Meat Tenderizer (45-blade) by Jaccard
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.
Easy use as I have artheritis in my hands Meat is tenderized but not torn
I did think it was a little expensive, however, after trying it I am thrill with it. I used it on boneless, skinless chicken breasts. I pierced it (but only half way though the chicken) twice on each side (different areas to cover the entire area). Then marinated them for an hour. It was so moist and tender. So much more than when I pierce it with a fork and marinate it. So pleased with this purchase. Well worth the money. Sturdy and well made. Very sharp so keep it in the case when not in use.
It really does the job, but you have to be careful. The blades are extremely sharp, and can bend if you don't pay attention.
I recommend this Tenderizer. It gets the job done without a huge machine. The blades are sharp! It feels good in your hand..
worth half of retail price
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