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Minced and your food processor


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Do not use a small food processor. Buy the good quality of meat to grind. Choose a nice roast pork or beef about 3 to 5 kg, or chicken breast or turkey meat without bones and skin.

Cut the meat into the size of a square of 1 inch or rough. Arrange the meat on a tray bakers, baking or equivalent. Line the tray with parchment paper first. Place these boxes in the freezer for 20-30 minutes. Make sure the meatbe completely frozen. The meat should be frozen only half. Chicken or turkey is not as long as pork or beef turns carefully. Once you learn the right timing the timer and relax somewhere.

Remove the meat from the freezer and remove them from the shells. Place 7-8 pieces of meat in your food processor machine. At this point you might as well with some herbs and spices if you like. Turn on the blender and pulse until justconsistency.

Place in a large bowl type. In addition, all other cuts of meat process until you have all the meat surface. Remember, keep the meat half frozen food processor because the process is not possible on the meat, if it is semi-locked. It is advisable to put some pieces back in the freezer for a few minutes. Once all the meat is ground, it takes about 1 / 2 pounds of meat in a sandwich bag. Do this for all meat.

Place severalthese bags in a gallon size freezer bag and freeze until you need it. So, buy good quality meat and the meat is never buy again. You know exactly what is in the flesh and quality. No parts unknown, just pure meat. Your recipes are never the same and with the little packets that have not made more or waste.

Congratulations, you just made your flesh. This is so simple, that the food processor can make one. Thaw Its simple, fast,and ready to go. You can also start your own ground sausage once you've done. So, have fun.

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