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Venision Recipes

Unread postby ejzirbes » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:35 pm

Wanted to find a good jerky recipe and marinade. Anybody care to share? :L:


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Re: Venision Recipes

Unread postby Carol » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:37 pm

ejzirbes wrote:Wanted to find a good jerky recipe and marinade. Anybody care to share? :L:


Head down to the recipe section of the forum and you will find all sorts of recipes there for venison jerky... and much more!

http://www.thehuntingbeast.com/viewforum.php?f=40
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Re: Venision Recipes

Unread postby Edcyclopedia » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:42 pm

Jerky - alla - Eddy
2 c Worcestershire sauce
2c cup Soy sauce
½ c Liquid Smoke
3/4 c Red Hot Sauce
6 TB Honey
3 TB Mustard
6 TB Garlic Salt
2 TB Pepper
4 TB Onion Powder
2 c Brown Sugar
To Add HEAT
2 ½ TB Crushed Red Pepper or
¼ c Tabasco sauce

Mix all marinade ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Pour into plastic container and refrigerate until needed. Measure out 2 cups of mixture for every 3# of meat to be marinated. Pour over meat slices that are already in a quart size zip lock bag. Thoroughly wet all sides of meat. Refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours. Rotate bag every few hours, working the marinade over all meat. Drain the meat and spread the meat (be sure to NOT overlap) onto trays in single layers. If using a dehydrator, dry for 4-5 hours, (depending on thickness) checking every 2 hours. Make sure to rotate trays
(bottom to top and flipping the meat as needed), or place trays in the oven and dry at 145 degrees for the first 4 hours then set oven to 130 degrees until dry( approx. 4-8 hours). Jerky should be hard but not brittle. Blot up any fat that appears with a paper towel. * For a chewy texture, slice the meat with the grain, or across the grain for a more tender jerky. If your oven doesn't go that low then leave door cracked open with thermometer to get the proper temps.
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Re: Venision Recipes

Unread postby Carol » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:51 pm

Hey Edcyclopedia
Post it in the recipe section so we can find it later......(hint hint)
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Re: Venision Recipes

Unread postby ejzirbes » Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:00 pm

Thanks guys for all the info! Going to make some for the gun hunt to snack on in the trees stand. Oh yea!
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