Summer is just around the corner, so it's time to prepare for BBQ season! Whether you're a seasoned griller or a novice, marinating meat is vital in creating delicious meals. But marinating can be a messy process, especially when you're dealing with pre-packaged meats. That's why Capt Steve's Meat Marinator Kit is here to help!
What Is The Capt Steve's Meat Marinator?Capt Steve's Meat Marinator creates a resealable port on pre-packaged meat containers so that you can inject, brine, and season meat without making a mess. When you use this meat marinator, all the flavorful marinades stay in the sealed meat package to reduce the risk of leaking. Cut meal prep time in half by popping on a Capt Steve's Meat Marinator instead of opening meat packaging.
How To Use The Capt Steve's Meat MarinatorUsing Capt Steve's Meat Marinator is easy! You must attach it to any pre-packaged meat container and inject your favorite marinade into the port. Once you've injected your marinade, seal the port and let your meat sit overnight or longer for maximum flavor. When it comes time to grill, all you have to do is open up the container and cook as usual - no mess required!
Tips For Making Delicious BBQ MealsNow that you know how to use Capt Steve's Meat Marinator Kit, here are some tips for making delicious BBQ meals this summer:
- Experiment with different marinades - try different combinations of spices and herbs until you find something that stands out!
- Don't forget about side dishes - grilled vegetables are always a great addition to any BBQ meal.
- Let your meats rest before serving - letting your meats rest after cooking will help keep them juicy and flavorful.
Need Some Help Switching it up? Try These RecipesIf you're looking for some BBQ recipes to try this summer, here are a few of our favorites:
- Hawaiian Pulled Pork - Try marinating your pork shoulder in pineapple juice and soy sauce with a touch of honey for a sweet and savory Hawaiian-style dish.
- Barbecue Beef Sandwiches - Marinate flank steak in a mixture of Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, and smoked paprika for a fantastic sandwich.
- Teriyaki Burgers - Marinate ground beef in a sweet and savory teriyaki sauce for an Asian-inspired twist on classic burgers.-
- Grilled Chicken & Veggies Kabobs - Marinate chicken, peppers, onions, and zucchini in olive oil and fresh herbs for an easy but flavorful meal.
- Sweet & Sour Pork - Marinate pork loin with a mixture of ketchup, honey, brown sugar, and soy sauce for an Asian-inspired dish that's sure to be a hit.