This post is coming before Wednesday’s post for a reason, and you will just have to wait until Wednesday to find out what the recipe will be. Trust me, it’s a good one and calls for everyone’s favorite condiment. I thought this was a neat trick you can do when a recipe calls for ground chicken.
I admit, that I have a meat grinder attachment for my Kitchen Aid mixer and I NEVER use it. Got it for a gift from someone years back. This is just so much easier and MUCH easier to clean. Have you ever tried to clean one of those meat grinder attachments? It’s not fun.
The recipe calls for two chicken breasts. Mine were about medium sized. Cut the chicken breasts into cubes and just simply pulverize the chicken until it looks like the picture above this. And there you have it, ground chicken.Print
How to Grind Chiken in a Food Processor
- 2 to 3 medium sized chicken breasts, cut into to large chunks
- salt and pepper to taste
- In a food processor, pulse the chicken until it resembles ground chicken.