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Beef Jerky recipes???

edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Got a no-brainer can’t miss beef jerky recipe or link. I’ve never made any but want to give it a shot. Thanks!!!

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  • TRexTRex Posts: 2,708
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    <p />1/2 Chicken,[p]Check out Hi Mountain Jerky Cure and Seasonings - you can't go wrong. You can sometimes find it at Bass Pro Shops and Sports Authority stores.[p]I prefer to use london broil cut into about 3/4" slices. Smoke them indirect at 225 or so until they are to your liking - it used to take me about 5-6 hours if I remember correctly. I used those perforated pizza pans on a double grid setup.[p]Others on this forum are much more versed in jerky and I'm sure they'll give you some good info including pics.[p]Cheers,[p]TRex
    [ul][li]Hi Mountain Web Site[/ul]
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  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 16,386
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    i think this ones in wiseones origional cook book. i remember the writeup there was more detailed on how he did it. look for the cookbook on the naked whizs site

    [ul][li]gfw jerkey[/ul]
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  • katmankatman Posts: 331
    1/2 Chicken,
    High Mountain Original is a foolproof way to start. When making jerky I try to keep the temp below 190 so the meat is drying instead of cooking. Last batch I used eye round. I think any lean cut will be okay.

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  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Katman,
    I made thier cajun flavored one this weekend, didn't care for the flavor. -RP

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  • El JefeEl Jefe Posts: 96
    1/2 Chicken,
    Try the link below. I've done his Hot and Sweet before and it was fantastic. Good Luck!!

    [ul][li]http://www.randyq.addr.com/jerky/jerky.htm[/ul]
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  • TRex,[p]Gotta second this recommendation. Made jerky for the first time this weekend using the Hi Mountain dry cure and it turned out great. Very simple and tasty. I used the garlic and pepper. Can't wait to try the others.
    Smoked at 200 degrees for about 4 hours using cherry for smoke.

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  • 1/2 Chicken,[p]Made jerky using this marinade and london broil. Eye of round works well too.[p]http://www.dianaskitchen.com/page/appi/jerky.htm
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  • Thanks for the links. Just ordered a couple packs of the Hi Mountain Original. Sounds like fun cooking.

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  • PainterPainter Posts: 464
    1/2 Chicken,
    Here's another. Click on bottom of page for additional recipes.
    Bob

    [ul][li]Jerky[/ul]
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  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
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    <p />TRex,[p]You are so right.[p]~thirdeye~

    Happy Trails
    ~thirdeye~

    Barbecue is not rocket surgery
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  • Painter,
    I've used this recipe several times it is very good, everyone brags on it when I make it.

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  • katmankatman Posts: 331
    AZRP,
    after going through one of their variety packs and some of the other products I've made the original blend, buckboard bacon and salmon brine keepers for my pantry.

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