BBC Good Food - - Test Kitchen -

Once you start us­ing kitchen scis­sors you’ll won­der how you coped with­out them. Not only are they use­ful for open­ing pack­ag­ing, they're a great way to cut cer­tain in­gre­di­ents with­out the need for a chop­ping board and knife (great when cook­ing with kids). They're use­ful for snip­ping herbs, and cut­ting through ba­con and pizza.


The han­dles should be big enough for every­one in the house­hold's hands, and com­fort­able enough that pro­longed use won't rub and lead to cal­luses.


It’s im­por­tant that the scis­sors aren’t stiff to open and close.


Kitchen scis­sors should be sharp enough to cut through both soft and hard in­gre­di­ents with rel­a­tive ease.

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