Wow, this seems like a wonderful idea for all of you vegetarians and vegans out there! Plant based protein! This is available in the UK from the Mighty Bee. If you try it, let us know below how it is!
Click here to read more: https://www.foodnavigator.com/Article/2018/02/13/Coconut-jerky-serves-up-plant-based-protein-in-snack-form#
Beef jerky has always had a bad reputation. Until recently when people started realizing that they can make their own!
Jerky is a high protein, low carb snack that will fill you up for awhile!
If you want to hear all the truths about Jerky, read this article from MSN.
Click here: https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/nutrition/is-beef-jerky-bad-for-you-or-just-misunderstood/ar-AAzfItO?li=BBnb4R7
Fruit leather is basically fruit jerky! It is the perfect summer treat, great for camping, hiking or a healthy snack for long car rides! Kids LOVE it!
DIY Natural shows us how to make wholesome and delicious homemade fruit leather - in an assortment of tasty flavors!!
Check it out here: https://www.diynatural.com/how-to-make-fruit-leathers/
Perfect for your 4th of July celebration or next BBQ, this Beef jerky Dip is as unique as it is delicious!
Best of all, it is soooo easy to make!!
4 oz. beef jerky, finely chopped
8 oz. cream cheese, softened to room temperature
1/2 cup sour cream
1 tsp. garlic powder
3 tsp. prepared horseradish
1/2 cup finely chopped pecans
3-4 dashes of liquid smoke
Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Photo courtesy of: http://jcocina.com
If you’ve never had watermelon jerky before, think of it more like dried mango in terms of flavor and texture.
To make it yourself, thinly slice watermelon, spritz it with a little lemon or lime juice to prevent oxidation, and dehydrate it slowly until it turns into fruit leather. If you want to take things up a notch, dip it in homemade vanilla bean whipped cream.
Take a look at the easy method of dehydrating watermelon here: https://www.brit.co/easy-watermelon-jerky-recipe/
Ah, beef jerky. Long time road trip staple and up-and-coming bar snack. We're pretty big fans of the stuff and figured, why not make a beer spiked version of our own? We marinated ours in our Bruxelles Black, but any sweet, darker Belgian ale will do the trick - and choose the fattier flank steak cut for added moisture. Jerky can be prepared in advanced for your next party or upcoming travels since it keeps in the refrigerator for up to two weeks (and leaner cuts of meat even longer), but ours disappeared in a few hours. We get the feeling yours will too.
Click here to get this recipe: https://brooklynbrewshop.com/blogs/themash/recipe-beer-beef-jerky
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.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/438/Western_Barbecue_Jerky49524.shtml
This Venison Jerky Recipe makes the perfect high protein snack for those on-the-go moments!
Click here for the recipe: http://www.northamericanwhitetail.com/recipes/venison-jerky-recipe/#ixzz5F7bvcXNB
Love salmon? Well then you are going to LOVE this salmon jerky! This recipe has a light fish flavor with a nice smokey and salty finish. Just perfect!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.jerkyholic.com/tasty-salmon-jerky/
Spiced up, irresistible beef jerky. This jerky is doused in a beer, soy and black pepper marinade, and smoked low & slow for an epic protein-packed snack.
Find this recipe here: https://www.traegergrills.com/recipes/beef/peppered-beef-jerky
Lean, healthy and delicious, this Coffee-Sriracha Venison Jerky Recipe is the perfect on-the-go snack! Make this Coffee-Sriracha Venison Jerky Recipe and then bring some along on your next hunting or fishing trip for a high-protein snack.
Find this recipe here: http://www.bowhuntingmag.com/recipes/coffee-sriracha-venison-jerky-recipe/#ixzz5EXWI3t8U
Sweet and spicy jerky is one of my personal favorites. The perfect balance: hot spices combined with the sweet flavor compliment the smoky beef.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/438/Beef_Jerky2182.shtml
Talk to your butcher- Don't be intimidated by the butcher counter, Knowles says. "We cut a lot of different beef specifically for jerky and can answer many of your questions. Depending on what method you plan to use, we can cut the beef to an appropriate thickness to make sure it dries out appropriately."
Click here for the recipe: https://www.dallasnews.com/life/cooking/2018/03/28/top-texas-butcher-shows-us-make-proper-beef-jerky
Making beef jerky is shockingly easy; it just takes a dehydrator and some patience (though you can use an oven in a pinch). The beauty of making your own jerky – besides the fact that it’ll be way more tender, flavorful and natural tasting than anything you find at the store – is that there are infinite flavors to experiment with.
Here are two great recipes to start with – one for Asian-style jerky and another for Southwestern BBQ. This jerky will only last for about a week in a Ziploc bag or mason jar, but good luck going that long without eating it all.
