Rosle Marinade Injector : Add flavorful marinades directly into beef, chicken, turkey, pork and more of your meat and poultry favorites. Rosle Marinade Injector holds up to 2.1-oz. of marinade in the durable plastic syringe marked with both fluid ounce and milliliter increments. The German-engineered 18/10 stainless-steel needle safely locks in place and is rust-resistant, completely hygienic and food-safe. Flavor injector syringe needle and parts disassemble for easy cleaning and are dishwasher-safe. Rosle or "Little Rose" is located in Marktoberdorf, Germany, in the Bavarian Alps. Founded in 1888, the family-owned Rosle metal crafting and engineering company began producing professional culinary utensils and tools in 1920. Today's Rosle barbecue accessories continue in the Rosle tradition of premium quality, function and design in every product. Product Features Directly injects marinades into all types of meats and poultry to intensify flavors Easy, one-hand operation Rosle marinade injector holds up to 2.1 oz. marinade Syringe measurement markings in fluid ounces and milliliters Superior-grade 18/10 polished stainless-steel and durable plastic construction Stainless-steel is hygienic, completely food-safe and resists rust and corrosion Detachable 3"L stainless-steel needle includes a quick lock feature German engineering adds modern aesthetics to cooking and outdoor barbecuing Cap/plunger assembly and injector needle unscrew for easy cleanup Includes plastic tip protector Dishwasher-safe; hand washing recommended Lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects
This marinade injector holds more marinade than any other on the market. The pointed tip allows for rapid penetration and depth, to inject the marinade. The plunger is tight inside the tube, not allowing it to leak marinade out of the top. The cleaning is easy, hot water and dish soap. Try and use a toothpick and canned air to clean inside the hollow tip, I found that this works great! A must for any cook! That means Moms too.
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Review 3 for Rosle Marinade Injector
No so good gadget
PostedNovember 26, 2012
fromManhattan, New York, NY, USA
My Cooking Level:Advanced
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Cooking Enthusiast
Cooking Idol/Inspiration:Jacques Pepin
I am very disappointed with the Rosle Marinade injector. There were no directions enclosed, the box seemed like this item had been on the shelf for a while, and the plastic cylinder seemed to have had oil inside at one time. I thought that possibly this was a returned item and not new. I did use it though to inject melted butter into my turkey and the butter spewed all over my counter and stove from the syringe openings. It was very difficult to get the cylinder clean from the butter. I will go back to using the original baster with a bulb that comes with a screw on syringe.