It's easy to buy store-bought chicken cutlets (usually labeled "thin-cut breast"), but you pay a premium because the butcher department does all the work for you. Follow these steps to make your own cutlets and save yourself money!

By Rachael Ray Every Day
November 01, 2005
chicken 1

Place a skinless, boneless chicken breast on a cutting board and, using a long, sharp knife, slice horizontally into the thicker side of the breast.

chicken 2

As you cut, open the breast a bit to check your progress, then keep cutting until you've reached the other side.

chicken 3

Voila: two flat chicken cutlets.