º to – 18ºC)

 

Thank you,

Savani B

Hi Savani,

 

Not my direct area but If you don't mind doing a little searching (eg <<<marinate>>>), I recall a recent thread here on an identical question which referenced some detailed analysis available on a website..


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Charles.C


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