Common Cuts of Chicken
What’s for dinner? Probably chicken. It’s economical, versatile, and low in fat and high in protein—all good reasons why it winds up on the dinner table more often than any other meat.
Big and juicy, this cut is a boon to white-meat lovers who don’t want to roast an entire bird. It is sold whole or split into
Best for: Pan-frying, roasting, broiling, and grilling.
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