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Hello everyone  Just wanted to share a recipe for homemade rotisserie lunch meat.  Comes out really good and is far cheaper than deli lunch meat

 

This makes enough for about 1 2-3 lbs roast but you can scale it quite easily.  All measurement a approximates.

 

2-3 lbs Top loin sirloin roast or other roast that is more less a constant thickness 

 
 

Marinade 

4 tbls worshessiersauce 

1-2 tbls soy sauce 

2 TBLS pepper 

2 TBLS kosher salt or ground sea salt 

1 tsp cayenne pepper 

1 tsp paprika 

1 tbls ground rosemary 

2 tsp sage 

1 tsp mustard powder 

1 bottle of beer 

Water to cover completely  

 

 

Rub 

Mayonnaise base thin coat 

2 tbls pepper ground 

2 tbls kosher salt 

2 tbls ground rosemary

mortar and pestle to grind really fine

 

 

Instructions 

Mix marinade in gallon bag add ½ cub water and mix 

Add roast 

Cover roast in water marinade at 12-36 hours 

Warm roast to room temp 

Coat with mayonnaise 

Rub in rub 

On Kamodo JoeTisserie cook at 350 until 145 deg 

Light Smoke recommended hickory or mesquite preferred 

Let rest wrap in foil for 1-3 hours 

Cool in fridge or freeze to slice 

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