Got a good dried beef recipe?

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Original poster
Aug 25, 2007
I have been looking for a good dried beef recipe that isn't real time consuming. Most of the recipes I have found require quite a lot of time. If you have any suggestions on the best way to do dried beef, I'd be grateful.
There was a thread awhile back asking the same thing and what dried beef is, apparently different to different people.

Can you describe your idea of dried beef?
Yes sir, I have a reciepe, its too late tonite for me to find it, I'm flaming out. I will look tommorrow.
By the way, DeerSmoker, please stop by over at the Roll Call forum. Everyone would love to give you a proper greeting.

In case I miss it over there, I'll post it here....

Welcome to the forum. We're glad you're here. If you have questions, please ask. If you have advice, please offer it!

The dried beef I am asking about is done with the sirloin or round. You smoke/dry it and slice it paper thin and then use it in a white gravey over toast or mashed potatoes. It is also delicious to eat plain or in a sandwich.

My question deals with the curing and smoking process.

AH okay that's what I always called it - the last poster to request this was asking for something different. Let me look. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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