FRENCH’S Flavor Infuser Marinade (+Giveaway)

frenchs new flavor infuser

We have had a few nice days here in Colorado recently. So nice, that we were able to take off the grill cover that has remained on our grill all winter. Finally, we get to grill again!

And we are grilling with a whole knew method. I am excited to tell you about it. Rather than your typical marinade that sometimes need a day to infuse, FRENCH’S®, America’s favorite mustard, has NEW French’s Flavor Infuser™ marinades.

These infusers go right into the meat! Boom! In 10 minutes you have flavor-filled meat and a lot more time on your hands! These marinades, which currently come in four flavors, are fast and a really super cool less-mess alternative to traditional marinating processes. They are great for a variety of meats including pork, beef, fish and chicken!FRENCH Caribbean Jerk

French’s Flavor Infuser™ marinades come in four mouthwatering flavors: Sweet & Tangy Teriyaki, Classic Steakhouse, Zesty Italian, and Caribbean Jerk.

My Last Thoughts –  The infusers were easy to use, and seemed to work really well on tender meats. Fast, less messy and a unique marinating process – I like it! My favorite flavor was the Caribbean Jerk. Tangy, zesty and delicious. We made a Caribbean Jerk Chicken with Mango Salsa on a bed of rice and red beans! The meal was juicy and the meat had great flavor throughout!

Connect with FRENCH’S® on Facebook and www.french.com. You can find them in grocery stores for a suggested price of $2.99 each.

Wanna Win? TWO (2) lucky readers have the chance to win a BBQ mitt and product samples of French’s Flavor Infuser™ – just enter the giveaway below for your chance at this new and unique product!frenchs flavor infuser marinade

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Disclosure: No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a sample product from the sponsor for the purpose of this honest review. This did not affect the outcome of this review. All opinions are 100% my own. For full disclosure click here.
About Karissa

Karissa is a flight attendant who loves people and adventures. She grew up in Seattle, moved to Anchorage and is currently in Denver. When she's not blogging or traveling she can be found thrift shopping, crocheting, gardening, & snowshoeing with her hubby and dog.

Comments

  1. I would try it on some grilled chicken

  2. I’d use it for BBQ season for chicken breasts on the grill.

  3. Oven baked chicken breasts and these flavor infusers would really shake things up. We love carribbean jerk marinade, but you don’t always get the marinade on early enough.

  4. Darlene owen says:

    We just bought a smoker so we would use this in a roast.

  5. Carolann Leibenguth says:

    I don’t cook anything super fancy but this would be great for when I cook a roast or a whole chicken

  6. Kathy Lane says:

    I would like to roast a turkey with this.

  7. Andrea D. says:

    I would use these for chicken breasts and thighs.

  8. Blessie Nelson says:

    I am going to marinate a turducken with this infuser and see if the flavors can infuse in all 3 components of the meat! Thanks for the chance.

  9. Shea Balentine says:

    classic steakhouse on some burgers =)

  10. I would like to use it on a chicken for the crock pot. thanks

  11. jeanette sheets says:

    my famous ckicken wings

  12. I’d use the Classic Steakhouse to make steak and pepper fajitas

  13. i’d use them for grilling chicken

  14. Looks like I could make Teriyaki chicken in half the time with this Sweet & Tangy Teriyaki infuser.

  15. grilled chicken

  16. I’m not a great cook so I don’t make anything fancy but this sounds like it’d be great on chicken!

  17. Allison Downes says:

    Some grilled chicken and veggie skewers

    thanks for the nice giveaway!

  18. Eloise C says:

    I would use these with some chicken and lots of vegetables. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!

    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

  19. Melissa S says:

    I think the terriyaki would make great chicken breasts.

  20. Carolsue says:

    I’ve never used these, but I have made Caribbean Jerk chicken with other products, so that’s what I would make with this product also!

  21. Robin Wilson says:

    I am sure that it would be a version of chicken breasts with rice on the side!

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