Electric fillet knives are convenient to use, but you should really make sure you are handling it with the utmost care. Each fillet knife comes with express instruction on how you can most safely use it and you should, before even using the knife, take time to read this manual. You might just save yourself some time and suffering by being extra careful to read this. In case you haven’t read any safety tips here are a few you can follow:
Tips on cutting fish with an electric fillet
While cutting with an fillet knife the fish should always be taken by its head and placed on a cutting table. Now, turn on the power and start the electric fillet knife, next by giving a slit or gash into the top of the fish where gills are present; move the electric knife by the side of back bone until the blade reaches the tail of the fish.
Following that give a slight push on the flexible blade and move it along the back bone slicing along without disturbing the back bone.
Next, once you reach the tail of the fish, stop so that you can hold the fish by its end or tail.
After that, open the fish up, keep it on the table and then keep the blade under the skin of the fish.
Next slightly bend the blade on the rib cage of the fish to remove the tiny bones that were remaining in any additional pieces that you may have can be used for stock in any kind of fish soup that you’d like. You can then enjoy your fish wholeheartedly without getting stuck with lots of bones. Therefore, an Electric fillet knife can certainly make your life a lot easier; if you know how to use it properly.
Electric fillet knives are very sharp, so keep them away from young children. While cleaning the blade use some cotton with soap so that the blade doesn’t get damaged or rusted. Use gloves on both hands to prevent any accidents while cutting. Put on a guard on the handle so the any grease or other materials don’t make the handle slippery when holding
Always keep your electrical fillet knife razor-sharp, so that you need to saw the flesh. Go through the manual of the Electric fillet knives for proper handling and maintenance. Keep the cord in proper shape to prevent electrical shock.