Epica 2 Ounce Stainless Steel Seasoning Injector

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Don’t panic but, I cooked!  Chicken to be exact. I couldn’t wait to use my new Epica Seasoning Injector.
All I did was mix together
1/4 cup of melted butter or margarine.
3/4 cup of BBQ sauce
Blend together thoroughly.
Using my new Epica Seasoning Injector, I injected all but about 2 tablespoons which I used to baste the top before baking.

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Baked at 350 for 90 minutes. Until the temperature was 165.

I really like that the Epica is Stainless Steel. I’ve had cheap plastic injectors before that lasted for a couple of uses. The Epica will be around for years!!  I honestly can’t wait for Thanksgiving!!

Epica holds 2 ounces of liquid. Which means more injecting less loading. It’s strong! VERY strong.  2 needles are included. One needle has a wider needle for minced onions, herbs and garlic. The other needle has side holes for maximum dispersion throughout the meat.
Epica Injector 2Both needles are 6″ long.  I used the needle with the side holes to make sure my sauce was everywhere in my chicken.

More good news??  It’s all dishwasher safe!!

Epica Injector 4This was the BEST chicken EVER!!  So juicy and so tender!! DELICIOUS!!! I wish I knew how to take a picture that would show just how juicy this chicken was.  Trust me this chicken was my best yet!!
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Do not waste your money on cheap injectors!! Epica is a KEEPER!!!  Two very enthusiastic THUMBS way UP!!!

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  • Maressa Brown

    I also used to hate the plastic injectors, but keep using it because I was not having other option. As now I have the better option, thanks to you, I will use only the stainless steels’ injector and serve my family a better dish.

  • ann

    We used to just put seasoning up under the chickens skin but enjecting it in the bird should make it more flavorful and juicy. I hate when a chickens meat is dry. Using this would surely avoid that Im sure. Thanks for the infomation . and pictures

  • Diane K.Brimmer

    Wow that is so awesome. I would love to try that. Is it expensive? Would be great to make something different with chicken. Thanks for sharing.

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