This is something I came up with one winter day. First you taste the sweet and then comes the slow burn! I use jalepenos that we grew, dried, and keep in our freezer. This also makes a great dry rub for the grill or smoker!
Very tasty snack. I got this from a co-worker. Best to get the meat from a butcher telling him its for beef jerky then he will cut it with the grain. This can be cooked inside in the oven or outside on the grill.
This is a very flavorful marinade for beef or game jerky. It's a nice blend of red wine, soy sauce, sugar and salt, with a pepper-onion-garlic zip. I use flank steak sliced about 1/4 inch thick and do the drying in my oven, but if you have a smoker or dehydrator, knock yourself out!
I spent a lot of time downloading and evaluating different jerky recipies. I made a list of all the various ingredients and started to narrow down the ones I liked and didn't like. After a few hunting seasons and patience I found the right combination.
This was my first experiment with dry cure jerky. It's a peppery jerky with the flavors of chili. The beef sold as "fajita meat" works perfectly for jerky; it's lean and in good-sized slices. Prep time includes seasoning the beef overnight. Serving size is approximate - how much can you eat at one time?
I went on a bit of a tangent when I created this turkey jerky marinade... I used some typical jerk-style seasonings; you can make it as hot as you wish. I use pre-sliced (about 1/8"-1/4" thick) turkey breast meat for this; it doesn't take nearly as long to dehydrate as beef, so keep an eye on it! Prep time includes overnight marinating.
Another hot & spicy recipe from my husband Mondo. After much experimenting he came up with this magic mixture. This recipe gets rave reviews. If you love this recipe make sure you try the hot & spicy pickles too in my cookbook!
Wholesome, nutritious, low fat snack you'll need for your next wilderness trip. Either just for a day trip or like us 7+ days into the wilderness... this is easy-to-make snack food that provides us with the energy that we need to gets us through tough portage and long canoeing days or those long hiking trips.
I found this recipe elsewhere. I love my beef jerky but could not find any good recipes for any. I found this somewhere years ago and have been using it ever since.
you can adjust the recipe up and down or add other herbs easily.