FireWire® special flexible grilling skewer for marinating
- dimensions : total length 76cm, usable length 56cm
- weight : 34g/per unit (for two with packaging: 106g)
- high-quality, extra flexible stainless steel cable, safe for food Ø3mm
- loop for easy brochette handling
- 12cm high-quality stainless steel point for piercing food
- design: Inno Labs (USA)
- sold in packs of two
- made in China
- dishwasher safe
FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :
3 good reasons
- you love marinating but you don't want to buy a 40 cm-long plate just for marinating brochettes
- you are for progress in all things barbeque and feel it is your duty to have the latest cutting-edge grill equipment
- you want to be able to freeze your brochettes (marinated or not) because you adore an elegant last-minute barbeque
how does it work?
This skewer is as simple as it is innovative. Composed of an extra-flexible 3mm diameter stainless steel cable that is safe for food, with a loop on one end that is sealed with a stainless steel clip (crimped in the factory, no risk that it will come undone), and on the other end a stiff, rounded point, also factory sealed and crimped. The point (if you can call it a point) is much less sharp than usual so you can safely skewer your food without skewering your fingers, nor will you need to worry about the little ones hurting themselves.
Prepare and grill your brochettes
Before you start, wash your flexible skewers by hand or in the dishwasher with dishwashing detergent.
Skewer your meat and/or vegetables with the stiff point, then slide them down the cable. Attention: different foods require different cooking times. Using a mix of different meats and vegetables requires a certain amount of expertise. If you are unsure, use just one type of meat on one brochette and put the vegetables on another.
Marinate (or not) your brochettes according to taste and your recipe. You can use a freezer bag, a bowl, a plastic box, or any plate, your brochette will adapt!
Heat up the barbecue to the correct temperature
Place the brochettes on the grill, keeping the rigid point away from the heat: this way you can use the point as a handle to move the brochette around.
Once cooked, let the brochettes rest for a minute or two away from the heat so that the metal cools off. Now it's time to take hold of the loop and slide your delicious grilled delights off the skewer so you can savor them...
Japanese Marinade for Chicken Brochettes
Ingredients (if you forgot to buy Teriyaki sauce):
- 15cl of soy sauce
- 15cl of mirin (sweet saki), or substitute white wine
- 50g sugar
- 4 tablespoons olive oil
Mix ingredients in a pot and bring to a boil (the sugar should dissolve)
Lower the flame and let simmer for 5 minutes until the sauce becomes slightly syrupy
Take it off the heat and let cool
While the sauce is cooling, skewer large cubes of chicken breast on your FireWire® skewer, squeezing them close to each other (this keeps the meat from drying out while its cooking)
Let it marinate for at least an hour in the refrigerator, stir and or turn the brochettes about halfway through
top quality - American quality and standards with a lifetime guaranty for this Chinese-made product, top quality materials sealed and cinched in the factory (there's no risk that the loop will come undone...)
functional - ideal for marinades (no matter what size the bowl or plate, your brochettes will adapt), they also make it possible to optimize space on your grill or plancha
original - because the male of the species is often very, very proud of his barbeque (or his plancha), here is a good way to satisfy your man's primal urges!