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2004/02/06 08:16:40 (permalink)
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Make your own jerky

I noticed on one of the posts that people were having trouble finding where to buy beef jerky .I have a recipe for beef jerky that works out far cheaper than buying the pre packed stuff . You need the following 2lb lean braising steak . 3fl oz soy sauce .2 tsp chilli powder 1 tsp onion salt .1 tbsp worcester sauce .half tsp ground white pepper . Remove all the fat from the meat and cut into strips .This is easier if you half freeze the meat first . Then mix with all other ingredients and leave over night . next day put in a very low oven (about 110 should do) on a rack over a tray and leave for about 5-6 hours . Great snack . The first time you make it it may seem expensive but most of the stuff you only buy the first time .
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    James
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/02/06 14:29:04 (permalink)
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    Looks good Joe

    Can I pinch this recepe for the next newsletter please (all credit to you!)?
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    JoeMac
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/02/06 19:56:40 (permalink)
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    No Problem James . I have seen some of the pre packaged jerky for £7 for 200 grammes !! and this way you can always have some to hand .

    All the best

    Joe
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    Yib
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/02/08 00:35:14 (permalink)
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    think im going to try this...sounds pretty good and i dont think i need something like this for inbetween classes

    thnx for the recipe
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    JoeMac
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/02/08 17:06:26 (permalink)
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    Just one other tip .As the meat dries it shrinks quite a bit so cut the strips twice the size you want the finished pieces to be .I get the butcher to cut me a thick piece of steak ,maybe four inches .
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    PauliE
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/02/08 21:03:03 (permalink)
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    Thanks, been after jerky for ages.

    Pay respects people.

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    98_pound_weakling
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/02/09 14:56:30 (permalink)
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    Cool Recipe. Now to find some beef in INdia.

    :) The Weakling...
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    White-Tiger
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/06/03 15:09:02 (permalink)
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    what cuts are considered to be "lean braising"???
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/06/06 11:47:24 (permalink)
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    Thats a good idea JoeMac.

    I personally highly recommend you get a dehyrdator :)

    I make beef jerky all week long, every week in that thing, and I also make bananna chips and all sorts of dried veggies to snack on, and since its got 6 layers, I can make many things at once.
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    mac
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/06/08 21:53:40 (permalink)
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    I agree dehydrators are great, make very nice jerky :-)
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/06/09 01:44:15 (permalink)
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    does anyone know if the dehydrating do anything to the food, besides remove the moisture?
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    mac
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    RE: Make your own jerky 2004/06/09 07:41:37 (permalink)
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    Just removes the moisture, drying is far less harsh than grilling/boiling etc
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