Click here for these recipes: https://eatsiptrip.10best.com/recipes/this-asian-and-bbq-style-beef-jerky-is-shockingly-easy-to-make/
Sweet, smoky and spicy – this is my favorite combination for jerky, and you’ll find all these flavors in this venison recipe!
Click here to find this recipe: http://www.bowhunter.com/recipes/sweet-and-smoky-venison-jerky-recipe/#ixzz5BiPGxaY5
Making beef jerky doesn’t have to be hard. With the help of your butcher and two ingredients, you could be enjoying bulgogi beef jerky tomorrow.
Click here for this recipe: https://girlscangrill.com/recipe/bulgogi-beef-jerky/
Prepared with mixed spices, Kilishi can be taken alone as a snack, or with a cup of ice cold soaked garri.
Although the origin of Kilishi remains unknown, Aminu, tells Pulse that the meat snack was a product of man’s effort to preserve excess meat.
The art of kilishi making is being passed to generations in most northern families.
Click here for the recipe and read more: http://www.pulse.ng/gist/metro/kilishi-why-nigerians-love-this-lacy-beef-jerky-from-north-id7971722.html
Homemade beef jerky is delicious, says Food & Wine Culinary Director Justin Chapple, but he also knows there's one big issue with the process of making it: it takes forever. That is, unless you follow the latest Mad Genius Tip, which uses the power of a microwave to cut cooking time down to under ten minutes.
Watch this video on how to here: http://www.foodandwine.com/video/microwave-beef-jerky-mad-genius-tip
Jerky is more popular than ever as a high-protein, low-carb, mighty tasty snack. Store-bought jerky ranges from wretched to artisan, and the good stuff is pricey. If you’re inclined to make your own, it’s an easy — though not quick — project, even without a dehydrator.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2018/02/02/recipes-diy-beef-jerky/t9FCf2nf9SHl7LQjDfQp4N/story.html
Gochujang (go-choo-jang) is a thick, fermented chili paste from Korea that’s fast gaining popularity in the U.S. You can find it in ethnic markets and many supermarkets, as well as online. Gochugaru are Korean red pepper flakes. This recipe, from Everyday Korean by Kim Sunée and Seung Hee Lee, is like bacon jerky and a delicious way to get acquainted with these ingredients. Serve with lettuce leaves and steamed rice.
Click here for this recipe: https://parade.com/634365/alison-ashton/gochujang-cured-pork-belly/
Take your favorite sloppy joe sandwich to a new level with this recipe!
Click here to see: https://www.motherearthnews.com/real-food/sloppy-joes-jerky-zerz1801zhee
With the hunting season under way, there is a need for hunters and retail food establishments to follow safe procedures to handle, process and prepare deer properly. By following safe handling and processing protocols, you can easily minimize your risk of foodborne illnesses.
What is Venison?
Venison is basically the meat of the deer. It can be used to refer to any part of the deer as long as it can be consumed, including the flesh and the internal organs. Venison can be eaten as roast, jerky, sausages, steak, minced meat, etc.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.unsafefoods.com/2018/02/02/making-enjoying-venison-jerky-safely/
Do you know the difference? The difference between biltong and jerky is more than you would think as they are really quite different products – in spite of both being essentially a dried meat snack. The differences are evident in the way they look, the way they are made (including both the process and the ingredients), the texture, and most importantly, the taste. They also differ in nutritional value.
Click here to read more: https://www.biltongblog.com/what-is-the-difference-between-biltong-and-jerky/
It’s not very hard to make a vegan jerky recipe, as you will read here. There are many easy methods to make vegan jerky without a dehydrator or anything fancy, you just need to have a bit of patience. You can make vegan jerky from tempeh, tofu, mushrooms – you name it. It is crucial to dehydrate your ingredients and then just spice it. We also have some great BBQ vegan sauces that will make your mind blow when you eat your jerky. I personally love to always have jerky in my kitchen because I love snacks and this is great way to replace my usual snacks like almonds, peanuts, or crackers. It’s spicy too! So here are 6 delicious vegan jerky recipes (I have recently added one more as bonus- it’s great, last recipe on list!)
Find these recipes here: https://www.veganbandit.net/6-delicious-vegan-jerky-recipes/
What is biltong? Proper biltong is simply cured dehydrated meat. Humans have been drying meat for centuries, it's not a new concept nor is it unique to South Africa. Having said that, biltong itself is South African in that it uses certain spices and certain techniques. Unlike the stuff they eat in America called beef jerky, biltong requires certain herbs and spices and a certain process to get it to taste the way it does.
Click here for this recipe and read more: https://lesdachef.wordpress.com/2015/12/21/how-to-make-your-own-biltong/