MIU France Stainless Steel Rolling Meat Tenderizer
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- Rolling meat tenderizer works quickly and easily
- 5 ultra-sharp cutting blades break down tough meat tendons
- Polished 18/10 stainless-steel housing protects fingers
- Blade component removes for dishwasher cleaning
- Measures 7 by 2 by 3 inches; lifetime warranty
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Roll this compact 18/10 stainless steel mincer over meat, and five ultra-sharp blades break down the tendon quickly into soft tender meat. Smooth housing protects fingers and is easy to hold. Blade component is removable for cleaning. Dishwasher safe. 7"L x 2"W x 3"H.
MIU France makes kitchen tools that combine style and function. This meat tenderizer is practically a work of art, made from 18/10 stainless steel in a highly polished finish that not only looks right at home in a modern kitchen but is quite durable. The stainless-steel housing protects hands and fingers from the five saw-like blades studded with ultra-sharp teeth. When the blades are rolled over raw meat, the sharp teeth cut through connective tissue to make inexpensive cuts of meat more tender. After use, the blade component removes for easy cleaning in the dishwasher. Great as a gift, the rolling meat tenderizer measures 7 by 2 by 3 inches and is covered by a lifetime warranty. --Ann Bieri
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A couple of previous reviews which I read prior to purchase provided clues that this product was not a MIU France item, but I ordered it anyway because of good success with Amazon on past purchases. Upon receipt, I gave the item the once over. 1) Visual Inspection --- Packaging: No MIU identification on packaging. Instructions/Users Guide/Warranty: No paperwork at all included with this item. Item proper: Item was not badged in any way--No MIU logo or MIU trademark and no part number anywhere on the item. Only label was a "Made In China" stick-on label. 2) Functional Check --- The roller shaft (that supposedly doubles as the roller blade retention mechanism in no way performs its intended function. The safety flange does not fully engage in the locking clip and thus the shaft rotates freely and quickly migrates out of the assembly unless you deliberately apply heavy pressure to keep the lock somewhat engaged--even knowing the problem, I could not always keep the shaft in the housing assembly. This is a SAFETY PROBLEM. Blade assembly could easily become completely disengaged from the housing and cause personal injury to hands and/or feet if it rolled off the countertop. 3) Operation --- The item does a good job at tenderizing thin cuts of meat.
I do not personally believe that what I received is a true MIU France product or a product built (outsourced) to their design and build specs. The actual MIU France item may be of superior quality as they are widely known, but I wouldn't know.
Like previous reviewers say, this thing works best on thinner cuts. But the thing it has over all of the other tenderizers out there, is that there's no "pounding" involved. Even with the spring-loaded gizmos, there was still lots of "slamming the tenderizer into the meat" going on. If it's only one steak, that's ok. If you're preparing for a family, that could wear yer arm out quick. With this thing, it works with the same motions as used with a Pizza Cutter. Just push it back & forth across the meat a few times, turn the meat & run it the other direction...creating a criss/cross pattern...flip the meat over & repeat. Takes about 5 seconds per side for a decent sized steak.
As a previous reviewer says, if ya wanna include seasoning in/on your meat, apply it before you tenderize. I'll add a step to that. Wet the meat down just a bit. I take a handful of water, pour it over the steak, and rub it around to get the whole thing wet. Then just add the seasoning, and immediately run the tenderizer over it. This lets the seasoning "soak" into the meat a bit.
The only thing that I think needs a little design work is the whole handle thing. It is not very compfortable to hold and difficcult to see your work on smaller cuts of meat. Not sure what I would change, but there is an opportunity to improve it.
I thought there was a flaw in the design. The pin that holds the wheel is too short and tends to slip out of the hole designed to keep the wheel in place. Also the latching mechanism for this pin did not work. The end of the pin could not be pressed into the locking loop. I was able to use the product for what I was doing but correcting these flaws would make this product even better.
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