My Marinade for sliced Jerky

Discussion in 'Making Jerky' started by haywire haywood, Jan 7, 2015.

  1. haywire haywood

    haywire haywood Smoke Blower

    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.

     
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  2. crazymoon

    crazymoon Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    HH, liquid smoke ?? No real smoke ??
     
  3. haywire haywood

    haywire haywood Smoke Blower

    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.  [​IMG]
     
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  4. haywire haywood

    haywire haywood Smoke Blower

    Two small roasts sliced and getting ready for the dehydrator.  [​IMG]

     
  5. haywire haywood

    haywire haywood Smoke Blower

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

    Here's the finished product.  Came out great.

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

    Thanks

    Bob
     
  7. haywire haywood

    haywire haywood Smoke Blower

    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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