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/
How to Make Bacon Jerky in Just 6 Easy Steps. Learn how to make tasty bacon in a unique and interesting way.
Read more here: https://cookingchew.com/bacon-jerky.html
Are you looking for a simple smoked jerky recipe? Look no further! At the link below you will learn how to make perfect smoked jerky using a pellet smoker.
Read more here: https://www.smokedmeatsunday.com/smoked-beef-jerky/
Use the deer you process in the fall is to make deer jerky in the oven. Kids love it, you'll love it… It’s not really a meal but it’s filling just like a meal.
You can play with the marinade however you want. You can make it spicy or sweet or somewhere in between. It’s a really flexible dish.
See the step-by-step tutorial here: https://ladyleeshome.com/deer-jerky-in-the-oven-hunters-food/
If you’re looking for an Easy Homemade Ground Beef Jerky Recipe that’s Paleo, Clean Eating, MSG free, Gluten Free, budget-friendly AND STILL delicious, look no further, you’ve found it. If you just want a tasty ground beef jerky recipe for a dehydrator this is it. You’ll feel good about eating or sharing this beef jerky with family and friends too. TIP: This recipe works with any type of ground meat!! Anything you’re looking for in a ground beef jerky recipe is right here: https://littlehousebigalaska.com/2015/01/easy-ground-beef-homemade-jerky.html
Making jerky at home can seem quite complicated, and it can be if you don't follow the right steps. But, here's the ManMade guide to making your own salmon jerky, complete with everything you need to know. Grab some meat and meet us in the kitchen.
Find out How To Make The Perfect Homemade Salmon Jerky here: https://www.manmadediy.com/perfect-homemade-salmon-jerky
New to making jerky? See the best cuts of beef to use when making your favorite beef jerky! One of the most important decisions when making beef jerky is the cut of meat you are going to use. The right cut of meat makes all the difference when making great tasting beef jerky, and read more below to find out which ones are the best! Read more here: https://www.jerkyholic.com/best-cuts-of-beef-for-jerky/
DIY Chicken Jerky - Lean and healthy snack - simple ingredients - so much cheaper than store bought! Try it here: https://recipebookandmore.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/homemade-spicy-chicken-jerky/
Yes, please!! This Dr. Pepper Jalapeno Beef Jerky recpe from Hey grill Hey is legendary! This post includes steps on how to make beef jerky and the best beef jerky recipe ever. I mean, really. This post is so full of beef jerky knowledge, it should probably be a book. We are going to be talking cuts of meat, slicing tips, marinating basics, and dehydrating vs. smoking.
Read more and get the recipe here: https://heygrillhey.com/dr-pepper-jalapeno-beef-jerky/
Lower fat but high in flavor. This homemade jerky fills that, "Need to gnaw" that so many folks have during outdoor activities. Less expensive and tastier that the "store bought" kind. This version is low-carb so it's diabetic friendly.
See recipe here: http://www.bigoven.com/recipe/turkey-jerky-diet/160010
If you can't find store bought jerky that's spicy enough, it's time to take matters into your own hands. Beef brisket gets a soak in a blazing habanero marinade before being dehydrated or oven-baked into jerky.
This hot & spicy jerky recipe from CD Kitchen is ade with beef brisket or venison, white onion, OR, onion powder, garlic, garlic powder, liquid smoke, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, steak sauce, monosodium glutamate, seasoned salt, black pepper, fresh rosemary, sugar, Habanero chiles, Pequin chile, hot sauce and cayenne pepper.
Check it out here: https://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/438/Hot-Spicy-Jerky123391.shtml
A duck jerky or wild goose jerky recipe flavored with garlic, brown sugar, cayenne, thyme, Worcestershire sauce and mushroom powder.
This jerky recipe is one I like a lot, but use it as a guide, not dogma. If you want to play with flavors, go for it. Just don't mess around with the ratios of salt, and be sure to let it marinate for at least 24 hours, and up to 3 days. I always use curing salt No. 1 for my jerky, as I like the rosy, hammy effect it produces -- and it's a food safety thing when you dry at lower temperatures.
Read more here: https://honest-food.net/duck-or-goose-jerky/
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? You have to try it.
See step-by-step tutorial here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Coffee-Jerky-Marinade/
Beef Jerky…yummy, right? Except I dare you to find some at the store that isn’t absolutely LOADED with a crazy amount of all sorts of chemicals and nasties. Sugar, Corn Syrup, Caramel Color, Soy Sauce, Monosodium Glutamate, Fermented Soy Beans, Maltodextrin, Hydrolized Corn Gluten (REALLY?), Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Erythorbate, these are some of the ingredients that are commonly listed on packages of beef jerky. So The Healthy Foodie took matters into her own hands and is sharing her recipe for All Natural Hot and Spicy Homemade Beef Jerky - no nasties, no chemicals and no dehydrator required. You'll never want store-bought ever again!! Read more here: https://thehealthyfoodie.com/homemade-beef-jerky/
From Bear To Moose To Ducks To Fish, We Eat A Lot Of It. With Just A Few Ingredients And Some Time, Just About Any Protein Source Can be turned into jerky which is not only a tasty snack but a great way to preserve your catch. Salmon jerky is no exception.
