Naturally tender cuts of meat tend to be more expensive. If you want to serve tasty meat on a budget, tenderizing might be your solution.
There are many ways to tenderize tough meat before cooking it, which include pounding, scoring, soaking in a marinade and sprinkling it all over with a powdered meat tenderizer. All of these methods have the same goal in mind: Break down the dense, tough muscle fibers and the protein that binds them.
The Kuuk Meat Tenderizer’s blades cut through connective tissues that can make meat tough. It is the easiest and most cost efficient way to make your meat more tender and flavorful. Also when you use the 48 Blade Meat Tenderizer, you allow your marinade ingredients to really penetrate the meat.
This high quality kitchen tool is made of FDA compliant and stainless steel metal components and dishwasher safe!
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!
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.
- Improves less expensive cuts of meat by slicing through the connective tissue that can make meat tough.
- Reduces cooking time up to 40% and allows the meat to cook more evenly.
- Retains juices and so reduces shrinkage whilst enhancing the flavor.
- Decreases marinade time allowing flavor to penetrate the meat.
- FDA compliant and dishwasher safe.
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