One of my friends made some homemade beef jerky on his food dehydrator which was good & another friend ordered some spectacular beef jerky. These two things inspired me to make the best jerky i possibly can so that is why I am on this forum. I am located in the West Los Angeles California area and I am looking into making super thin beef jerky like Mahogany Smoked Beef in Bishop CA. I also want to try making paper thin jerky from ground beef.
the mahogany smoked beef, teriyaki beef jerky is very thin and almost like a candy.
Here are the ingredients listed on the back of the label.
Teriyaki Sauce ( Soy Sauce [ Water, wheat, soybeans, salt ], wine, sugar, water, vinegar, salt, spices, onion powder, succinic acid, garlic powder)
Any advice on how to copy their jerky is much appreciated. I am unsure if they actually smoke this jerky because liquid smoke is listed as an ingredient. Thoughts?
I also want to try this paper thin jerky
Edited by superthinjerky - 9/9/16 at 8:15pm