Different from traditionally smoked salmon in that it is a bit dryer with a chewy texture, salmon jerky has many applications. Eaten as is, crumbled over a salad, tossed in a chowder or stirred into pasta, this highly flavorful fish adds a wow-factor to many dishes. Salmon jerky can be made in the smoker, oven or food dehydrator. The trick is keeping the heat low (under 160º) so the thinly sliced strips of fish dry slowly and don’t “cook.”
Check out this tasty salmon jerky recipe from Becharof Lodge: http://becharof.com/salmon-jerky/
Homemade Ground Beef Jerky Is Easy And Economical. You Can Use Lean Beef Or Venison – Whichever You Have Available – And Common Pantry Ingredients. Why Use Ground Beef for Homemade Jerky Instead of Beef Strips? Many people prefer ground beef jerky for three main reasons:
1. It's cheaper. Ground beef or venison is less expensive than a roast.
2. It's easier to make. Working the jerky gun or rolling the meat out thinly is much easier than wrestling to cut strips out of a piece of meat with bone and connective tissue intact.
3. It's easier to chew. Eating a piece of regular beef jerky can sometimes be like chewing on an old shoe, especially when there's a lot of connective tissue. Ground beef jerky has the meaty, salty jerky taste we love without the bits that get stuck in your teeth.
Check out this homemade ground beef jerky recipe from Common Sense Home: https://commonsensehome.com/ground-beef-jerky/
Smoky chicken jerky is a savory light snack to have on hand all winter long. It takes a while to slow-cook in the oven, but then it's so easy to throw together. Chicken jerky is surprisingly easy to make, and using smoked salt in addition to other savory flavors lends a smoky tang. This is also a great marinade for beef, turkey, duck, or venison jerky. Read more here: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/267889/smoky-chicken-jerky/
Raw Coconut Jerky Is An Easy To Make Snack That Is Perfect For Traveling! If you ever find yourself in a situation where you don’t know if you’re going to be able to get good quality food – like every time you get on a plane – this is a really great snack to have on hand.
See the recipe from The raw Chef here: https://therawchef.com/trc_recipes/raw-coconut-jerky/
Shawn Knowles is a self-described old-school butcher and owner of Old Town Market in Lewisville. He began working at the shop when his father first opened the market back in 1977. Knowles takes pride in learning how to butcher "the old-fashioned way," and he sees a lot of meat come through his shop. Requests for cuts vary, but he sees a lot of people who want to make to their own beef jerky. (It's very paleo.) Here are his tips for buying the best jerky meat, plus his own recipe: https://www.dallasnews.com/life/cooking/2018/03/28/top-texas-butcher-shows-us-make-proper-beef-jerky
We’ve all heard of beef jerky, but have you tried it’s bacon counterpart? Below, I’ll teach you how to make bacon jerky — a snack that you can easily take with you on trips!
This recipe will teach you how to make bacon jerky without a dehydrator—a device commonly used for making it. As long as you have an oven, you’re all set!
How to Make Bacon Jerky: A Simple and Delicious Recipe: https://cookingispassio.com/make-bacon-jerky/
I first encountered fish jerky during a marlin tournament in Kona, Hawaii. It was steeped in the island flavors of ginger, soy, and pineapple. Here is my best approximation of that Hawaiian treat.
Field & Stream https://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/wild-chef/2013/02/fish-recipe-hawaiian-fish-jerky
The perfect mix of sweetness, saltiness, heat , acidity and the fantastic umami! The tastes explodes and sings nicely in your mouth and lasts for a very long time.
Perfect snack with a cold beer, great . when you are working, training, fishing, hunting or whenever.
The kids love it. Great snack for school lunch boxes!
Meatalicious: Wild boar jerky http://meatalicious.blogspot.com/2016/06/wild-boar-jerky.html
Not everyone can handle beef, so I decided to try my hand at making jerky using ground turkey. I have to say, I was pretty pessimistic going in. I’m not always a big fan of ground turkey (I think it’s a textural thing), but boy, were my fears unfounded! Ground turkey jerky (say it 10 times fast, it’s fun!) is absolutely fantastic! It’s tender, and oh so flavorful.
Ground Turkey Jerky from Life's A Tomato http://www.lifesatomato.com/2016/05/30/ground-turkey-jerky-nesco-snackmaster-pro/
If you haven’t been making your vegetables into jerky I’m not even sure what you’ve been doing with them. It’s high time to start treating your vegetables like meat (roast them, char-grill them, marinate them) but most of all, make them into these salty, savory, chewy slices of veggie jerky goodness.
Of course some vegetables work better for jerky than others, so let’s take a look at which ones to focus your veggie-loving efforts on
Read more from Forkly here: https://www.forkly.com/food/the-6-best-vegetables-for-making-veggie-jerky/