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Premium Stainless Steel Seasoning Injector

MSRP: $22.99
Was: $22.99
Now: $19.99
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(24 reviews) Write a Review
UPC:
045635289864

Premium Stainless Steel Seasoning Injector

  • The Quick Grill meat injector is perfect for intensifying the flavor of brisket, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb, goose, duck, and more!
  • 2 Oz capacity, designed with the highest food-grade stainless steel suitable to withstand heavy pressure.

  • 3-Hole hand grip design for easy and safe use.

  • Food grade silicon gaskets prevent leaks and waste.

  • Durable and sharp, the needles puncture any meat or poultry with ease, ensuring you can enrich the taste of tough or thick cuts.

  • Includes 1 needle with side holes for liquid marinades and 1 needle with large end hole for minced garlic, onion and other solids. 

24 Reviews

  • 5
    Better than the last 3 cheaper injectors I bought

    Posted by J. Carter on 13th Aug 2019

    Each year I waited until the last min and realized that the year before I broke the cheap injector. This year I purchased this one and it survived turkey day and is ready for another meal and based on the construction will be around for more years than the cheaper units out there.

  • 5
    Great product! We do a lot of smoking meats

    Posted by Amazon Customer on 13th Aug 2019

    Great product! We do a lot of smoking meats, poultry, etc and this is the handiest device for injecting marinades. The product we had was nothing compared to Quick Grill.

  • 5
    Best injector ever

    Posted by Bobby on 13th Aug 2019

    Ordered this because my cheap plastic one wasn't cutting it. The picture doesn't do it justice. This a heavy duty injector. It reminds me of a surgical instrument. And it does the job!! No problem injecting a 20# turkey full of delicious marinade!! Definitely recommend as a must have if you like to inject!!!!

  • 5
    Great Qualtiy

    Posted by Nina DuBois on 13th Aug 2019

    I bought this to help inject our turkey during the holidays and to use on other meats. Let me say that this works soo good. It makes injecting a turkey very easy. This was a great buy for its price. Totally worth it.

  • 5
    Works Awesome

    Posted by Ki-Rin on 13th Aug 2019

    Needed this for our closing weekend at the campground. We do an Italian seasoning for our turkey and the generic injectors always clogged. This one is awesome! Took my husband like 5 minutes to inject the turkey with this one unlike the old generic ones you get from walmart that took us like a half hour to inject due to clogging. I have to buy another one for our camper.

  • 5
    He Doesn't Know He Needs This!

    Posted by Amazon Customer on 13th Aug 2019

    Purchased for my boyfriend. He opens it on Christmas morning and gives me a quizzical look. I told him what it was, he tells me, "Yes, I realize that, but why?" I remind him how much he cooks and he still seems perplexed, although he does say that it seems like a really nifty tool. Come to find out, he wasn't sure how to use it and, now that he has researched it a bit...yeah, we are eating injected meat on a pretty regular basis now!

  • 5
    High quality, and works with all marinades and sauces

    Posted by Matpr on 13th Aug 2019


    I have bought other marinade injectors in the past, but they always get clogged because the needles are too thin and can't handle any spices or thick marinades. Not the case with this injector.

    This injector is by far the most heavy duty injector I have used, and it works with all types of marinades and sauces, including ones that have chunks of seasoning or spices. Also, very easy to clean.

    I highly recommend this to anyone looking at a marinade injector. You might be able to find a cheap quality one somewhere else, but it won't work with all marinades and sauces like this one will.

  • 5
    Quality at a Great Price!

    Posted by Charles C. Parrott on 13th Aug 2019

    I purchased this injector based on the recommendation given on one of my favorite barbeque enthusiast websites, where a similar Butterball branded injector was mentioned. This particular model was a few dollars cheaper than the Butterball model, but seemed to be just as well-built in the description.

    I got an instant impression of quality the moment I took it out of the packaging: from the substantial weight of the cylinder (this thing is no lightweight) to the nice, tight fit of the silicone plunger. The threaded connections between cylinder and plunger section, and the cylinder and needles ensure a firm, leak-free bond.

    So far, I have used the injector on pork butt and beef roast. Despite its heft, the injector is easy to fill, hold, and use. The many holes on the liquid needle ensure that you get a good distribution throughout the meat, but since the cover half the needle, I wouldn't recommend it on thin cuts. Finally, the stainless steel nature of the whole setup makes dishwasher cleaning a snap.

    This was money well spent!

  • 5
    5.0 out of 5 starsPerfect for Injecting Liquids and Small Solids

    Posted by By CJs Pirate on 13th Aug 2019

    Working as a culinary instructor for high school students, we attempt to teach them the skills needed to work in the industry. While injecting meat isn't normally one, the fact that they will be working with roasts of different animals and flavor profiles allows me to go off the curriculum a little bit to include injection when we do speak of brining.

    This past summer I had a class of 17 for summer school. In groups of three students were taught the basics of brining and injection. The students were then told it was up to them to figure out a flavor profile which would work good with a full pork loin (cut into 1/3s to allow groups to participate). Using this injection method, they were able to see the differences between full liquid and liquid and solids in injections. This product is easy to use, easy to clean.

    I would say that getting some food grade lubricant such as Food Grade O-ring Lubricant,1oz Tube or Weston 03-0101-W Silicone Spray just makes sense. It isn't something you'd think of until you find the O-ring not moving well.