Jan. 16th, 2009

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If a recipe calls for "boned, skinned chicken breasts," does that mean boneless skinless, or skin-on, bone-in? Because, to skin a chicken breast means to remove the skin, and to bone it means to remove the bone. So by that logic a "boned, skinned" chicken breast should have no bone and no skin, kind of like a "peeled onion." On the other hand, most recipes refer to "boneless, skinless" breasts, so I would think that "boned, skinned" would be the opposite of that. On the other other hand, usually they will call for "skin-on, bone-in" instead of "boned, skinned."

What's a cook to do???

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