Make Your Own Chicken Cutlets How to Make Chicken Cutlets September 15, 2011 Share This link Make Your Own Chicken Cutlets 8 / 11 by Susannah Chen 5 Save 0 Favorite 2 Here's what that should look like. The resulting top and the bottom cuts should have approximately the same thickness. Previous 8 / 11 Next by Susannah Chen 5 Here's what that should look like. The resulting top and the bottom cuts should have approximately the same thickness. ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 2 Follow POPSUGAR Food Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Lee Brice Welcomes Second Son Red Carpet Trend Report: Kate and Gwyneth Know You Can Master These Trends No Problem Caleb Bankston Explains His Relationship with Survivor Villain Colton Cumbie Simon Cowell's Girlfriend Showered in Baby Gifts More News at PEOPLE.com 5 Health Benefits Of Peppermint Butter Cookies With Dried Cranberries and Roasted Pecans 8 Ridiculously Cheap Superfoods Less Than $1 Per Serving Creative Gift Card Ideas For The Folks Who Like To Shop For Themselves More News at HuffPost Taste Jon Stewart Destroys Arguments for Low Fast Food Wages McDonald's Advice to Employees: Tip Your Au Pair Starbucks to Unleash Its $450 Metal Gift Cards Owner Closes TX Restaurant for an 'Attitude Adjustment' More News at Eater popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsBed Bath & BeyondSimplehumanContainer StoreBodumStaubGraham and GreenAlfiKuhn Rikon Top Searcheskitchen tools and gadgetsseasoning cast irondeep freezerkitchen doorsthings to do in lakitchen textilesstainless steel cutlerysilicone spoon ChickenKnife SkillsMake Your OwnPoultrySlideshowButcheringKitchen BasicsChicken CutletsChicken Breast Link Love 20 top-rated restaurants across the country ZagatWatch Gordon Ramsay and the Swedish Chef's kitchen throwdown — DelishHow to get your hands on a bottle of the elusive Pappy Van Winkle — Grub StreetA beaut of a fruitcake — America's Test Kitchen FeedThe peel-less guide to peeling that orange — HuffPost TasteJon Stewart's hilarious take on the fast food wages strike — EaterHow America learned to embrace sushi — Food52Find out what kind of wine matches your personality — Yahoo! Shine 5 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! limelindsey 2 years I did this a few nights ago, but I had no idea that's what I was making! haha! I decided to grill and chicken breast and wanted them to cook quicker, so I did exactly this. It was delicious, btw. HaterTot 4 years I can see where you might think that though! Ice monger, Fish monger, cheese monger - all okay; meatmonger is another thing entirely! Oh, but @suzi's right - this is a great tip, and one I didn't know. I think I always used breasts and cutlets interchangeably in recipes in the past! But, I will be steering clear of any meatmongers :) POPSUGAR Food 4 years :o Yikes -- HaterTot you are right! suziryder 4 years Hah! Hatertot! I didn't know that, too funny. thanks for the tips, Yum. I hate how expensive chicken cutlets are! HaterTot 4 years Um, Yum, I don't think you know what "meatmonger" means. It's not a synonym for butcher. It actually is an antiquated, no-longer-in-use synonym for "wh*re-monger." It means "promiscuous man." I mean, I suppose it is possible that is what you meant - perhaps you know a lot more about your butcher than I know about mine! You Might Also Like consumerism Nov 06, 2013 Don't Tell Anyone: 11 Secret Starbucks Saving Tips Holiday Dec 05, 2013 101 Appetizers Perfect For Any Occasion celebrity chefs Oct 11, 2010 5 Things You May Not Know About Giada De Laurentiis Laptop Bags Jun 05, 2008 Someone Pooped Rainbows: New Laptop Sleeves From Barry's Farm!