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Thursday, October 15, 2015

0 48 Blade Meat Tenderizer

Improve flavor
Meat has always been expensive, and with prices soaring higher than ever, all you can do is buy the least expensive cuts and hope for the best. With our Professional Meat Tenderizer, you don't need to worry. Thanks to its 48 razor-sharp blades, our meat tenderizer cuts through the connective tissue that makes meat tough, to improve both its appearance and flavor! In short, it can transform a cheap cut into a juicy, pricey-looking one!
Juicier cuts
Ever wondered why steak is so juicy and tender in expensive restaurants? This is their best kept secret: tenderizing meat cuts retains juices, which makes for less shrinkage and fuller flavor!
Cook faster
Did you know that by tenderizing meat you can slash cooking time almost in half? Perfect for those big family dinners, when you have loads of dishes to prepare and cook -or even for those nights when come home from work exhausted, and spending an hour by the stove just sounds impossible.
Marinade made easy
Sure, we all love a good marinade. It adds flavor and moisture, but it also takes 6 to 8 hours -many chefs even recommend marinading the meat overnight. But who has the time? When you use our meat tenderizer, you allow the ingredients to really penetrate the meat. They'll be absorbed faster and better and you'll need to marinade only for a couple hours!
100% safe
Our professional meat tenderizer is dishwasher safe, and in compliance with FDA standard.


My thoughts
This is definitely a different take on tenderizing meat than the spikey mallet that I'd been using forever. Instead hitting it with a mallet tenderizer, this gadget
 
works with it's 48 pins that you press down into the meat by pressing down on the handle. It's actually very clever. I've used a fork to stab meat before seasoning
 
before and this is basically the same concept as that but much simpler and quicker.
It's a decent size and easy to grip and hold. For storage, there's a protective piece that fits over the blades. That is great, so I don't hurt myself rummaging through
 
my utensil drawer. I gave this a go with a couple different types of meat. I've always used some type of tenderizing method for pork and beef, but had never tried
 
chicken. This is so easy to use with chicken breast. It takes very little effort because you can use your own weight as downward pressure. The meats, including the
 
chicken turned out so good. The tiny holes allow your seasoning and marinade to get up in there and really get the flavor throughout the meat.
Product received in exchange for honest review. 

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