How much deli meat do I need per person?
As a general rule of thumb, provide 2 to 3 ounces of lunch meat per person.
How many pounds of cold cuts do I need for 15 people?
Figure on 3 ounces of cold cuts per person. Multiply the number of people you are anticipating as guests by 3 and then divide by 16 to get the number of pounds of cold cuts you need to have for the event. Divide 3 by 16 to determine how many pounds of cold cuts you need per person.
How many sliders are needed per person?
HOW MANY SLIDERS PER PERSON. Sliders buns typically come in a pack of 12, and you can expect one package to feed 4-5 people. Estimate 2-3 per person, but if there is lots of other food at the party to graze on, you’re most likely looking at 2 per person.
How do you ask for deli meat slices?
You Can Ask to See Sample Slices
If you want your deli meat and cheese sliced thick, thin or paper-thin, make sure you specify that when you order. Then, ask to see a piece before they slice the whole pound. The slicer can be adjusted so every piece is perfect.
What do you put on a deli platter?
- 1 bunch green leaf lettuce.
- 2 pounds sliced deli turkey.
- 2 pounds sliced deli roast beef.
- 1 pound sliced deli ham.
- 1 pound thinly sliced hard salami.
- 2 cartons (7 ounces each) roasted red pepper hummus.
- 2 cartons (6-1/2 ounces each) garden vegetable cheese spread.
- Assorted breads and mini bagels.
How many sandwiches can you get from a pound of deli meat?
Here’s a good rule of thumb: 1 pound of deli meat, sliced sandwich style, makes about 5 – 6 sandwiches. Cheese slices should be ordered thinner than deli meat, so you’ll have more cheese slices to layer on. Order away!
How many slices is 2 oz of deli meat?
I usually just eat one slice and estimate that it’s about 2 ounces (the slices are ovals, probably 6 inches long, 5 inches wide in the middle).
What is a quarter pound of deli meat?
A quarter pound of deli meat is the equivalent of 4 ounces. In general, a 1- to 2-ounce serving of deli meat is sufficient for a single sandwich, a quantity that is roughly one-eighth a pound.