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Beatin' my meat! user banned
25th Mar '13

This is Mjolnir:
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My new meat tenderizer!



So tonight I want to make a version of this:
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The directions say to grill the chicken buuuut we don't have a grill so I want to pan fry it. Can I use the meat tenderizer to flatten out the chicken? Will that make it taste weird? I have never used a meat tenderizer before and I am very excited to try it out!

user banned Due November 7; 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 26853 posts
25th Mar '13

That looks delicious.

Donna Jo Tanner 1 child; Beach Haven, New Jersey 6440 posts
25th Mar '13

You can use but just don't over do it or the chicken will be fragile and not look too nice lol.

user banned California 36390 posts
25th Mar '13
Quoting Jenna+1:" You can use but just don't over do it or the chicken will be fragile and not look too nice lol."


Do I use the flat side or the spiky side? I just want it to all be an even thickness so I just plan to use it on the "fat" side of the chicken breast.

user banned California 36390 posts
25th Mar '13
Quoting Smartass *Preggo!*:" That looks delicious."


Here is the recipe:
http://www.plainchicken.com/2012/10/queso-smothered-chicken.html



Please note, I have NEVER made this so I don't know if it's good. I use my own recipe and make rice instead of orzo and a different cheese sauce recipe.

Donna Jo Tanner 1 child; Beach Haven, New Jersey 6440 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Forrest Bondurant &hearts:</b>" Do I use the flat side or the spiky side? I just want it to all be an even thickness so I just plan to use it on the "fat" side of the chicken breast."</blockquote>




Use both sides, start with the spiked side a little but but that can put holes in the meat so only a light banging lol. Then use the flat side to make it even.