Cooked chicken

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Cooked chicken detail.png

Cooked chicken is one of the first cooked food items, and is popular amongst new players. It requires a Cooking level of only 1, and can heal 200 life points.

In order to make a cooked chicken, simply cook a raw chicken over a fire, stove, or range. Note that players with lower Cooking levels run the risk of producing a burnt chicken instead.

Cooked chicken substitutes as cooked meat for the meat pizza and stew recipes. It is one of the ingredients required to create a banana pizza, and can be done by using it along with curry leaf, sliced bananas and nuts on a plain pizza.


Creation[edit | edit source]

Cooked chicken.png Cooked chicken
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
130 (33)4 (2.4s) 190
Servings1Life points LP200
Requirements
Burn level34Cook-o-matic 25 Cook-o-matic 25?
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Requires a range Range or a fire Bonfire
Ingredients
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Raw chicken.pngRaw chicken11,1601,160
Profit-970

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patch 1 August 2016 (Update):
    • Players with cooked chicken or cooked meat in the first slot of their backpack will no longer be prevented from cooking when clicking on a fire or range.