Do I need a Utility Knife in my kitchen? It's a common question. Don't worry, I'm here to help you out.
A utility blade is a lot lighter and more maneuverable than an 8" or 10" chef's knife, but can still cut common ingredients which paring knives cannot cut effectively. Moreover, it's easier to wash and more suitable for one-off or small volume cutting.
This 5’’ utility knife from TUO Fiery Phoenix is very handy and promotes excellent cutting precision. Also, its blade is ergonomically designed to be closer to the hand, so it can work better for fine cuts.
This utility knife is good for chopping smaller foods and vegetables, like shallots. It shares many qualities of a chef knife, but it can be a useful tool when working with smaller food items, as the utility knife allows for more detailed cutting work. So, when your cook's knife is a little too big for the job, you'll want to reach for a utility knife instead.
In addition, with its classic styling and no-frills shape, this knife made of high-carbon stainless steel is a great small knife at a very affordable price. If you're looking for something that will cover larger foods or will be using your knife more regularly, keep looking down our official website www.tuocutlery.com.