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Make (meat) more tender by beating or slow cooking.
easily chewed, not tough, chewable, soft, edible, eatableView synonyms
- ‘I like my birds hung overnight (hanging tenderises the meat).’
- ‘Restaurants often coat meat in cornstarch, which tenderizes it, before cooking.’
- ‘The juices and sauce will help tenderize and flavour the meat.’
- ‘Cure the shrimp briefly in salt and sugar to tenderize and flavorize.’
- ‘Cooking in liquid for lengthy periods works best for tenderizing these cuts.’
- ‘The marinade of cornflour, sesame oil and rice wine or dry sherry tenderises the meat and supplies a thickening agent for the sauce.’
- ‘We need to use a special type of vinegar to tenderise the meat.’
- ‘The acid will help kill any bacteria lurking in the meat and will tenderize tougher cuts.’
- ‘The meat is tenderized and then marinated in a sauce made of sugar, soy sauce and the secret ingredient of the day.’
- ‘To tenderize, the marinade must include an acidic ingredient, like lemon juice, vinegar or wine.’
- ‘Marinating does two things: it tenderizes the meat and it adds flavour.’
- ‘To get the steak ready, lay it between two sheets of plastic wrap and tenderize it by pounding it flat with a meat mallet.’
- ‘There is some debate as to whether or not marinades actually tenderize meat.’
- ‘With a meat mallet, pound chicken to tenderize.’
- ‘Meat and poultry can be marinated for several hours or days to tenderize or add flavor.’
- ‘The marinade is used only to add flavor and tenderize.’
- ‘Aging tenderizes beef naturally.’
- ‘Long, slow cooking tenderises tougher cuts, making them melt in the mouth.’
- ‘Long, slow cooking is the only way to tenderise these cuts.’
- ‘If you've selected pork, beef, chicken or turkey, it's important to tenderize it.’
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