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River City Beef Jerky

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edited 12:02AM in Beef
• 1 Cup Soy sauce
• &#190 Cup Brown sugar - keep adding and tasting until it"s sweet
• &#188 Cup Dark molasses
• 1 tsp Onion Powder - or to taste
• 1 tsp Garlic powder - or to taste
• 1 tsp Black pepper - or to taste
• 1 Tbs Dried Chilies - (arbol or cayenne) don"t use hot sauce

InstructionsMix all of the ingredients. Marinade the beef (4-5 lbs sliced thin) at least 1 hour -- there is no over doing it. I typically do it (12 hours) overnight. I use a 2 gallon plastic zip lock type bag.Smoke over low heat (dome temperature 160 to 180 degrees) until desired texture. It may take 12 or more hours. Turn it every couple of hours. A lot of work for something that doesn't last very long -- not because it won't keep, but it tastes so good!NotesNumber of Servings: Time to Prepare:
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