Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Virtues of a Good Meat Mallet



Keeping in mind my "Schnitzel Week," I thought I would share this video showing various uses of a meat mallet, particularly, this "antique" one. 


ANTIQUE??? I bought this one, "Made in Italy," brand new! I'm not that old....am I? He's older than I am! Well, ego aside, a good meat mallet is very handy. It is essential to turning tough cuts of meat into something special, like schnitzel!

5 comments:

  1. I bought a used one of the same mallet at an estate sale this past Friday (8/15).

    Do you know what the side with the single ridge would be for? I'm guessing to break bones. Did your new one come with info on that?

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    1. Congratulations on your score! I really never knew what the single ridge was for, but breaking bones sounds right! It's also good for shellfish! When I purchased mine, it did not come with any information. Now you can try some of my excellent recipes for schnitzel! Bon appetit!

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