How To: Carve a whole roasted chicken

Carve a whole roasted chicken

In order to Carve a Whole Roasted Chicken, you will need the following: a cutting board, a fully cooked roasted chicken, and very sharp knives.

Cut away the strings. Begin by slicing away the thigh joints. Then, cut away the oysters. Cut down the middle (slightly off center). Cut through the rib cage. Then, cut through the wing joint. Repeat on the other side of the chicken. Now, you should just have a torso. Remove the stray pieces of chicken with your fingers. The meat can be reserved for other dishes. Serve or use in recipes or eat as leftovers.

Reserve the bones to be used to make a chicken stock. Boil the bones in a pot of hot water.

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