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The Jaccard meat tenderizer is the best tool for tenderizing steaks, chicken, pork and seafood. Much better than a mallet, this meat tenderizer (with its 45 razor-sharp blades) slices through the connective tissues found in meat which can sometimes cause it to be tough. Another advantage to tenderiz... See complete description »
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The Jaccard meat tenderizer is the best tool for tenderizing steaks, chicken, pork and seafood. Much better than a mallet, this meat tenderizer (with its 45 razor-sharp blades) slices through the connective tissues found in meat which can sometimes cause it to be tough. Another advantage to tenderizing like this is that it allows marinades and rubs to penetrate more deeply into the meat, flavoring it all the way through. It will also reduce cooking and grilling time - up to 40%. The new design of the Jaccard meat tenderizer allows you to remove the blade cartridge for easier cleaning.
this product received great reviews, but it's a lot more work than i thought. it's suppose to make tenderizing meats easier, but my arms hurt after awhile. easier to clean if you have a dishwasher, and i wasn't too happy with the design and condition of the product when i received it. the blades looked a little crooked for something brand new, and they were dusty. i had to wash several times before they were shiny. it would be better to have a safety lock "just in case"--for the price, it should have one.
Works wonderfully. I did have to re-read the directions for taking it apart the first two times I used the tenderizer. You must be careful not to go all the way through the meat..... those sharp pointed blades can bend slightly, causing the tips to catch on dish towel.
Make certain to only go half way through the thickness on each side; and then add your seasonings... let the steak sit or marinate for a short time.
The first time I used this product it "over tenderized" the steak and the meat ended up more "mushy" than tender. If used in moderation this tenderizer helps get marinade displaced throughout the meat better and does help make a relatively chewy piece of meat less so.
I recently purchased a Meat Tenderizer with the removable cartridge from the Food Network Store. It has a 45 blade removable cartridge that is easily removed for cleaning. To tell you the truth, I wish I had bought it a long time ago. I just love it! It works like a charm, and no more poking a piece of meat with a fork. The Meat Tenderizer takes less than a minute to do the job that used to take quite a bit longer, in addition to doing a more thorough job of tenderizing. The Food Network Store experience was a pleasure and I received the tenderizer very soon after I purchased it. I would definately give the Food Network Store a two thumbs up, and five stars to boot!
Great product. Works on all cuts of meat. very sharp blades require careful use.
You'll see chicken in the supermarket labeled as broiler-fryer, roaster, or stewing. These terms describe the size, not necessarily concrete rules for their best cooking method. You can stew, fry, or roast any size of chicken, though big roaster chickens can be a little difficult to broil.