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Made some jerky from some Red Pol beef cuts,whats an easy flavoring for this?



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If you've already dried it then I"m not sure what would stick to it.

I do quite a bit of jerky during the summer, some on the pit and some in the dehydrator and I prefer marinading my beef strips in Allegro Hot and Spicy or something similar and then coarse ground black pepper on both sides during the drying process. However, if you'd rather not soak the meat just find you a good dry seasoning that you like and put it on when you first start and lightly pound it in with a mallet then sprinkle again during the cooking process. I have even done some with pure Cayenne Pepper, which is a great blood thinner also, but be careful because it can get too hot real quickly.

Good Luck and let us know what you end up doing and how you like it,
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-- Edited by Mello Yello on Friday 10th of January 2014 03:48:42 PM

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John, here's a Jerky thread that I did last year and Geezer has a couple on pages 1 and 2 of the Recipe Thread.
http://homehandyman.activeboard.com/t51953244/not-my-cup-a-tea-jerky/



-- Edited by Mello Yello on Friday 10th of January 2014 04:02:18 PM

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Thanks MelloYellow we will give it a try, smilesmilesmile



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Awesome Avatar, John, is that a Local Bird?
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Mello Yello wrote:

Awesome Avatar, John, is that a Local Bird?
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don't think so   looks more like the RULER of the roost to me,,, 



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Mello Yello wrote:

Awesome Avatar, John, is that a Local Bird?
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         They have made a big come back on the north shore of Lake Erie.Yes, he's not far from my house.smile



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Mello Yello wrote:

If you've already dried it then I"m not sure what would stick to it.

I do quite a bit of jerky during the summer, some on the pit and some in the dehydrator and I prefer marinading my beef strips in Allegro Hot and Spicy or something similar and then coarse ground black pepper on both sides during the drying process. However, if you'd rather not soak the meat just find you a good dry seasoning that you like and put it on when you first start and lightly pound it in with a mallet then sprinkle again during the cooking process. I have even done some with pure Cayenne Pepper, which is a great blood thinner also, but be careful because it can get too hot real quickly.

Good Luck and let us know what you end up doing and how you like it,
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-- Edited by Mello Yello on Friday 10th of January 2014 03:48:42 PM


 One more question;I use the oven to dry my meat.Recommend a temp. and how long to dry? My 1st lot were like chips!Crispy cry



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First of all let me say that I haven't done any in the oven but I would say around 170 plus or minus and as to how long that would depend on the thickness and quanity. I would also think that if you used a grate like something from your charecoal pit or similar then the heat could circulate all around the meat and cook it more evenly. Your jerky should be bendable but dry and done completely thru. Since I haven't done any in the oven, I'll bet if you google "jerky in the oven" you will get better info than I can offer by just guessing.

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OK John, I looked on the back of some High Mtn Jerky Seasoning and got their website and some good information.  If you'll scroll down there is a short paragraph on fixing it in the OVEN.  http://himtnjerky.com/product/jerky.php



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That's a great site ,thanks MelloYello. My next lot should be better.Will let you know how it turns out and what I use for seasoning.smile



-- Edited by JPB on Saturday 11th of January 2014 10:17:25 PM

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if that Red Polled Hereford is as good as my neighbor's used to be then you should have some "Prime Jerky" when you get thru.

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Hey John, you dried that next batch of Bovine yet?

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Yes,sorry for the late reply. I used 'Bulls Eye' bbq garlic sauce, sat in that for 1 day,hung to drip off excess and then cure in the oven on tooth picks. It was great. Going to try something different,we have Presidents Choice brand maple & bacon sauce (MMMM good) smile    Enjoy your summer!



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