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Post  Nightjar Sat Jun 13, 2020 4:46 pm

This is my third batch of beef jerky, it's getting tastier with each run.
Have to control myself or I'd snack on it all day through.

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Post  piston broke Sat Jun 13, 2020 6:11 pm

Sensational, YUM Very Happy
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Post  moredeep Sat Jun 13, 2020 7:27 pm

looks very nice pete,any chance of the recipe/process? or is it a trade secret?


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Post  Nightjar Sat Jun 13, 2020 9:57 pm

Moredeep, Have been experimenting with the recipe and process, will disclose details when the next batch goes in the Dehydrator.




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Post  rockhunter62 Sun Jun 14, 2020 9:44 am

Keep making jerky Pete and I'll come and visit you the next time I go see my other mate at Waikiki T06

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Post  moredeep Sun Jun 14, 2020 6:54 pm

Thanks pete,will look forward to it.


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Post  Nightjar Wed Jul 22, 2020 6:24 pm

Have arrived at the very best Beef Jerky to date.
Have been experimenting and feel there won't be many changes to this final recipe.

1: 1kg of "Topside Beef" with minimal fat and gristle, sliced 12mm layers then cut into 12mm strips and then 30mm lengths. Place strips in container.
2: In a mixing jug add;
150ml X Soy
1 X TSP - Lemon juice
1/2 X TSP - Pepper
1 X TSP - Garlic
3 X TBSP - Sweet Chilli Sauce
2 X TBSP - Worcestershire Sauce
2 X TBSP - Tomato Sauce
2 X TBSP - Honey

Stir thoroughly, put in microwave for one minute and once again stir.
Drizzle contents over meat in container.
Cover container with lid or glad wrap and place in fridge. Stir contents ever few hours during day then leave in fridge over night.
Cut and fit a layer of "oven bake paper" in base of your hydrator being sure to leave centre console clear for air movement. (This will catch drips and make later cleaning easier.)
Finally drain container and place strips on racks. (Be sure to not have segments touching)
Set your hydrator for 8 hours @ 70C

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Post  moredeep Thu Jul 23, 2020 9:37 am

Thanks for sharing your recipe Pete,I will certainly give it a go  Very Happy


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Post  Scrubby Thu Jul 23, 2020 9:03 pm

Thanks for the recipe Pete.
I have never had a go at making any but I can remember eating
some many ,many years ago. So now I am wondering what method the old folk used for drying it. (pre dehydrator days )

If its not too complicated I might be tempted to try it.
I asked the IOC if we could use a Dehydrator, she said nah we would never use it. Sad scratch

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