Meat Tenderizer (48-blade) by Jaccard
The Jaccard Meat Tenderizer is easy to use and improves the taste and texture of any beef, fish, or poultry. Just push the tenderizer over top of meat and let the razor sharp stainless steel blades do the work. By tenderizing beef, chicken, pork, lamb, venison, or fish, food will marinate faster an... See complete description »
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The Jaccard Meat Tenderizer is easy to use and improves the taste and texture of any beef, fish, or poultry. Just push the tenderizer over top of meat and let the razor sharp stainless steel blades do the work. By tenderizing beef, chicken, pork, lamb, venison, or fish, food will marinate faster and cook in no time. For use on all cuts and grades of meat and can also be used on whole roasts, chickens, and turkeys. Ideal for use when grilling, barbecuing, roasting, broiling, braising, and baking.
This could make shoe leather tender, it's great.
This meat tenderizer is in a class by itself. It manages to tenderize a million times better than anything else I've tried without turning the meat into mush. I would definitely recommend spending the little bit of extra money to get the 48 blade over the 16 blade - it wil make your work much easier. I would recommend this meat tenderizer to everyone.
The best meat tenderizer, hands down
I DO THINK THAT IT IS A LITTLE PRICEY I WOULD NOT PART WITH IT . I WOULD LIKE TO GET ANOTHER ONE FOR A FRIEND, BUT LIKE I SAID [ CAN'T REALLY AFFORD IT ] IT REALLY WORKS , GREAT ON NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS, OR LESS TENDER CUTS OF MEAT. PUT THEM ON SALE AND I WILL BUY ANOTHER ONE THANK YOU HAROLD
I purchased the meat tenderizer recently and have used it a few times with very good results. I used it on a sirloin steak that I turned into a beef stroganoff with wonderful results--the meat was absolutly melt in your mouth tender. I would recomend this product.
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