How to Butterfly a Chicken Breast
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Butterflying is basically a butcher's technique for splitting food horizontally, without cutting all the way through, then opening it up like the wings of a butterfly.
Why would we want to butterfly our food? The most common reason is so our food will cook evenly in about half the usual time, since it's not as thick as usual.
Howard shows you how we butterfly chicken breasts in the Test Kitchen in this how-to video. You can use the same technique to butterfly pork tenderloin, thick steaks, even shrimp. And if a recipe calls for stuffing a particular food, butterflying it allows you to do just that.
Here are tips for butterflying any kind of meat:
Now that you know the trick to butterflying food, give it a try, and show off your fancy cooking skills. After all, it gives you more reasons to have fun in the kitchen, easily preparing all sorts of..."OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!"
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