Saturday, February 20, 2010

Wild Bills Beef Jerky Recipe My Husband Would Like To Make Deer Jerky That Tastes Like Wild Bill's Beef Jerky. Does Anyone Have A Recipe?

My husband would like to make deer jerky that tastes like Wild Bill's beef jerky. Does anyone have a recipe? - wild bills beef jerky recipe

My husband is choppy with wild bills, and I repeat the taste possessed.

4 comments:

  1. Been There~Done That!February 20, 2010 at 10:53 PM

    Beef Jerky


    * 1 1 / 2 to 2 pounds flank
    * 2 / 3 cup Worcestershire sauce
    * 2 / 3 cup soy sauce
    * 1 tablespoon honey
    2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper
    2 teaspoons onion powder
    1 teaspoon Liquid Smoke Tea
    * 1 teaspoon paprika
    String * Special Equipment: 1 box fan, 4 paper air filter system, and 2 bungee


    Cut skirt steak of excess fat in a plastic tip and in the freezer for 1 to 2 hours in order to identify precisely.

    They cut meat from the freezer and sliced the meat with the grain into long strips removed.

    Place strips of meat with the remaining ingredients in a large 1 gallon resealable plastic bag and move all the ingredients until evenly distributed. Put the bag in the refrigerator for 3 to 6 hours.

    Remove meat from brine and pat to dry. Equitable distribution of meat strips of 3 air filters, put it in the grooves and stacking the filters on a pertro. Top these with 1 empty filter. Then put the box fan on the side and top. Strap the filters to the fan with 2 bungee cords. Stand the fan upright, plug and put the medium term. Allow the meat dry 8 to 12 hours. If you use a commercial dehydrator, follow the manufacturer's instructions.

    When dry, cool and dry in an airtight container for 2 to 3 months.

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  2. ~Susakins Makoozakins~February 21, 2010 at 11:00 AM

    Deer Jerky --


    INGREDIENTS
    1 pound boneless, roasted wild
    4 tablespoons soy sauce
    4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
    2 tablespoons liquid smoke flavoring
    1 tablespoon tomato sauce
    Pepper 1 / 4 c. Tea
    1 / 4 c. Tea garlic powder
    1 / 4 teaspoon onion salt
    Salt 1 / 2 teaspoon



    NOTES
    Cut the meat into long strips, 1 inch wide and 1 / 8 inch thick. Be deposited in a large plastic bag, combine soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, tomato sauce, paprika, garlic powder, salt and onion salt. The meat and seal the bag. Stored in the refrigerator overnight. Kneading occasionally to distribute marinade evenly.
    Preheat oven to 160 degrees F (70 degrees C). Place a pan on the bottom of the furnace to collect the drops, or line with foil.
    Place strips of meat on a rack so they do not touch each other, and is dried for 6 to 8 hours in the oven, or until the desired consistency.

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  3. * 5 pounds of lean meat
    * 1 cup pickling salt
    * 1 / 2 cup brown sugar or molasses
    Garlic * 1 teaspoon of liquid
    * 4 tablespoons black pepper
    * 2 liters of water

    Remove all fat and membrane from the meat. Mix the remaining ingredients. Soak the meat in the solution (salted meat) for 8 to 10 hours. Remove meat and rinse your gut. Blot with paper towel to remove excess liquid. Let stand to dry for one or two hours of air. Then rub in the ingredients of your choice, as we prepare onion salt, garlic, salt and pepper seasoning for the Directorate of Spices on the market. Smoking of meat 8 to 12 hours or until done. Try to keep the meat a piece of meat. It must be flexible, but solid as a piece of rope. Remove let you rest until cool.

    Sour Don Holmes Book of Food Drying, Pickling and smoking by Don and Myrtle Holm

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  4. You need to have to experiment with spices a little, but I used:

    Smoke aromatic powder
    Garlic powder
    MSG
    Wise
    Celery salt
    Chili powder
    black pepper
    Onion powder

    My recipe for a small container of each of these phones. Finely chop the meat and mixed in the powder and excavators placed in the dehydrator.

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