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Removing the Bones From A Chicken

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How to remove all the bones from a chicken and what to do with your floppy Chicken. This is a follow up to Spinward's How to Easily Debone a Chicken. Please visit this Instructable, it has great information on safely handling raw meat products.

Step 1: Tools and Materials for Deboning Your Chicken

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Whole raw Chicken
Poultry or utility shears
Sharp boning knife or long paring knife
Sharp Chef knife or cleaver

 

I did a stuff boneless chicken keeping a full format..I just kept the tips of bone of thighs and wings to keep a full format of chicken, only making a seam on the back of the chicken,

whole chicken including the thighs are stuffed with green olives onion, green peas , corn, cheese and han

I made to sell .. what it would cost for me to sell on market

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I did a stuff boneless chicken keeping a full format..I just kept the tips of bone of thighs and wings to keep a full format of chicken, only making a seam on the back of the chicken,

whole chicken including the thighs are stuffed with green olives onion, green peas , corn, cheese and han

I made to sell .. what it would cost for me to sell on market

10469463_787889191300046_1130110983868080195_n.jpg
serjinio3 years ago
Thank you very much.
shooby7 years ago
Why would you want to debone a chicken?? The bones have a lot of flavor in them, even if you don't eat the marrow. The only reason I can think for doing this is if you want to recreate that K.F.C. rumor running a few years ago, saying that they were breeding genetically engineered chickens, with no bones or faces. This might convince people of that.
If you want to make a Turducken(a chicken stuffed inside a duck, and that stuffed inside a turkey), you need to debone the birds.:P
CivilianX (author)  littleviv7 years ago
I was at a wedding in New Orleans and they had a pig, turkey, chicken, duck and eggs. All deboned and stuffed inside each other.
I'm not sure whether they still do it, but I once heard that in ancient Greece they used to stuff a duck, chicken, turkey, and a pig, inside of a cow.
Tobita shooby5 years ago
Grills better on an open fire, I find.
NickGriffin6 years ago
Excellent!
I never had this demonstrated to me (self-taught cook of sorts) and the trick with the wishbone was something I never knew-I had just cut straight down (on the wrong side)the centre of the breast!

Thanks and Great, useful knowledge!''
Chickees26 years ago
Thanks, I saw someone do this years ago. Have wanted to learn how to do this. We are starting to raise chickens and I needed to learn how to do this for future chicken cooking.
This shouldn't be in tech? Just contributing.
brian2507 years ago
thanks i just hate pickin on a bone,great -stuff-
tsikoman7 years ago
you are the master!
I was kinda hoping for a living one..
shooby7 years ago
Wow. That's insane. Deboning a pig!! America is a pretty crazy place, huh.