500g MEATSOFT MEAT TENDERISER BRINE - Makes any Beef, Venison, or Roo Steak, or Pork & Lamb Chop so tender you can cut it with a fork! Resealable ziploc bag. Hydrate, moisten, and tenderise Steaks or Chops at the same time.
We also offer STEAKSOFT which is MEATSOFT plus GUNPOWDER SMOKED ACTIVATED RED GUM CHARCOAL PEPPER SALT RUB, which is especially designed for Beef Steaks.
MEATSOFT is a combination of MOIST MEAT BOMB Hydration Salts with 3 Natural Fruit extract enzyme meat tenderizers: Kiwi Fruit, Papaya, and Pineapple, to create a soft silent Fruit Enzyme explosion that will render Steaks and Chops soft and tender. No MSG.
The Fruit Enzymes help with your digestion and processing of meats. Papaya acts as a digestive enzyme for good Gut health.
- - Simply mix 1/3 cup with 2 cups water in a 1:6 ratio and submerge steaks.
Use any size scoop to mix 1 scoop MEATSOFT with 6 scoops water.
- Submerge in a container and put in fridge for 45-60 mins, or use less brine by submerging in a ziplock bag and squeeze out air.
- Take out of brine, rinse off with water, and pat dry.
- Grill, Reverse Sear, Fry, crumb into Schnitzel, or slice up & Stir Fry with veggies.
DO NOT INJECT INTO ROASTS OR BRISKETS AS IT WILL TURN THEM INTO MUSH IN A LONG LOWnSLOW COOK. STEAKSOFT & MEATSOFT contain powerful Fruit Enzymes that break down meat muscle fibres and is designed to be used only in a SHORT Brine of meat cuts. The meats have to be eaten straight away hot, as they go softer and wet in the fridge.
This quick Brining Tenderiser method only works with thinner cut meats like Steak, Schnitzels and Chops.
To moisten and tenderize large meats like a Beef Brisket, Inject with MOIST MEAT BOMB and water or Beef Broth.
Inject Pork Chunks with MOIST and your favourite marinade, the Boss uses Woolies 2ltr Orange Mango juice for sweet tasty Pulled Pork.
The Brining time limit of 45-60 mins depends on the quality, thickness and cooking method.
Brining longer than 60 mins is at your own risk, as the meat may fall apart due to the powerful Natural Fruit Enzymes at work.