Master Your Kitchen with MasterChef Knives*! 

Knives are a valuable culinary tool and a staple in every kitchen. Through April 18th, 2020, or while supplies last, you can start your MasterChef Knife collection by using your AdvantEdge Rewards points! Redeem your points for brand new professional kitchen knives including a utility knife, small or large santoku knife, steak knife, cook’s knife or bread knife. Once your MasterChef Knives* are ready for action in your kitchen, here are a few different ways to use them to prepare everyday meals. 

As temperatures outside become warmer and more produce items reach their peak season, fruit salad is an excellent option for a side dish or healthy snack. The MasterChef Utility Knife is an all-purpose knife that’s best for chopping fruits and veggies among other ingredients like garlic, onions and delicate herbs. Use the MasterChef Utility Knife to effortlessly slice strawberries, kiwis, bananas and oranges to serve up this bright and refreshing Citrusy Fruit Salad.

The broad, sharp blade on the MasterChef Cook’s Knife adds ease to a variety of everyday kitchen duties, from chopping herbs and vegetables to prepping meats. For an easy weeknight meal or a stunning entrée for any gathering, try prepping this Ithaca-Style Chicken dish. Use the MasterChef Cook’s Knife to cut the red and green onions, cheese and corn kernels from the cob, then use it to slice and serve the crisp, juicy grilled chicken.

Santoku knives are best for more refined slicing, and a recipe like Bouillabaisse, a traditional fish stew, contains elements such as fennel, leeks, garlic and fish fillets that require intricate cuts. If you redeem the MasterChef Large or Small Santoku Knife, use it to slice these ingredients for a delicious classic seafood dish. And if you have the MasterChef Bread Knife handy, use it to slice the baguette slices that soak up all of the rich, succulent flavors.

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*MasterChef TV series range of knives

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