Homemade Beef Jerky


homemade beef jerky

Homemade Beef Jerky

Ingredients · ¾ cup Worcestershire sauce · ¾ cup soy sauce · 1 tablespoon smoked paprika, or to taste · 1 tablespoon honey, or more to taste · 2 teaspoons freshly ...

Chef John's easy recipe for homemade beef jerky is perfect for snacking, camping, or giving as gifts.
docs best beef jerky recipe

Doc's Best Beef Jerky Recipe

Place beef strips in the bottom of a large bowl. Pour soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, brown sugar, salt, pepper, meat tenderizer, garlic powder, ...

This recipe for beef jerky calls for soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke for marinating before going into a dehydrator. I hope you enjoy this jerky as much as me and my family do.
chef johns homemade beef jerky video

Chef John's Homemade Beef Jerky Video

Mar 10, 2015 ... Chef John's Homemade Beef Jerky. Thanks to a new wave of modern day cave- people, eating healthy, high-protein snacks is all the rage, and ...


t birds beef jerky recipe

T Bird's Beef Jerky Recipe

This is the very best jerky you have ever tasted, I've tried a lot of them, and this one's the best - you will reward me on this one! I use venison when available, but cheap round steak is great also, and it's all done in your ... Homemade Beef Jerky .

This is the very best jerky you have ever tasted, I've tried a lot of them, and this one's the best - you will reward me on this one! I use venison when available, but cheap round steak is great also, and it's all done in your oven.
saras beef jerky recipe

Sara's Beef Jerky Recipe

Thinly sliced sirloin or London broil steak is mixed with liquid smoke and seasonings, then baked at low temperature for 8 ... This is a great way to make beef jerky at home without the use of a smoker or dehydrator. ... Homemade Beef Jerky.

No smoker or dehydrator is required here. Thinly sliced sirloin or London broil steak is mixed with liquid smoke and seasonings, then baked at low temperature for 8 hours.
mikes peppered beef jerky recipe

Mike's Peppered Beef Jerky Recipe

Ingredients · 4 pounds very lean beef, visible fat trimmed and cut against the grain into 1/4 inch-thick strips · ¾ cup Worcestershire sauce · ¾ cup soy sauce · 1 ½ ...

Slowly-marinated beef strips dry into savory pieces of peppery beef jerky in a food dehydrator. For safety, it's best to cook the strips first before drying.
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Jerky Recipes

Check out our collection of recipes for beef jerky, venison jerky, and even moose jerky. ... Homemade Beef Jerky. Rating: 4.64 stars. 161. Thanks to a new wave ...

Check out our collection of recipes for beef jerky, venison jerky, and even moose jerky.
jerky lovers jerky sweet hot and spicy recipe

Jerky Lover's Jerky - Sweet, Hot and Spicy! Recipe

Arrange the beef strips on the rack of a dehydrator, and sprinkle with a little bit more of the spice mixture and ... Beef Jerky in a Smoker ... Homemade Beef Jerky .

If you love hot and sweet we're confident this will be your favorite. An ultimate treat for family outings, sporting events, camping or hiking trips. Pineapple juice is the key that ties the flavors together. Go easy on the black and red pepper as the flavor goes a long ways!
homemade beef jerky review by molly bragg

Homemade Beef Jerky - Review by Molly Bragg

Oct 29, 2017 ... This beef jerky was really good. I used some southwest sweet smoky seasoning and added a lot of honey. Otherwise, followed the recipe.

This beef jerky was really good. I used some southwest sweet smoky seasoning and added a lot of honey. Otherwise, followed the recipe. I do recommend having the butcher cut the meat if you can. The meat that I used had a lot of marbling and chunks of gristle making it hard to cut thin. In Chef John's video he suggests only marinating it for 3 hours which sound like a good idea. I marinated mine overnight and it turned black. I think if I had marinated less, it would have looked a lot more appetizing and it also takes less time.
homemade beef jerky review by neil

Homemade Beef Jerky - Review by Neil

Jan 23, 2019 ... Homemade Beef Jerky ... this can be tough but if you can wait another 24 to 48 hrs before eating your jerky the flavor is significantly better.

I've tried a few of the recipes on this site and this is my favorite. I do replace the honey with a 1/8 cup of brown sugar (not packed). As far as marinade times I usually do a full 18 to 24 hrs, I've read that it doesn't make a difference if you marinade for 3 hrs or 23 hrs but that hasn't been my experience. A full day is best. Also, I know this can be tough but if you can wait another 24 to 48 hrs before eating your jerky the flavor is significantly better. I have no idea why. I usually split the recipe and eat half right away and store the other half for a minimum of 2 days. One last thing, I find the 170 temp to be a bit high but since modern ovens can't go below 170 I leave the door open about a half inch. It allows the heat flow out so oven remains on most of the time instead of the oven turning off and on continuously. This way there is a continuous flow of heat passing the meat.