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Meat Tenderizers

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Pineapple and raw papaya are excellent meat tenderizers pineapple and papaya used as meat tenderizer.

About Recipe

How to make Meat Tenderizers

(10 ratings)
72 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
40 mins
Meat Tenderizers
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Lamb
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 06, 2019


Ingredients used in Meat Tenderizers
• Raw pineapple - 1 number.
• Raw papaya - 1 number.
• Meat - 2 cups.
Method:
  • Meat tenderizers are proteolytic Enzymesor proteases, enzymes specialized in breaking the peptide bonds between amino acids found in complex proteins.
  • Meat is held together by a complex protein called collagen and aside from mechanical tenderization and cooking, enzymes are the only other available meat tenderizers.
  • Meat is often tenderized before cooking, to make it less tough and more suitable for consumption.
  • Cut the pineapple and raw papaya and transfer into a blender and make it into a fiine paste.
  • apply to the meat and mariante it for 3 to 4 hours.





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fancy nahar Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

awesome

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spiritlite Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

thanks for the easy tips .

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Lunaris19 Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

Your greatest achievement in life! XD

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kingnek Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

will the meat have a pineapple taste?

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SouthernSky Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

Lemon juice always do

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?????? Rourba Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

Put garlic on the meat makes it tender too. ! Nice tip and thanks for sharing.

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bigtonutz Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

good info chef thanks for sharing

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ritutulsian Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

if we don't get raw papaya...can we use only the juice of pineapple??...pls reply

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VahChef Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

processed juices don't work

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kyisoehan Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

ah...... I see! what an insight! thank you master.

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davyse Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

:) thanks! I actually just started training to be a shop butcher and have been wondering about just this :D so thanks a lot, but I wonder will it flavor the meat? (i don't get to cook much yet but I'm hoping to try more of your fantastic loo

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Veena KG Posted on Wed Jun 10 2009

Awesome tip Chef

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