If you really want to inject great flavor into your meats, this is the way to do it. The GrillPro Marinade Injector is for injecting flavor and marinades into meat. This allows you to penetrate deep into a meat for a flavor and spice that you can taste all the way through. This marinade injector has a graduated injection chamber and a stainless steel injector tip. For ease of cleaning it disassembles .
- Stainless steel injector tip
- Graduated injection chamber
- Disassembles for cleaning
- Allows you to penetrate deep into the meat
- Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 x 10 inches ; 1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B001HUQKUG
- Item model number: 14950
Average Customer Review (53 customer reviews)
Does the job..., By Tom D 'Tom'
January 14, 2013
Easy to clean. many ports for injection. Ships fast.Easy to take apart and put back togther. Ports are large enough that you can add seasonings to your injections.
Great Success!!!, By John Doe
June 19, 2013
I have used this injector three times with great success! It has been used on a whole pig and two pork shoulders with a brine and basting mix respectivly. It is sharp, and has three holes in the needle which I'm on the fence about. It's recommended that when 'injecting' insert deep, and while injecting, pull out slowly. With the three openings the pulling out part get's messy once the top hole is exposed. Aside from that, it's a great meat injector. It breaks down nicely to clean and for my brines/basting fluids it's generally a mix of apple juice/cider/water/brown sugar/white sugar/black pepper/cayanne/cumin/worcester mix. I also use a small spray bottle similar to
Worth the extra few bucks., By Andrew J. Tuerck
April 28, 2013
You get what you see here, but the main difference is build quality. The smartest part to this injector is the way the injecting plunger is held in by the top red piece which is threaded on - this prevents your marinade from shooting out the top of you use a little too much pressure while injecting into the meat. Use the cheap injectors that comes with the cajun marinade and you'll see what I mean.