Venison Jerky

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  1. Craig

    Craig New Member

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    JERKY

    2 lbs. ……………….. Meat
    ¼ cup ………………. Soy Sauce
    4 Tblsp. ……………..Worchester Sauce
    1 tsp. ……………….. Black Pepper
    1 tsp. ……………….. Garlic Powder
    1 tsp. ……………….. Onion Powder
    1 Tblsp. ……………. Louisiana Hot Sauce
    1 tsp. ………………. Salt
    1 Tblsp. …………… Liquid smoke

    Cut meat into thin strips
    soak in mixture for 12 hours.
    Place meat in single layer on baking sheet
    bake @150 for 7 hours, or dry in dehydrator
  2. Hallchinalady

    Hallchinalady New Member

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    We use venison but beef can be substituted...and we also do this on top of our coal stove....some evenings it just doesn't make it to dry by morning!!!! ;)
  3. IShootBack

    IShootBack Well-Known Member

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    Please remember, wild game must be frozen for 30 days prior to making jerky to kill some bad little things that might be hiding in there.
  4. Hallchinalady

    Hallchinalady New Member

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    We'll have to keep that in mind...we butcher and thro the steaks on the grill while we're cuttin up the meat (and rare is the only way to eat it) :eek:
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