tenderiser


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Synonyms for tenderiser

a substance (as the plant enzyme papain) applied to meat to make it tender

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Completely out of the blue, Evans attacked Mr Wong from behind with the meat tenderiser.
5BUT Pineapple is a great meat tenderiser, so you shouldn't have too much of it or your mouth, lips, tongue and cheeks may become tender.
Despite popular belief, chemicals such as alcohol, meat tenderiser, ammonia or baking soda should not be applied, as they only encourage more discharge by the nematocysts.
Police described a mur-der which involved one blow from a meat tenderiser as a "heart-wrenching" case which left no winners.
Put the steak between 2 sheets of clingfilm and flatten with a rolling pin or meat tenderiser until 1cm thick.
A meat tenderiser had been recovered by police following the incident, the prosecution said.
It can also act as a tenderiser, preservative or natural thickener particularly in the savoury sector.
Agents removed a meat tenderiser and barbecue skewers from his apartment, one floor down from where the girl lived with her father.
He attacked Irene Henderson, 73,in her home in Fairfield Road,Ainsdale, with hammers and a meat tenderiser, causing her lasting brain damage, a fractured cheekbone and damaging her eyes and an ear.
You'd have to have had your tongue flattened with a meat tenderiser to get it so wrong, but there they were throwing their hands up in surprise after convincing themselves that Stork was in fact butter.
This is why, in Hawaii and the islands of Micronesia, pineapple pulp is used as a meat tenderiser.
Proceeding | room armed with a wooden meat tenderiser.
Amchoor is used as a souring agent and meat tenderiser in Indian cookery.
A meat tenderiser was recovered by police after the incident on June 9.