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Person injecting meat with a marinade injector

Overview

Char-Griller's marinade injector is a great way to boost the flavour of your next BBQ. The team from Char-Griller share more.

Steps

1Prepare

Prepare your meat; trim, clean and pat it dry.

2Attach the needle

Attach the needle to the injector according to your marinade texture and meat thickness. Turn it clockwise to secure it into place. Don't overtighten the needle.

3Load the marinade

Dip the needle into the marinade and pull back on the plunger to draw it into the injector.

4Inject the meat

Insert the needle into the meat and push down on the plunger to inject the marinade. It's best to inject from a few different angles for best results.

5Other hints and tips

For optimal performance, lightly coat the o-ring and rubber washer with vegetable oil before use.

To prolong the life of your Char-Griller marinade injector, wash in warm soapy water and dry thoroughly. Do not place it in the dishwasher.

6Get your marinade injector

Check out the Char-Griller marinade injector available at your local Bunnings.

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Health & Safety

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