Good Grips Meat Pounder by OXO
This dual-purpose tool tenderizes and makes medallions out of your favorite cuts of poultry, pork, veal and more. Use the wide, flat bottom to quickly and evenly flatten, and the tenderizing head on tougher, fibrous cuts of meat. Weighing in at a sturdy 2-lbs., it practically does the work for you w... See complete description »
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This dual-purpose tool tenderizes and makes medallions out of your favorite cuts of poultry, pork, veal and more. Use the wide, flat bottom to quickly and evenly flatten, and the tenderizing head on tougher, fibrous cuts of meat. Weighing in at a sturdy 2-lbs., it practically does the work for you with little effort, and the nonstick-coated surfaces clean up easily. A non-slip, heat-resistant handle cushions the impact and affords a firm grip.
A great improvement over the rolling pin. The large flat surface prevents divets in the meat, and it's weight helps. I also like that I can use lots of hot soapy water for cleaning without worrying about wood.
Perfect balance and weight. I love it.
The Oxo meat pounder is 'just right' for both my husband's hand and mine - he has short wide fingers and mine are long and slender. We both liked the feel of the grip which made pounding much easier. The weight is evenly distributed and it's just the right weight ... not too heavy, not too light. It thins the meat but doesn't mash or mush it. It's easy to clean but fitting it into the drawer for storage was interesting. We decided to leave it on the countertop instead. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Much easier and quicker to use than the old-fashioned mallet style.
heavy, easy to use with good results.
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