How to Cut a Whole Chicken into Pieces


how to cut a whole chicken into pieces

How to Cut a Whole Chicken into Pieces

Youtube Tutorial on How to Cut a Whole Chicken

how to cut a whole chicken into pieces

How to cut a whole chicken into pieces is something everyone should know how to do.  It allows you to save money while develops skills that you will have for the rest of your life.



Here I have created a video for all to learn how to cut a whole chicken into pieces.  This guide will show you how to break down a whole chicken into individual pieces and includes a couple of bonus tips.

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Whole Chicken Butchery Tutorial

In this video I will talk about how to break down a whole chicken into pieces.  I will teach you how to remove each part of the chicken and give you tips on the best way to remove as much meat as possible.  By doing this you save money and make use of as much chicken as possible.



I will also give you advice on how to debone a whole chicken leg to prep it for stuffing and roasting.

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J.J. Sheridan

From a very young age most of my memories revolve around food. From my Nanny Sheridan baking apple tarts on the weekend while Nanny Hackett cooked buns to my Grandfather Jackie cooking the Sunday dinner. Food has always been apart of my life in one form or another. During my Naval Service I spent much of my spare time in the galley chatting to Chefs about what they were cooking. I was in awe at the skill these Chefs had under the conditions of working at sea and how they always delivered great meals. Later on in life with the economic crisis in Ireland I was able to dedicate myself to re-educating myself to train to become a Chef. What was meant to be a couple of years spent on doing a course to become a Chef became five years where I moved up to degree and honours degree in my field of interest. This education along with my passion for Irish produce and Irish food suppliers developed a keen interest in sharing my knowledge with friends and family.

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