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what is the best way to make roast beef like you get in the deli ? i want to make my own for sandwiches and po boys and then put it in my freezer
Thanks. Other options can be a beefy broth injection, spog, cajun. Endless options really. I like an injection though as it leaves you with a nice beefy end product. Once you make your own then deli roast beef will be a joke lolnice looking roast beef !!!!
I understand your issue. What I make is smoked beef. It don't taste like the deli roast beef. Is mine good? Yeah but not like the deli roast beef. Texture is different, taste it different. I don't know what they do.i think you are missing the point of this thread , i know HOW to smoke a roast , what i want to do is make it TASTE like the ones from the deli . some of us like the way those taste !
Below are 2 different Smokes where I made Rare Roast Beef Deli Ham.what is the best way to make roast beef like you get in the deli ? i want to make my own for sandwiches and po boys and then put it in my freezer
Cured, they would be and taste like Corned Beef. But I agree that some have been injected with a Brine or Broth with Phosphate to retain moisture and WEIGHT! Got make that money!...JJThey've been cured or brined in some solution.
I interviewed with a meat packing plant once. Took the tour, and walked into a room with big vats of some kind of solution. In the vats were hundreds of beef roasts floating. The guy said that they process Arby roast beef.
Exactly . Depends on what the OP is talking about . Pre-sliced , pre-packagedThey've been cured or brined in some solution.
Well I'll be Damned! That Land O Frost has Nitrite as the last ingredient. If it still tastes like Roast Beef, it must be a very tiny amount of Nitrite...JJExactly . Depends on what the OP is talking about . Pre-sliced , pre-packaged
Deli " style " roast beef contains cure 1 in some cases . Injected with caramel coloring that gives it the brown color all the way through . Like Arby's .
Land O Frost brand is an example .
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