Can you cook frozen fish and chicken together?

You can cook meat, poultry and fish from the frozen state, but you must allow additional cooking time. The amount of additional time depends on the size and shape of the product.

Can I cook fish and chicken together?

Yes. If you cook the fish first then the chicken will pick up flavor from the fish and that flavor is largely contained (transmitted) by oil which cooked out of the fish. The chicken will subsequently not ‘last’ any longer than the fish would (fish oil becomes rancid fairly quickly.)

Can you cook fish & chicken in the oven at the same time?

No risk at all as long as each meat is cooked to a safe temp. It’s fine as long as you are planning to cook them all to at least medium or fully done. Some meats take longer to cook to kill any bacteria.

Is it OK to cook chicken and salmon together?

Yes but be aware that salmon is ‘done’ at an internal temperature of 145 degrees, and chicken should be at least 165 degrees. So you will need to separate them at then end or deal with overcooked salmon. If your taste buds and stomach agree, no issues.

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Can I cook salmon and chicken in the oven at the same time?

Can you cook chicken and salmon in the same oven? Yes, you can. However, if you are thinking of cross-contamination, then we recommend that you place them in separate baking trays.

Is it bad to eat chicken and fish together?

Doctors do not consider it dangerous to eat fish and meat together.

Can I mix meat and fish?

There are no reasons one cannot eat meat and fish/seafood together, even in the same bite. Unless you have allergies to any of the fish or shellfish species being served. It would not be the combining of the meat and fish, simply the allergy to the one food item that is the cause.