Different Types of Kitchen Knives

Knives can be said the most important tool in kitchen, and they can be used for almost any food preparation, from slicing onions to slaughtering beef, or from opening oysters and slicing bread. However, there are different types of kitchen knives designed for different purposes. In this guide, we will introduce the types of knives and their uses so that you can find the right choice for your needs.


  1. Chef Knives

This is the best knife you should have. They are versatile knives that can be used for a variety of cutting tasks. A chef's knife has a wide blade that gradually becomes a point. The upper part of the blade is good for some preparation such as chopping, mincing and slicing.


  1. Utility Knives

Utility knives are a mix of slicing knife and paring knife. They feature a scalloped edge with a blade slightly longer than a standard paring knife. A sharp box cutter is great for cutting fruits and vegetables, and they're ideal for preparing food.


  1. Bread Knives

Bread knives are designed for cutting different types of bread, and they feature serrated blades which are used to cut through crisp crusts. Most bread knives have an offset handle to prevent the user's knuckles from hitting the cutting board.


  1. Paring Knives

Paring knives are also versatile that can be used for many food preparations, from peeling vegetables and cutting fruit to shucking shrimp and cutting cheese.


  1. Butcher Knives

Butcher knives are usually used to break down cuts of meat or trim fat. This type of knife has a slight arc, which helps to cut through the meat. Many types of butcher knives also feature an angular edge to the edge, allowing you to easily cut through the meat without tearing or shredding the product.


  1. Slicing Knives

Featuring a long, straight blade, the slicing knife is designed to cut cooked meats such as smoked ham, roast Turkey or sirloin steak. These knives usually have a long blade with a rounded tip. Many meat cleavers also have granton edges, which prevent the meat from tearing while cutting.


  1. Santoku Knives

Santoku knives have a similar shape and structure to chef's knives. In addition, they can be used like chef's knives for various cooking tasks such as chopping, slicing and dicing.


After introducing all these versatile and beautiful knives, you may wonder where can you get these knives. EUNA, being your the sweetest friend ever, has already prepared a range of knives that satisfy your needs!


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