Published May 24, 2023, 2:20 a.m. by Liam Bradley
1. Start with a whole chicken. If you have a chicken that's already been cut up, you can butterfly it by cutting through the breastbone.
2. Place the chicken breast-side down. Use a sharp knife to cut along one side of the chicken's backbone.
3. Flip the chicken over. Once you've cut along the backbone, you can remove it entirely or leave it in place.
4. Spread the chicken open. You should now have a chicken that's flattened and ready to be cooked.
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butterflying a chicken also known as
spatchcocking is a great technique for
the grill or for roasting in the oven
your chicken will cook faster and more
evenly this way first pat your chicken
to butterfly you'll need to remove the
flip the chicken so its back is up
poultry or kitchen shears are the best
tool for the task
cut along each side of the spine
lay the chicken flat
make a notch in the white cartilage in
the breastbone at the neck end
and a slit on either side of the
pop out the breastbone and remove it
tuck the wings to keep things neat
now your butterflied chicken is ready
for the grill or the oven and your
dinner will be on the table before you
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