Friday, March 30, 2018

Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer Review and Recipe

I have another great kitchen gadget to share with you from Cave Tools. I love kitchen gadgets so I am always excited to get to try out new ones like this nifty Meat Tenderizer.

This Stainless Steel 48 Blade Meat Tenderizer is the perfect way to break down tougher cuts of meat, tenderize steaks and inject some marinade directly into your roasts. It's also a lot of fun to use! The blades are super sharp so you don't need to put a lot of pressure when compressing. Little effort means less fatigue on your hands. It also has a plastic protective cover to ensure the blades are covered and the product is safe. As usual this tool is dishwasher safe, one of my favorite things about Cave Tools products. It is also very affordable at only $15! If you are a meat eating family like mine is, than this is a must have in your kitchen arsenal.

Check out my juicy steak tenderized to perfection and seasoned with some smoked Serrano pepper salt, delicious.

Pan-Seared Steak

1 Steak, any cut. I am telling you this meat tenderizer will make the cheapest cuts of meat taste amazing.
Baker & Olive Smoked Serrano Pepper Salt or another seasoning of your choice. I also like using Cajun seasoning on my steaks.
2 tbs. Butter
Olive Oil

Prepare your steak by using Cave Tools 48 Blade Meat Tenderizer on both sides. Don't go crazy mashing up the meat just lightly inject the blades to soften it up a bit. Coat both sides of steak with a bit of olive oil and then season with your seasoning of choice, liberally on both sides. You need a cast iron skillet for this recipe. Heat your oven to 450. Heat your skillet on medium high heat on the stove. Place steaks in pan and sear for 2 minutes. Flip steak over and place skillet in oven for approximately 7 minutes. Lower the stovetop heat to medium low. Remove pan from oven, (be careful, cast iron gets hot! and place back on stovetop. Flip steak and top with butter making sure to tilt the pan as the butter melts so that it reaches all parts of the steak. Cook an additional 2 to 4 minutes depending on how you like your steak. You can pull out your Cave Tools Instant Read Digital Cooking Thermometer. I like my steak around 155 degrees, a nice medium. Remove your steak when it is about 5 degrees under your desired temperature and let rest as it will continue to cook to your desired taste.

You can get your hands on Cave Tools Stainless Steel 48 Blade Meat Tenderizer on Amazon and the Cave Tools website. Use the code TENDER15 for 15% off your purchase.  

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or PR company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by  anyone.

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