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We've had a Texas BBQ recipe, so here's MY recipe for Beef Jerky (FOR REAL).

Posted by Wick on June 9th, 2000 03:50 PM

No kidding here this is my recipe for making SUPER beef jerky!
Feel free to share it with friends, JUST MAKE SURE THAT I RECEIVE A SAMPLE!

Homemade Beef Jerky In The Oven (Compliments of Wick -

2 to 4 Pounds of Brisket sliced approximately 1/8 inch thick

Combine 1 Tablespoon each:
Seasoned Salt
Liquid Smoke
BBQ Salt (Spice), (I.E., KC Rib Doctor)
Garlic Powder (Vary Depending On Personal Taste)
Black Pepper

Add 3 Tablespoons each:
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Onion Powder
Green Pepper Tobasco Sauce (Optional)

Add 1/2 Cup Each:
Worcestershire Sauce
Soy Sauce

Combine all ingredients mixing until all lumps in marinade are dissolved.

Layer sliced brisket in a large shallow pan, and pour on marinade. Add
water, beer, or other liquid to insure that marinade covers all meat slices.

Place pan in refrigerator and allow to marinade overnight.

Drain meat, and place on oven racks placed in the upper most positions.
Meats may touch each other, but do not allow to overlap!

Set oven at lowest possible setting (150-175 degrees), and bake with the door
slightly ajar for 4 to 5 hours (depending on desired chewiness).

Remove jerky from oven and trim to desired portions removing any unwanted
fat in the process.

Store in plastic bags or glass jar.



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