Use kitchen shears to make quick work of many projects. They are ideal for use when a knife is either too cumbersome or too dangerous. Make sure your kitchen shears have a nice, gripping handle.
- Kitchen shears are great for cubing raw stew meat
- Use kitchen shears to cut bread cubes for bread pudding
- Chopping up canned whole tomatoes with your kitchen shears
- Kitchen shears also easily make bite size pieces out of canned fruit and cooked meat for young children.
- Perfect for snipping twine.
- Kitchen shears work great for taking the tips off of squirt bottles and wooden skewers.
- Use kitchen shears to chop fresh mint, chilies and coriander finely and without any mess.
Cleaning Your Kitchen Shears
Like all blades, kitchen shears should not be run through the dishwasher, as this can damage the integrity of the blade and eat away at the handle. Wash kitchen shears by hand with very hot water and plenty of soap, looking for for any crevices in the design where food for bacteria might be tucked away. Always dry blades with a soft, clean cloth after washing, and store them safely out of the reach of children.
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