You Guys Got Jerky Recipes?
I am looking for a recipe or two for jerky brine. I have a freezer full of venison calling out for my dehydrator. But so far I have been disappointed with the few recipes I have tried, including homemade and store bought. I have had success with the powered mixes for ground meat, but I prefer sliced meat jerky.
HIGH MOUNTAIN PEPPER BLEND
thats the type I use , its a rub but I havnt found anything that compares to it. I have had a lot of guys tell me how good theirs is and have pretty much tried them.
No comparison to the high mountain pepper blend, I have tried their other favors .......originals ok, dont really like the others. I will stick to pepper from now on.
as much as we do at one time , we have 2 dehidraters with extra trays now.
I use the High Mountain as well. Buy mine at Atwoods.
i found some on boy scouts of america (bas) way back when my son was a member
I dont warranty Tinkeritus
that's what i use for deer. i buy it here
I use to buy it out of Cabella's until a local store started carrying it.
Thats where I first ran into it , in a cabella's one time passing thru South Dakota as I remember.
Google Jerky. Last time there were a bunch. Mostly home made.
I should have played the g'tar on the MTV. MK
You can be anything you want......As long as you don't suck at it.
This is the best I've had so far for homemade jerky.
The guy I got this recipe from used his oven, with no smoke, but I use my smoker with hickory chips.
This recipe will marinate approx. 4# of meat.
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp liquid smoke
2 Pkgs. Lawry's Tenderizing Beef Marinade
1 Tbsp salt
2/3 cup water
Mix ingredients until dissolved, add meat and marinate in refrigerator 6-12 hours.
Place in smoker at 225°-250° for 4-6 hours using one 16 oz. soup can of soaked hickory chips.
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