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My Marinade for sliced Jerky

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The guys at work love this stuff and says it tastes like Mingua Bros jerky.  1 bottle Mesquite liquid smoke, 1 bottle low sodium soy sauce, 1 bottle "Dale's Seasoning" or the Kroger equivalent "steak seasoning", 2 tablespoons ground red pepper.  Combine everything and cut 1-1 or more with water.  The Dale's is very concentrated.  I make it a day in advance so the ground pepper can soak overnight and release some flavor.  Soak your sliced meat 8 hours to overnight and dehydrate.  It's slap your granny good.  I have used this mixed with ground meat for a jerky shooter, but it really works better with sliced beef or deer.

 

 

post #2 of 7

HH, liquid smoke ?? No real smoke ??

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I'm really not much of a grill guy.  I've been known to burn a pot of water on a grill.  This recent foray into cold smoking bacon is my first.  That marinade however is the Bomb.  :drool

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Two small roasts sliced and getting ready for the dehydrator.  :drool

 

 

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Just noticed that there is a special forum for marinades.  Mods please move if needed. 

 

Here's the finished product.  Came out great.

 

post #6 of 7

Looks good!!!  How many Lbs of meat to the recipe? 

 

Thanks

 

Bob

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It's just a little over 1/2 gallon of marinade and 2 small roasts.  I didn't weigh them. I just make sure it's covered and I mix it up a couple times while it's in there to make sure everything gets good and wet.  It turned into just over 2 lbs of jerky.

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