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    Can I cook beef and chicken in the same dish? (chow mein)?

    I'm following a chow mein recipe involving chicken breast, but I would like more meat, and I happen to have a little rump steak fillet in the fridge. Can I just throw it in there with the chicken and will it be fine?

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    As long as it cooked through (especially the chicken) then it should be fine.

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    If you cook them both all the way through then it will be fine

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    ewwww

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    You can if you want rare beef..Otherwise, I would suggest you cook them separately because chicken breast cooks faster than beef and then add the two in together. It does sound perfectly yummy.

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    Of course its ok.


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