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bloody drumstick after cooking it in liquid for about 50 mins

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bloody drumstick after cooking it in liquid for about 50 mins

lemony05 | May 7, 2012 09:53 AM

I have cooked for dinner today chicken and rice. I cooked the pieces of seasoned chicken in a bit of water to make a gravy for the rice. It was 2 drumstick, two thighs and two breasts.
The breasts were for me and pretty thick, the drumsticks and thighs quite small. My breasts were cooked through and the thighs as well; my boyfriend though when attempting to eat the second drumstick, found it all bloody inside; the liquid was a dark purple colour. I inspected the drumstick and the blood was all around the bone, the meat was cooked in my opinion.
How can it be possible it was like that if my thick breasts were cooked and the other pieces as well? He didn't wanna eat it and thinks I udercooked it, but it was a small drumstick, and I turned it over regularly so I can't think it was not cooked properly.

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