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Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer Mallet Review

I received the below mentioned complimentary product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are 100% my own

Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer Mallet Review

Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer Mallet Review There are 2 tools I use in my kitchen daily, my wooden spoon and my meat tenderizer mallet. My meat tenderizer I have had since I got married years ago it was large and extremely heavy. It worked really well but, pounding a cutlet resulted in a sore arm.

The Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer Mallet as you can see from the photo above is sleek and modern looking. It has a silicone handle that prevents slipping. It features a raised side for tenderizing and a flat side for pounding. What I love about it is it is perfectly weighted so the mallet does all the work and you don’t wind up with a sore arm.

My son’s favorite meal is Pork Schnitzel which requires the pork cutlets to be pounded thin it cost more to have the butcher do so I like to do them myself. The Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer did a fantastic job on all six (6) cutlets and they took no time at all to pound them thin.

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The meat tenderizer mallet works wonders on any type of meat. It’s perfect for chicken, beef, steak, deer meat and it even works on tough cuts of meat that are a lot cheaper in the store so it will pay for itself in no time.

Anytime I have leftover bread I like to make bread cubes which I use in many recipes. I season them to use as croutons and when I need bread crumbs for meat loaf , meat balls or a casserole topping the meat tenderizer mallet is perfect to crush up the bread cubes. You can also use it to crush nuts, hard candy, ice and even garlic. I have been known to use it to pound a nail in the wall in an emergency when I can’t find the hammer.

The Cave Tools Meat Tenderizer Mallet is dishwasher safe and another great feature it has a hook on the end so you can hang it up if you want to when you’re not using it.

One of the best features of any Cave Tool product is that they have a lifetime satisfaction guarantee If at any point you are unhappy with your meat tenderizer mallet you can return it for a full money back refund. So what do you have to lose? Order today

CLICK HERE to order a set from Amazon  or

CLICK HERE to order on Cave Tools – They accept Pay Pal on their site.

 

FREE Howard and the Amazing Eye Exam Kids Book

FREE Howard and the Amazing Eye Exam Kids Book

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This charming story is about Howard the Hedgehog. Howard is Star Student this week and is excited to tell his classmates all about his first trip to the eye doctor. From a fun puppet show to cool 3-D glasses, Howard shows the class that visiting the eye doctor isn’t scary at all. It’s a lot of fun!

 

 

 

FREE Ultimate Guide of Southern Cooking and Southern Comfort Food Cookbook

FREE Ultimate Guide of Southern Cooking and Southern Comfort Food Cookbook

CLICK HERE to download a FREE Ultimate Guide of Southern Cooking and Southern Comfort Food Cookbook.

They have some great recipes in the book like:

Chicken Fried Steaks:

1 cup canola oil for frying

1 large egg

1¾ cups buttermilk (divided use)

½ cup + 2 tablespoons flour

2 cube steaks (weighing about ½ pound total)

Seasoned salt to taste (or regular salt) Pepper, to taste Directions: 1. First, make the chicken fried steak. Add the canola oil to a heavy cast iron skillet and heat it over medium-high heat. In a shallow bowl, beat together the egg and ½ cup of buttermilk. In another bowl, add ½ cup of the flour. Season both sides of the cube steaks with seasoned salt (or regular salt) and pepper. . Dip the steaks in the flour, shake off the excess, and then dip them in the egg-buttermilk mixture. Dip them again in the flour mixture and press the flour into the steak to get a good coating. Check the temperature of the oil by sprinkling in a pinch of flour: you want it to sizzle and float.

Once the oil is hot (about 325-350°F), gently add the steaks. Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side. When the steaks are golden brown and crispy, remove from oil and keep them warm in a low oven.

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