What is…The best way to chop chocolate?

There’s one super easy tip that’ll stop chunks of chocolate flying everywhere when you chop it  – it’s not just me, right?

Instead of using a straight knife, use a bread knife, particularly when cutting through large blocks. The serrated edge reduces resistance, making the cut less jerky and difficult. Keep the tip of the knife on your chopping board using your spare hand as you cut down. No more three-second-rule-floor chocolate. (Sorry. Ew.)

See also: how to rescue “seized” chocolate.

3 thoughts on “What is…The best way to chop chocolate?

  1. Hannah Jade says:

    Oh, no, I did too! Watching their faces was amusing, due to aforementioned tongue confusion 🙂

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