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post #21 of 28

Looks great! How long was the total cook time the way you did it, 4 hour smoke + ? hour in the oven? Trying to approximate the length of time. I'm going to do this for Christmas to pair with our smoked duck.

post #22 of 28

Nice looking strami.  I like the idea of steaming.  Been trying to emulate Katz's and I think the steam may get me closer.

post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by MeridianMan View Post
 

Looks great! How long was the total cook time the way you did it, 4 hour smoke + ? hour in the oven? Trying to approximate the length of time. I'm going to do this for Christmas to pair with our smoked duck.

It took around 6 hours, but keep in mind that Time can vary! I have had smaller or less weight pastrami's take 7-8 hours.  DO NOT use time to figure out when it is done you must go by Internal Temp!!

post #24 of 28
That looks awesome:drool
post #25 of 28

Looks great! But I was wondering if anyone has used to something besides water to steam? As Alton Brown always says, "Water doesn't bring anything to the party." Perhaps apple juice or beef broth?

post #26 of 28

Looks good, well done, I also make it via corned beef, but I soak it in water for about 6 hours.  Just to much salt with out doing that

post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by mneeley490 View Post
 

Looks great! But I was wondering if anyone has used to something besides water to steam? As Alton Brown always says, "Water doesn't bring anything to the party." Perhaps apple juice or beef broth?

I use beef broth.

post #28 of 28

Wade:

And therein lies the rub.....

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