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Old 10-20-2006, 03:29 PM   #11
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I am an absolute noob ( newbie) to cooking.

I bought these meat slices which you put on sandwiches, called "Chicken roll" and "Round Devon ". Both are round circular discs in shape.

I have kept them in the freezer, but I am not sure how to prepare them to place in a sandwich.

Do I just defrost it? do I have to cook the meat?
Welcome to DC, foodnoob. I think the lack of immediate response, was because this is not a 'product' everyone may be familair with. I would think there would be instructions on the package -- if not do a google - not under Devon a local, but a recipe.
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Old 10-20-2006, 06:09 PM   #12
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Slice them up thin, slap them on a sandwich with some fresh butter lettuce and some Mango Chutney, a paper-thin slice of red onion and nothing will matter except how GOOD they taste!

PS - you may not have got a reply yesterday because the server for this site was down. no-one could answer!!
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Old 10-21-2006, 10:20 PM   #13
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I bought these meat slices which you put on sandwiches, called "Chicken roll" and "Round Devon". Both are round circular discs in shape.
Yep - just take out of the freezer and put in refigerator for about 12-hours or so ... until thawed. Since you bought "meat slices which you put on sandwiches" - it sounds like "cold cuts" or "lunch meat" or "deli slices" - cooked and ready to eat meat.

What sandwich meats are called in Australian grocery stores is a mystery to those of us who do not live "down under". What you call "Chicken roll" could be what we call "rolled pressed chicken" ... and your "Round Devon" could be nothing more than a cooked rolled boneless Devon chicken - of course Devon chicken could be the breed, or a trade name.... (there is a Devon chicken from California).
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Old 10-21-2006, 11:23 PM   #14
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Sounds like what I used to eat as a little girl - it was called "chicken loaf" - it was processed as all "get out" and I LOVED it!!!! LOL I could eat a pack of it while walking home from the corner store!

Yep - stick on some bread with some mayo and ENJOY!! Welcome to DC!
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