Mike's Peppered Beef Jerky Recipe
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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Hey Mike - I have used this recipe several times AS IS and we love it! Some variations we have tried is adding more pepper and even a tablespoon of hot chili sauce for added kick. Thanks for sharing. I have some venison left from last fall that I want to cook to make room in the freezer and will be using it again shortly. Thanks again.
Great recipe. I added a heck of a lot of cracked red pepper to spice it up. We didn't have the Liquid Smoke. Also, we didn't precook it in the oven - just placed it in our dehydrator at 155 degrees for about 7 hours. Turned out amazing!
Made this with elk and let it marinate for 24 hours. Really tasty recipe. Husband and work friends loved it.
This is by far the best recipe I've tried to date. And I've tried many. I wouldn't change a thing about it
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!
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.
A zesty venison jerky that you can make at home in your oven. If you have a food dehydrator, you can dry the jerky in it by following the manufacturer's instructions. You can also reuse the marinade for additional batches.