How to Break Down a Chicken
Along with knowing how to properly chop an onion and boil an egg, breaking down a chicken is one of the most essential kitchen skills to have in your repertoire. Buying a whole chicken saves you money, sets you up with the bones to make a delicious stock and gives you a chance to show off those knife skills. And while we're on the topic of knives, make sure your boning or chef's knife is nice and sharp before you get to work.
Before you get started, pat that bird dry! This not only prevents accidental slips but also ensures your bird cooks up with a golden crisp skin. Here's how to get started.
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