The Tupperware Season Serve range makes marinating small quantities easy. Place your choice of meat, fish or vegetables inside, pour over the marinade and seal, then turn to coat and leave to marinate.
The grid design on both the base and Seal of the Junior Season Serve ensures that your marinade circulates around the contents, while tenderising and keeping contents fresh.
The high domed Seal provides extra space, while the handy gripping area on the Seal and the base makes it easy to hold and flip when the two are sealed together.
• Dishwasher Safe
• Lifetime Guarantee
• Freezer Safe
• Dimensions: 32cm x 26.5cm x 10.8cm
I absolutely love my season serve... so much so, that I have 2 of them!
These are designed for marinating meat and especially during barbecue season, I definitely use them this way a lot. They can be tipped either way, and nothing leaks... ever!... I come along occasionally and give the meat a bit of a shake to help the marinade coat it all, and as a bonus the textured surface (top and bottom) helps to tenderise the meat. My fridge isn't all that big, so one small downsize is that it is reasonably big, so I'm taking up way more room in the fridge than my (usually) small amount of meat would otherwise.
If my meat is out on the bench for any reason, it's great to know that it's completely protected from bugs, flies and of course pets who like to jump up on the bench for a nice piece of steak!
But it's not only meat I use my Season Serve for... It's the perfect size container to hold a batch of large muffins. In fact it's the only container I own that will hold a full batch of muffins without squishing them, so this is very much a storage container in our house too. And not just muffins - a full size cake fits in here well too. And as per usual, I can trust Tupperware to be airtight and secure. No I don't sell it... I just love owning it!
Because it's such a roomy container, the biggest issue is storing it when it's not in use. However the base and lid fit nicely inside each other, so I can store my 2 containers nicely stacked inside each other and it's not too cumbersome. I happily wash mine in the dishwasher (if I don't mind it taking up half a rack!) or just rinse by hand.
They are not cheap, but I love my Season Serve and highly recommend them.
Summer BBQs might be over but this goodie still chills out a lot. I often buy meat that is plain so I can make my own marinates this little beauty helps me a lot. Stick the meat in, then stick your marinate in aswell, you can tip it up and down and it wont leak, it will hold it all in there for you. Stick it in the fridge and you can turn it over ever so often to get a good amount of coating, you can use it in the freezer if you have more meat that you want to cook saves on the transferring it to a bag.
The best thing about this is while you are heading out to another location to cook you can pop your meat in here and take if with you, no leaking though the car and the lid is pretty tight so it wont fall apart. When you are ready you have two serving lids for cold, I wouldn't pop hot in them incase. This is a very used container in our house for meat and veges.
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