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Debone Your Rotisserie Chicken With A Simple Plastic Bag Hack

Let the Chicken Cool: Before you start, allow the chicken to cool slightly so it's easier to handle. It should be warm but not hot to the touch.

Prepare Your Workspace: Lay out a clean, large plastic bag on your countertop. You can use a food-safe plastic bag or a clean, unused garbage bag.

Place the Chicken in the Bag: Carefully place the rotisserie chicken inside the plastic bag. This will help contain any juices and loose pieces of meat, making cleanup much easier.

Debone the Chicken: With the chicken inside the bag, use your hands to gently break apart the chicken and remove the meat from the bones.

Separate Meat from Bones: Once you've deboned the chicken, you can then easily separate the meat from the bones within the bag.

Dispose of the Bones and Cleanup: After you've removed all the meat, the bones and any unwanted parts remain in the bag.

Wash Your Hands and Workspace: Even though this method is cleaner, it's still important to wash your hands and sanitize your workspace after handling chicken to prevent cross-contamination.

This plastic bag hack for deboning a rotisserie chicken is not only about keeping your kitchen clean but also about simplifying the process, making it more approachable for anyone regardless of their cooking skill level.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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