How to choose the right kitchen knife-FOR TYPE OF KNIFE


Kitchen knife is one of the important appliances in your kitchen. Whether you are a professional chef or amateur cook, having the right kitchen knife can make the job a lot easier. A kitchen knife that is not only sharp but also lightweight can make your chopping safer and faster. How do you decide between an European knife,Japanese knife,or a Chinese knife? Below are the important tips to help you choose the right kitchen knives.  

Types of Knives

In search of your answer to how to choose the right kitchen knife, it is important to understand what kinds of knives are available in the market. There is a knife for practically any type of cutting and chopping, so read on to understand more and determine which of these knives would end your quest on how to choose the right knife!

Chef’s knife
The chef’s knife is a handy, classic knife meant for basic food preparation like chopping and slicing ingredients. A good chef’s knife is a great addition to your collection because of its comprehensive usefulness in the kitchen.

Paring knife
If you can only take one knife to a camping trip or picnic, then the paring knife is right for you. These knives are excellent for paring, slicing, and peeling. You can decide whether you need a serrated blade or a straight one, or you can just purchase one of each.

Utility knife
This is a versatile knife that is ideal for small mincing jobs like slicing shallots, herbs, or cleaning and cutting vegetables. The blade is longer and this knife is sleeker than a Chef’s knife making it great for smaller tasks.

Bread knife
Trying to cut through a soft loaf with a knife that isn’t serrated isn’t a good idea. You need a bread knife to slice through bread without tearing it apart. This type of knife has large serrations that slice through the bread but leaves the crumbs unharmed.

Steak knife
If you love steak, then you’ll know that the enjoyment of eating it is significantly reduced if you’re using the wrong knives. Make sure to invest in sharp and serrated steak knives to fully enjoy this delicious meat.

Fillet knife

A fillet knife is used for delicate fish and meat dishes and should have a thin blade for preparing these properly. Get the fillet knife, and understand how to use it to amplify your cooking.

Boning knife
This type of knife has a narrow and flexible blade with a tapered tip. This unique shape enables this knife to work easily around bones and causes minimal damage to the meat. This is not a must-have knife, but it’s useful if you are preparing a lot of the meat by yourself.

The cleaver is great to chop through a bone or big piece of meat or vegetables! This is a great knife for heavier work like cracking through lobster or for marrow bones.

Santoku knife
This is the Japanese chef’s knife. The hollow edge of this knife helps in creating pockets of air which do not let the thin or soft slices of food to stick to the knife. The Santoku knife has more of an up and down chopping mechanism compared to western knives which have a rocking chopping mechanism.

Cheese knife
Cheese knives are specially designed to ensure that cheese does not stick to the blades. If you love your cheese, then this is a must-have knife in your collection. You could even look at getting a knife set if you like a variety of cheese.

The above are the main type of knives, if you want to choose the right kitchen knife, It’s recommended to start with the types of knives in our website.    

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