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Bestselling Stainless-Steel Seasoning Injector with Marinade Needles-Large 2-Ounce Capacity

by Epica
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  • High grade stainless steel, withstands heavy pressure
  • Penetrates even the toughest cuts of meat
  • Includes two 6" needles for liquids and solids
  • Removable lid for easy filling - Dishwasher safe
  • Large 2 Oz Capacity minimizes the need for refilling

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00CXACVYI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (312 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,839 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Product Description

It's time for your Inner BBQ King or Queen to Come Alive!

If you've been trying forever to coax delicious flavors from your large cuts of meat, then you're going to love...

The Epica Marinade Injector!

Cheap, flimsy plastic marinade injectors just don't cut it. And neither does the old "rub and drip" marinade method.

Now you can have moist, succulent, mouthwatering, juicy meat flavor that is only achieved by complete penetration of your marinade into every fiber and cell of your meat.

You will love:

• The Feel of Using The Surgical, Beautifully Machined Precision of the Epica Marinade Injector
• The One-piece, stainless steel needles that eliminate any risk of "losing" the needle in the meat!
• The Secure, Sturdy, 3-ring handle that injects marinade into the meat without flexing or breaking
• That it Fills Easy and has a removable, 2 oz. capacity lid

The Epica Marinade Injector...

• Is a Superior Quality, Precision Product made from heavy-duty, durable stainless steel
• Comes with two sturdy 6" needles, 1 for liquid marinades and
• The other for injecting minced herbs, onions and garlic into your meat
• Has Needle Threads that are smooth, well machined and attach easily and securely

Your reign as the King or Queen of the Kitchen or BBQ pit has begun!

Order Now!

Your Epica Marinade Injector comes with a lifetime, 100% guaranteed warranty!


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very well made and a high quality product.
Toppro
My significant other loves the Epica 2-Ounce Stainless-Steel Seasoning Injector with Marinade Needles because they were very easy to use and they are also very sturdy.
love2shop
I smoke meat weekly and this injector works on chicken, beef and pork.
COOK52

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dave Edmiston TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 8, 2013
This kitchen device looks like something out of Little Shop of Horrors, but it's actually a fantastic way to inject flavors and moisture into large cuts of meat.

This comes with two large needles (6" long). One needle is solid with a hole in the angled tip (just like a syringe) and one with a series of holes throughout. You insert the needle into the meat and then press the plunger down as you slowly withdraw the needle. To fully infuse the meat, you need to inject it over and over, from different angles. It really is a great way to make an incredibly moist turkey or chicken. It's also an easy way to get marinades under the skin of the bird if you like to season your poultry that way. Just be careful not to inject it too many times, because you'll damage the meat.

The injector comes apart and is pretty simple to clean. If your needles are clogged with chunks of seasoning (herbs, garlic, etc.), then just fill the body of the injector with warm soapy water and squirt it through the needle until it's clean.

Remember that the #1 most important factor in retaining the juices in your meat is to let it rest after you cook. Letting the meat rest for at least ten minutes lets the muscle fibers in the meat relax, and the juices are soaked up from the cells in between the fibers back into the fibers themselves. With the juices soaked back in, the juices stay in the meat after you cut it. Otherwise, the free juices in between will just spill out when you cut it.

If you love to cook, try something different and give this injector a try.

I was provided this item for review.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By kay swederski on July 11, 2013
I love to cook and bake but I am no good on the Grill ~ that is Rex's job and we have found a lot of time if you use rub or sauce on the meat it burns and doesn't taste as good. We want good flavor through out what we cook. Recently I received a Stainless-Steel Seasoning Injector. I can't tell you what difference that has made. You can inject the flavor right into the meat. It is dishwasher safe and easy to wash even by hand.

First being stainless steel it can with stand heavy pressure - I can use it on all types of meat and not worry about the needle breaking. It can penetrate the toughest cuts of meat. It is easy to fill with a removable lid. I like that it has the 3-ring handle it gives you a secure grip. It hold two ounces of marinade so you don't have to refill as often.

The Seasoning Injector also comes with two needles that are 6″ long so you can send the flavor deep into the meat. One is for liquid marinades and the other one has a larger hole which allows you to used minced herbs, onions and garlic.

Here is the marinade I used this weekend for a pork roast

Asian Pork Marinade

1/2 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup sake
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon chili sauce
1 garlic clove, minced
1 pinch ginger
1/4 cup pineapple juice (orange would be ok to)

Mix all together and then inject into the pork ~ would be great on beef or chicken also.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Margaret Picky TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 4, 2013
This marinade injector from Epica is made of stainless steel, which I much prefer over a plastic syringe. It's also very heavy-duty and weighs about eleven ounces with the needles. It has a comfortable triple ring handle for accurate and easy injection and aspiration and holds a full 2 oz. of marinade.

There are two needles, one with a larger bore and a single large end opening that is about 5 in. long and one with nine peripheral openings at about 5 1/2 in. long. Both have knurled grips and silicone gaskets to prevent leaks under high pressure. To clean, just immerse in hot soapy water.

If you have never used a marinade syringe, you will be surprised at what a difference it makes in both flavor and moistness, especially for grilling and smoking outdoors. There are simple instructions and tips included on a reference card. Use the search term "injection recipe" to find wonderful flavor combinations for marinades. Any recipe with butter will be remarkable and it's fun to experiment with wine-based marinades and even plain beer for chicken.

This injector can also be used to make spiked watermelons for summer parties—but please don't say I said so!

A sample was provided for unbiased review.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amanda at TemporaryWaffle on June 27, 2013
The Epica seasoning injector is a descent product if you're not looking for top quality. The needle said for sucking up liquid marinades didn't want to work for me. I followed the vacuum sucking directions and the little holes throughout the needle made the liquid not able to suck up well. So I switched to using the other needle, made for thicker marinades, like minced garlic of onion, and it worked much better in sucking up the liquid. I stabbed the hunk of meat and pushed the marinade into it, finding it to be a lot more difficult then I imagined. You have to apply a good amount of force to get that thing in! lol. My husband, who is the chef in our family, feels like, although the metal feels heavy, it seems cheaply made...and that the parts that are made connected to each other, feel loose and clunky, much like they don't fit solidly. He says he wouldn't spend more then $10 on this product. In the end, all that really matters is the difference in your meat and how it turns out. Mine turned out great so the injector must have done something good! :) The meat came out perfectly seasoned and tender.

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