Deli roll. The perfect mix of turkey, corned beef, and pastrami rolled in flaky dough. Is there anything better? Is there?
Yeah, I thought so.
An additional benefit of deli roll, besides for the obvious which is that it tastes fantastic and you can never eat enough, is that it is really easy to make.
Spread mustard over a long phyllo dough sheet, then layer on the above mentioned meats. Use 1/3 of a pound of each type of meat. Roll the sheet of dough. Glaze the roll with egg, sprinkle with sesame seeds, and bake at 350 for 45 minutes. That’s it!
Additional Benefit of Deli Roll:
You are covered for protein if you eat this. According to my own unique random secret guesstimate measurement method, one slice of this baby gives you 22 grams of protein. That’s like 1/4 inch of added muscle. Maybe.
Token Deli Roll Poem:
The deli doesn’t sell it
You need to make it by yourself
Or have your mother do it
Or just use an elf.
Deli rolls are rolly
You can roll them in the sand
Though this is not recommended
In France this practice has been banned.
One important factoid
about the deli roll is this:
It was created by Mark Sanwantin
And inspired by a kiss.