The Flexible Fillet Knife, Also Called Boning Knife
If you're not using a boning knife to cook, you might be missing out on some of the tastiest meals.
Since meats get a lot of their flavor from the fat, bone, and blood that contacts the muscle, and if you're just cutting the meat away with a chef's knife, you're leaving a lot of flavor on the bone.
Plus, if you're looking for ways to stretch your food budget, investing in a good boning knife can lead to some nice savings.
This boning knife from TUO Cutlery, featuring a narrow and thin, semi-flexible blade, in high carbon steel metal to stay sharp for a fairly long time. And you will appreciate its feel, fit and finish. When you hold these blades with triple-riveted, you understand that they were assembled by craftsmen of the highest caliber.
The boning knife has many uses in the kitchen. The flexibility of the blade allows the metal to easily follow the contours of the bone or the fillet of a fish. Also, preparing meats to carve treats, making it an essential tool in any home kitchen.
More importantly, the blade length in 7’’ makes it easy to handle - a nice feature for those who don't have a lot of experience with boning. Check it on our official website now for the most favorable price.