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Everyone can probably agree that the healthiest lunch meat that you can consume is the homemade kind. This is also the cheapest way in some cases, especially if you butcher your own meat. Most of the lunch meats sold at your local deli are pumped so full of chemicals that you may not even recognize the taste of a good cut of meat prepared in your own kitchen. That is also another great reason to make your lunch meat at home, you can customize the flavor to suit your own taste.
When preparing my own lunch meat at home I have found a few things to make my life much easier, a few handy kitchen tools that you can use again and again. In order to reap the benefits of the healthiest lunch meat while making things as easy as possible, you may want to invest in a few products that over time will pay for themselves.
This is the meat slicer that I use to make homemade lunch meat, I have not worked with this company and this is not a sponsored post but I got a good deal on it and am happy with its performance so far.
While I have worked with this company in the past, this is not a sponsored post, I just really love this Air Fryer. It is one of those products that I find myself using every day and don’t know how I managed without it. It serves the purpose of so many machines like the toaster, microwave, oven, rotisserie, and many more although unfortunately, a meat slicer is not one of those things. I wouldn’t expect it to be but it does replace a lot of things on my counter which is really nice, so I have plenty of space for my meat slicer still.
You may already have this in your kitchen, but this cooking twine is awesome when preparing chicken or anything that you want to put in the rotisserie aka air fryer as it is in this case, yey counter space! I am making turkey slices so, in this case, the 3 lb. turkey breast came wrapped in twine already.
I rinsed the meat and patted it dry before setting it up on the rotisserie spit and then rubbed it with a little olive oil followed by my favorite seasoning blend. You can find out exactly what I put into my seasoning blend for homemade lunch meat at the bottom of this post.
I then set my air-fryer to 350 degrees and press the rotisserie button, then set the timer for 60 minutes.
Once the turkey is done cooking, allow it to chill in the refrigerator, covered, for about one hour or so before slicing.
You can set the dial on your meat slicer to whatever thickness you like, I like to be able to fold my slices when preparing sandwiches.
My favorite way to serve turkey slices is with mustard, tomato, cheese, and pickles although I get weird looks from my family, they prefer just mayo with a slice of cheese.
Start enjoying all of the benefits from the Healthiest Lunch Meat by making your own turkey slices, ham, beef, and chicken. The possibilities are endless, the only issue is going to be how you serve the homemade lunch meat to your family. What do you like on your sandwich?