Love jerky? You can use beef, pork, or turkey in this recipe (and it doesn't require a dehydrator). The marinade is what gives it the delicious barbecue flavor.
Check out the recipe here:: https://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/438/Western_Barbecue_Jerky49524.shtml
I love many things in life but near the top of the list are what I would define as two primary food groups, coffee and jerky. Nothing makes my day more than an afternoon jerky snack, and a hot cup of coffee in the morning helps ensure that I reach that point.
Simple logic tells me that the only thing better than a good thing are two good things mashed together. So why not combine coffee and jerky?
Try it here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Coffee-Jerky-Marinade/
If you’re looking for quite possibly the easiest way of all time to make your own homemade beef jerky, then you’re in luck – this recipe will show you exactly how to do just that. You’ll only need a handful of ingredients to prepare a savory marinade mix and then all you’ll have to do is throw your beef in the oven. A few hours later and you’ll be all set to enjoy some ridiculously tasty beef jerky. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Read more here: https://healthysubstitute.com/beef-jerky-in-oven
A bacon jerky recipe packed with sweet, crunchy, bacon goodness. This candied bacon jerky recipe yields crisp salty-sweet bacon strips with a kick of cayenne pepper. It has a nice balance of sweet and salty thanks to brown sugar. Compare to other jerky recipes, this one is relatively easy to put together.
Try it here: https://www.kitchenhealssoul.com/candied-bacon-jerky
Deer meat (venison) tastes a lot like beef except it is leaner. This deer jerky recipe tastes just like the beef jerky you buy at the store except healthier, tastier, and without all those weird preservatives. Isn’t home cooking fun?
Find the recipe here: http://www.nzhuntingandshooting.co.nz/f49/venison-jerky-1944/
Beef is great but sometimes poultry is even better. Be warned though, because this recipe is one of the best chicken jerky recipes ever!
Read more here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Chicken-Jerky/
Jerky for vegetarians? While most vegan jerky recipes are made with wheat gluten, this recipe switches it up a bit by making it with tofu strips! This savory and extra spicy tofu jerky is made with oven dried tofu strips flavored with smoky seasonings and fiery sriracha sauce!
Try it here: https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/spicy-sriracha-tofu-jerky/
If you’ve ever tried Korean BBQ, you know how ridiculously delicious it is. If your taste buds are looking for something new and exciting, then switch it up a bit and try this Korean BBQ beef jerky recipe.
Get the full recipe here: https://steamykitchen.com/38897-korean-beef-jerky-recipe.html
We love seeing unusual proteins get turned into jerky strips and salmon is one of our favorites! This recipe turns a classic snack into one packed with omega-3s, protein, and essential amino acids. So, now you can snack guilt-free and to your heart’s content!
Read more here: http://blog.westonproducts.com/2013/04/Salmon-Jerky-Recipe.html
Love sweet jerky? This maple syrup jerky is your new favorite jerky recipe!!! II you have never made jerky with maple syrup, go ahead and give it a go. It tastes fantastic!
Read more here: https://www.jerkyholic.com/pure-maple-syrup-jerky/
Not many people know about this but duck or goose meat is a great alternative to beef! Duck meat has a very distinct taste and texture allowing it to easily absorb whatever spices and herbs you choose. To make this recipe, be sure to get the ratio of salt right. Marinate the meat for at least 24 hours to ensure your jerky is the best it can be!
Read more here: https://honest-food.net/duck-or-goose-jerky/
If you like your meaty treat with a bit of sweet & spice, this is the jerky recipe for you! This slightly spicy, slightly sweet beef jerky is unbelievably tender and makes an awesome gift!
Find the recipe here: http://www.spachethespatula.com/spicy-teriyaki-beef-jerky/
Bak Kwa or dried meat is a Malaysian/Chinese-style jerky made of pork. It has a moist texture and is grilled to perfection by a charcoal fire. Bak Kwa is usually pricey, so the homemade version is definitely the best way to enjoy this delectable delicacy.
Find the recipe here: https://www.malaysianchinesekitchen.com/bak-kwa-chinese-pork-jerky/
If you do nothing else on your smoke vault or pellet grill, you have to make a batch of homemade jerky. Seriously. It's easy, delicious, and loads cheaper than buying a bag of mystery-ingredient jerky you'll find at the gas station.
Try it here: https://www.campchef.com/recipes/homemade-jerky/
A much loved Alaskan snack, this salmon jerky recipe is perfect for those looking for an unusual, delicious bite to eat on the go. Cure the salmon fillet in maple syrup, liquid smoke and soy sauce before drying out at a low temperature, imparting a sweet, smoky and savory flavor into the fish.
This salmon jerky recipe is perfect for those looking for an unusual, delicious snack: https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/recipes/salmon-jerky-recipe
This hot and spicy beef jerky recipe is a classic and has just the right flavor to turn this one-time snack into a lifetime obsession. Still not spicy enough for you? Add a few cayenne pepper and ground black pepper for the perfect kick of spiciness! Plus a few minced garlic too, for extra flavor.
Read more here: https://thehealthyfoodie.com/homemade-beef-jerky/
I am going to show you how to make bacon jerky at home step-by-step. I have been using this technique for a few years now and my family loves this delicious snack!
Read more here: https://furiousgrill.com/how-to-make-bacon-jerky/
Teriyaki Beef Jerky is a staple snack in our pantry. Tender beef strips marinated in a sweet and tangy homemade teriyaki sauce.
Read more here: https://heygrillhey.com/teriyaki-beef-jerky/
The jerky has a sweet marinade but the spice blend lends a peppery heat. It’s pretty addicting. This was my first time ever making jerky so I really didn’t want to go out and by a dehydrator since I had no idea if this was something I would want to do again. After I made it, I have determined that I do want to do it again, although the oven worked really well for me so I’m not sure I need to buy the dehydrator anyway.
Try it here: https://afunfoodie.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/sweet-and-spicy-venison-jerky/
This Bloody Mary Beef Jerky recipe is a great way to get the comforting flavors of the classic cocktail into beef jerky! It is tasty and a great snack that is jam-packed full of protein.
Check it out here: https://ramshacklepantry.com/bloody-mary-beef-jerky-recipe/
Bacon jerky is crisp and chewy, smoky and meaty, sweet and salty with a hit of spice all at once. It's part bacon candy, part jerky and all satisfying.
Check it out here: http://thesquishymonster.com/2015/04/bacon-jerky.html
Chinese Pork Jerky (Bak Kwa) is a popular Chinese snack - delicious, savory, moist, and loaded with meat flavors. Come learn how to make it at home easily.
Try it here: http://www.chinesefoody.com/chinese-pork-jerky/
This homemade spicy venison jerky will make your mouth water for more. Smoky pepper and teriyaki jerky is a high protein snack that will last through hours of stalking your big game prey.
Check it out here: https://www.traegergrills.com/recipes/wild-game/teriyaki-deer-jerky
This spicy ranch beef jerky has the right amount of tang with a little spice perfect for your next snack.The only thing I can’t promise is you won’t eat the whole thing in one sitting.
Try it here: https://www.glitterandgraze.com/spicy-ranch-beef-jerky
Jerky is a great way to preserve meats. Preparing jerky in a smoker, rather than a dehydrator or oven, takes the flavor to a whole new dimension.
Read more here: https://mrecipes.com/smoker/beef/smoked-meat-jerky/