French Chef Jacques Pepin - How To Debone A Chicken In 1 Minute! - My name is Georgiegirl and I am a foodie :) Blog at Allrecipes.com - 227094

My name is Georgiegirl and I am a foodie :)

French Chef Jacques Pepin - how to debone a chicken in 1 minute! 
 
Mar. 13, 2011 1:42 pm 
Updated: Mar. 14, 2011 4:13 pm
This morning I was reading Hufington Post on the iPad and noticed on the food site a video showing chicken ballotine- I was curious was is chicken ballotine - I am now aiming to create this dish and with the help of chef Jacques Pepin. He had a video showing how to debone a chicken and in his words (with an extremely sharp knife of course) you can do so in 1 minute. Now I am sure this isn't the first chicken he had deboned but wow what a master. Then he precides to show how to tie it up after stuffing it- again just a genius at work.

The link is below or you can always search on you tube Jacques Pepin debone chicken.

I have subscribed to the youtube site after viewing other recipes he has - enjoy the video :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAekQ5fzfGM<
 
Comments
Mar. 13, 2011 3:00 pm
Holey Moley! I gotta learn that! If for no other reason than to show off! I see far less dried out meat in our future as well as some new unique recipes.
 
Mar. 13, 2011 6:48 pm
Thank you so much for posting that link. I've always wondered how to debone a chicken without making it look like you've just attended a massacre.
 
Gitano 
Mar. 14, 2011 9:25 am
Well isn't that awesome?! Thanks for posting the link! :D (and I totally agree with Avon, my attempts at deboning look the same!)
 
Gitano 
Mar. 14, 2011 9:26 am
P.S.... I live in Burlington, a hop, skip and jump from you :D
 
Mar. 14, 2011 9:50 am
Thank you. I have used almost every technique shown in that video, just never at once. That was great. I go forth, a better cook! Very cool
 
Mar. 14, 2011 10:15 am
Ok, now I have to go to work, spent the last hour watching Pepin do stuff, even Julia Child, my hero. Thanks for the monday morning derivation.
 
Mar. 14, 2011 4:13 pm
He is so straight forward... so unlike today's celebrity "let me entertain you" cooks. Just bought a cookbook of his last week at a used book store.
 
 
 
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I am originally from the Niagara region and have lived in Whitby for over 10 years now. My better half and i enjoy fine dining and playing cards with our friends. My mother was a cook for over 35 years and I am lucky to inherit the trait of being a pretty good cook :) I can take various ingredients on hand and whip up a dish to please all my friends. I don't bake much because if you bake you will eat it and thus create a large butt :) so for now i stick mainly with entrees. All recipes is a great site to view other like minded people and try new and creative recips.
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I recently had to do major dietary changes due to digestive issues so no more gluten,dairy,eggs or red meat. I eat chicken,veggies and lts of veggies. Try to incorporate Quinoa in a lot of recipes for extra protein. I still cook all of my hubbies favorite dishes but just can' t taste test them.
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Osso Bucco - my hubby loves this dish and it is so incredibly easy to make. Greek/Italian marinated chicken, incredibly juicy chicken breast that take 10 minutes to prepare.
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I attempted to make perogies when i was 12 years old - have never made them after that - long process and very fattening. If I crave them I will purchase premade from a local Polish store.
 
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