Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Cutting Dried Fruit

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We love using dried fruit to add a tarty sweetness to salads, and chicken dishes. Chopping dried fruit can be a sticky endeavor. The more you chop, the more the fruit clings to the knife.  We use a kitchen scissors to cut through larger fruits, such as figs, apricots and prunes. Just snip away, and see how easy the task can be! Kitchen shears are also a great way to cut fresh herbs and poultry too.
Stay tuned for a recipe for Moroccan Chicken with Dried Apricots…our first foray into the land of the slow cooker!

photo: Glasshouse Images

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One Response to “Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Cutting Dried Fruit”

  1. naughteebits Says:

    What a great tip! Can’t wait for the recipe, sounds delicious!

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