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Cooked chicken in fridge since sunday

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ilovetosleep Thu 26-Nov-15 11:01:49

It's ok to eat right? It's a tagine, left overs for the DC.

Also I have fresh fish cakes from m&s use by yesterday, would you eat that? Normally I would but it's for the kids...

NickNackNooToYou Thu 26-Nov-15 11:04:01

Eyes and nose, if it looks ok and smells ok I'd use it/them.

However if in doubt chuck it out, which in this house is extremely rare & we're still here...just wink

Jackie0 Thu 26-Nov-15 11:08:40

Not the chicken but maybe the fish if it passed the smell test.
I'm often unsure too but err on the side of caution.
I've thrown away chicken within its use by date because I thought it smelled funny .

SakuraSakura Thu 26-Nov-15 11:15:33

I wouldn't eat the chicken. Would eat the fish cakes if they smelt fine.

borntobequiet Thu 26-Nov-15 11:19:59

Both the chicken and the fish cakes should be fine. If properly cooked and refrigerated most leftovers are perfectly OK for a week, even rice dishes.

ohtheholidays Thu 26-Nov-15 11:23:20

Chicken no,3 days in a fridge is what they recommend then after that chuck it.

The fish cakes should be fine if they've been kept in the fridge.

Etak15 Thu 26-Nov-15 11:23:59

They'll be fine.

DramaAlpaca Thu 26-Nov-15 11:25:34

I'd eat the fish cakes without a second thought.

The chicken would be fed to the dog. Our house rule for chicken is if it's cooked on Sunday, eat by Wednesday.

misscph1973 Thu 26-Nov-15 11:27:47

Its' all fine, just make sure you reheat properly. I eat a lot of leftovers, as I batch cook a lot, and most things will last a week.

ilovetosleep Thu 26-Nov-15 11:39:13

I just checked on the food.gov site and they say 3-4 days for left over chicken... Trouble is it will just smell of spices not chicken. Think I won't risk it on smallest dc as gems poorly anyway!

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