There’s a better way to do diced chicken…
Kelsey Nixon stopped by our studio last month to show us how to make an easy chicken and broccoli bake. As she tossed the chicken into the pan, she shared a nugget of kitchen wisdom that had us going, “why didn’t we think of that?” Kelsey said, “I know not a lot of people like cutting up meat… These were just chicken tenders and I used my kitchen shears and I just snipped ’em.”
2-Pack Kitchen Shears, $9.34
Forget the knife and cutting board, not to mention slimy hands. Dice your chicken straight into the pan! If your kitchen shears have seen better days, it’s time for a newer, sharper model. These come in under $10 for two pair! One reviewer even says “they cut raw meat like they are cutting paper.”
If you dread cutting the protein for dinner, the snip ‘n sear method will be your new best friend.
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