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Conflicting advice on which knife to use when cutting up a chicken, which should I use?

Just want to point out a possible safety issue I've run into when using my paring knife for this job. It's so slim and sharp that it will actually slice the tip of a joint clean off if the knife isn'...
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Conflicting advice on which knife to use when cutting up a chicken, which should I use?

This is a little bit of a frame challenge, but--you should own a paring knife even if you don't end up using it for this task. Paring knives are close to the top of the essential list (chef's knife, ...
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Conflicting advice on which knife to use when cutting up a chicken, which should I use?

Boning and jointing are two different tasks. Cutting up a chicken into pieces is jointing, removing the meat from the bones entirely is boning, it sounds like you were jointing the chicken to me. ...
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How do I make a chicken cheesesteak that isn't dry?

One other way of making this dish come together with more control is to fillet or pound flat the chicken and cook it flat, then after letting it cool to room temp, slice it up to add to your cooked ...
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How do I make a chicken cheesesteak that isn't dry?

A dry chicken breast is overcooked. Some people actually like them that way which I personally don't understand but to each his own. To avoid overcooking you cook it less - either by using less heat ...
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