You need to try this Bacon jerky! It is crisp and chewy, smoky and meaty, sweet and salty with a hit of spice all at the same time. One of the most exciting parts of this Bacon jerky from The Squishy Monster is the slow building heat from the Sriracha that’s mellowed out by the honey.
Check out this easy recipe here: http://thesquishymonster.com/2015/04/bacon-jerky.html
The hubs has been on a jerky kick recently, especially lean turkey and chicken. At $6 or more for a little 3 oz. store-bought package I decided to bust out our dehydrator and try to make some myself. I decided to make a marinade that had NO liquid smoke (the smell and taste grosses me out), so I used some spicy chili paste, garlic, honey, and soy sauce.
The verdict? Four thumbs up (two from the hubs, two from me). I spent $10 on chicken (5 lbs. @ $1.99/lb) and we already had the rest of the ingredients. After dehydration, there was more than 25 oz. of jerky. More than 8 servings of 3-oz. portions – which would probably cost $50 or more at the supermarket. And it’s spicy and delicious! I don’t even like jerky and I snuck a few pieces after they were done.
Food, Fam, Crafts, Fun https://recipebookandmore.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/homemade-spicy-chicken-jerky/
We Know You Love Jerky, But Did You Know You Can Add It To Your Favorite Recipes!?! Mountain America Jerky Shows Us 4 Ways To Use Jerky In Recipes Here: https://mountainamericajerky.com/4-ways-use-jerky-recipes/
Easy recipe for fruit leather using your oven or a food dehydrator – it’s 100% fruit! Swap out apples and blueberries for peaches and apples (or even easier: applesauce.)
Read more from Teaspoon of Spice here: https://teaspoonofspice.com/apple-blueberry-fruit-leather/
The Korean BBQ marinade allows the meat to soak in the flavor while also tenderizing the meat. The key ingredients to boost the flavor are the aromatics like onion, garlic, and ginger that fuse with a smoky sesame oil and the fruit and brown sugar take away the salty bite from the soy sauce. At the end of the day, the results are amazing tender slices of rich savory jerk!
Marinate Me Baby http://marinatemebaby.com/2016/10/16/korean-bbq-jerky/
You'll never buy store-bought again after trying this venison jerky recipe.
Recipe | Outdoor Channel http://outdoorchannel.com/article.aspx?id=26040&osm=1
When I say easy, I mean EASY! Beef Jerky has always been our go-to snack for long trips but the ingredient list always left me hanging my head in shame!
Now, after making my own jerky, I profess that I will NEVER buy it again!! Not only will I save myself from eating soy, trace amounts of wheat, msg, corn, flavorings (whatever that means) and chemical nitrates, I will save LOTS of Money too!!
See recipe here: http://satisfyingeats.com/snacks/easy-beef-jerky/
Whether you've got a dehydrator or just an oven, flavorful teriyaki turkey jerky is a must make. Soy sauce, Worcestershire and brown sugar spice up this convenient and healthy snack that you'll be amazed you can whip up in your own kitchen.
Recipe | CDKitchen.com https://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/258/Teriyaki-Turkey-Jerky123390.shtml
Not Much More To Say... this Jerky's Got Sriracha, Bacon And My Heart!! The Hungry Mountaineer http://hungrymountaineer.com/sriracha-candied-bacon-jerky/
Not just a snack, chicken jerky is also the perfect flavorful, accompaniment for this healthy slow cooker recipe.
Fit Slow Cooker Queen https://fitslowcookerqueen.com/slow-cooker-chicken-jerky-meatloaf/
If you make this jerky, make extra - it will go fast! The taste was great. We used really fresh salmon, of course. It didn’t smell fishy. The salmon jerky was really tender and chewy. It had great flavor. I was so surprised there was such a lemon taste to it. The balance of soy sauce, molasses, lemon and pepper was perfect. It really made this a great, healthy feeling snack.
be mindful. be human. http://www.bemindfulbehuman.com/index.php/jerky-week-salmon-jerky/
I absolutely love Krave jerky, it’s great that there are no fillers and that they use real ingredients. No unpronounceable additives or “flavoring” there!
But I am disappointed that the don’t use sustainably raised animals and that they are owned by Hershey’s. It seems like every time a good company pops up it’s gobbled up by a larger corp and the ethics are compromised. But, regardless, Krave jerky is now popping up at Wal-Mart for under $5 a bag but the bag is so tiny and it’s so easy to replicate at home that I had to start working on my own black cherry BBQ pork jerky recipe. Plus the original is pretty high in sugars, mine is much lower.
Rx Primal http://rxprimal.com/2016/10/03/paleo-jerky-recipe-copycat-krave-black-cherry-bbq-pork-jerky/
When I think of rhubarb, I think of rhubarb crisps, cobblers, pies and other home-baked goods. This year, though, instead of heading right for the oven, I decided to turn my sights toward my food dehydrator.
Check out the recipe here: http://www.thisoriginalorganiclife.com/2014/06/12/strawberry-rhubarb-fruit-rollups/
Ever made homemade jerky? It’s surprisingly easy…and really delicious! This Homemade Venison Jerky Recipe is a favorite snack around our house!
Homemade Venison Jerky Recipe https://spicedblog.com/homemade-venison-jerky.html
There is nothing like homemade jerky! This recipe from Camp Chef calls for beef, but I am sure you can modify it and make chicken or turkey jerky with it!
Check it out here: https://www.campchef.com/recipes/homemade-jerky/
Rachel Graville created this licoricey, Asian-inflected jerky after drinking a Manhattan Special soda, a fizzy, coffee-flavored drink created in 1895. Now you can make it at home!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/sweet-and-spicy-jerky
Food & Wine has found a recipe for you jerky lovers who also love lots of pepper!
Find this recipe here: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/black-pepper-jerky
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