The reason why the mutton slicer slices too finely
1. You may have bought fake mutton rolls. Real mutton rolls are pink in color and have no peculiar smell. Fat and lean meat should be red and white. Although the slices are very thin, real lamb rolls do not fall apart as soon as they are cooked. But some mutton will be loose and easy to shred because it is mixed with other meat. You can tell whether the meat quality is good or not by looking at the amount of blood that melts and drips out after the mutton roll. The meat with less blood is good, and the bad mutton is easily broken.
2. Of course, what will be broken is not necessarily fake, and it may be broken if it is real. If you are making mutton rolls, if the meat that is matched during the rolling process is relatively fine or the rolls are not tight, it may appear that after the meat rolls are formed, the meat is easily broken when slicing and not rolled. In addition, before slicing, the slowing time of the meat is short, and the meat may be fragile and not rolled.
3. The machine is used wrongly. The slicer has a special slicing function. There is a special frozen meat slicer for frozen meat, and there is a special machine for fresh meat. Different slicers are for different types of meat and are not universal, so your meat will shred.
- Don’t know how to use a mutton slicer, and if you don’t use it skillfully, the slices will be too broken.