Loen 48-blade Meat Tenderizer Meat Neddle (White)

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  • This professional-grade tool, with stainless-steel prongs to break down tough meat fibers, provides controlled, uniform meat tenderizing. You can also use it to pierce meats before they're marinated so flavors penetrate deeply. It provides precise control when the tenderizer's handle is pushed down, so the prongs pass through the holes and into the meat. When you release downward pressure, the handle springs up again, poised to tenderize another section with the same smooth, uniform action. This durable, heavy-duty tool will last a lifetime. It's dishwasher-safe, too. Our Professional Meat Tenderizer will improve the texture and taste of poultry, fish and beef, while also hastening the marinating and cooking time.
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    Loen 48-blade Meat Tenderizer Meat Neddle (White)
    Helps reduce cooking time by up to 40 percent; helps meats cook more evenly by reducing shrinkage
    Achieve better cooking results from less expensive cuts of meat with the multi-blade hand-held meat tenderizer
    Tiny heat channels are created without changing shape or appearance of meat, resulting in faster penetration of marinades
    Razor sharp knife blades cut through connective tissues that make meat tough
    Made of white ABS plastic
    Item Height:
    1.5 inches
    Item Length:
    5.8 inches
    Item Weight:
    0.63 pounds
    Item Width:
    4 inches
    Package Height:
    1.6 inches
    Package Length:
    6.1 inches
    Package Weight:
    0.65 pounds
    Package Width:
    4.6 inches
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Recent User Reviews

  1. heidicookssuppe
    "Mine is a different brand but looks the same--a GREAT tool to have!"
    Pros - far superior to just pounding, enhance marinade penetration, REALLY cubes the meat
    Cons - The only way to clean it effectively is in a dishwasher--too sharp to clean by hand
    Alton Brown talked about the joys of a 48-blade cutter like this for turning cheap, tough pieces of beef into actually cubed meat -- meat that's perforated to make it tender.  So I bought one with good reviews on Amazon and now can't imagine being without it.  

    It's very simple to use.  Simply press down and the 48 blades cut through the meat, piercing connective tissue as it goes.  Using this and a mallet turns a tough chunk of london broil into an easy-to-chew cutlet. 48-blades plus a mallet turn a boneless pork loin chop into tender schnitzel.  Pierced meat soaks up marinades like a sponge!

    So, although I can't vouch for the quality of this one since I have a different brand that looks and cost about the same, I can vouch for the wonderful untility of this tool!


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