pastrami

Pastrami is a meat product of Romanian origin usually made from beef brisket, and sometimes from lamb, or turkey.
Pastrami (Romanian: pastramă) is a meat product of Romanian origin usually made from beef brisket, and sometimes from lamb, or turkey. The raw meat is brined, partially dried, seasoned with herbs and spices, then smoked and steamed. Like corned beef, pastrami was originally created as a way to preserve meat before the invention of refrigeration. One of the iconic meats of American Jewish cuisine and New York City cuisine, hot pastrami is typically served at delicatessens on sandwiches such as the pastrami on rye.

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  1. Pastrami Sandwich on Dill Rye Bread

    Pastrami Sandwich on Dill Rye Bread

    Pastrami Sandwich on Dill Rye Bread
  2. Hot Pastrami & Cheese on Dill Rye Sandwiches with French Fries

    Hot Pastrami & Cheese on Dill Rye Sandwiches with French Fries

    Hot Pastrami & Cheese on Dill Rye Sandwiches with French Fries
  3. Pastrami

    Pastrami

    Pastrami
  4. Pastrami Cheddar Sandwiches

    Pastrami Cheddar Sandwiches

    Pastrami Cheddar Sandwiches
  5. Pastrami Sandwiches and Salad

    Pastrami Sandwiches and Salad

    Pastrami Sandwiches and Salad
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