I received this product in exchange for an honest and objective review. All opinions are 100% my own. I only review products that I feel will benefit my family and my readers.
This post contains affiliate links
How do you shred meat for pulled pork, pulled chicken or any meat for your recipes? I used to use a couple of forks but no more. With Chelsydale’s Meat Claws, shredding meat just became super fast. Check out my video then read on.
Information on Chelsydale’s Meat Claws:
–SHREDS MEAT IN MINUTES – I can attest to that and after watching the video, I’m sure you can too. With those sharp claws, it’s easier and more efficient.
–GREAT FOR INDOOR & OUTDOOR COOKING – Use them to toss salads and shred meat. Very versatile.
–DURABLE, DISHWASHER-SAFE & EASY TO USE – Ergonomically designed handle offers complete control & comfortably gives you the power to have an ultimate grip. As a person with arthritis in my hands and now my wrists, this was probably one of the biggest selling points to me. Pulling & lifting large chunks of meat has never been easier and, of course, less painful. And they’re dishwasher safe too so clean up is a breeze.
–CRAFTED TO LAST – It is crafted out of the finest quality nontoxic BPA-free, heat-resistant plastic. Extra thick teeth move easily through meats and won’t break or buckle. And it is heat safe, so you don’t have to wait for meats to cool before shredding which was very helpful when shredding the chicken.
I used them initially to shred a bunch of chicken for slow cooker pulled chicken sandwiches. As you saw in the video, it shredded nicely. Also I promised you the recipe, so here it is.
Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken
- 2lb boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1 cup barbecue sauce (I used Snap Daddy)
- 1/4 cup Canadian Mist Whiskey
- 1 teaspoon Mrs. Dash Chicken Seasoning
- 1 green onion (sliced)
- 4 cloves garlic (crushed)
- 1/4 cup spicy bloody mary mix (I used Boneyard's Bloody Blend)
These babies are sharp. I do not recommend letting small kids use them for that reason. For me, using them to make my pulled chicken sandwiches was wonderful. The ease of shredding meat and the fact I didn’t have to put a ton of strength into it made this an effortless process. Having arthritis in my hands can make chopping, shredding and slicing a bit painful so the meat claws were a great way to do this without a lot of aches.
Click the graphic below to purchase a set for yourself. I highly recommend these for your kitchen.