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This turned out excellent! I love heat but am super sensitive to cayenne for some reason so I only used 1 teaspoon and then just sprinkled a bit of crushed red pepper flakes. I can't wait to try this recipe with venison!
I am in love! This was my first attempt at making beef jerky. I used to love jerky when I was a kid but I ate so much jerky that I got sick on it years ago and quit eating beef jerky all together. My granddaughter is the jerky fan in the house so we made the beef jerky together. Instead of garlic powder we used minced garlic and then when we got the beef on the trays of the dehydrator we sprinkled a few finely chopped green onion tops and some red pepper flakes. Also the recipe didn't say to but I read from USDA that to make sure the jerky was safe to eat without being refrigerated to put it in a 300F oven for 10 minutes to kill any bacteria before putting the meat in the dehydrator. This shortened the time in the dehydrator to 3 hours. I am not a fan of beef jerky but it smelled so good I had to try it and it has a really good flavor. My granddaughter loves it so we will be making this again.
Pretty good. Just remember a little cayenne goes a long way & adjust it to your liking. I used the oven at 200 and used cookie cooling racks on a cookie pan. Done in 5 hours. opened the oven a couple of times to let some of the steam out & flipped it about halfway through.
I used to make Jerky with my mom over 40 years ago. I lost her recipe, and this is the closest that I have found to hers. I love this jerky. I use brisket. Tip: use your electric carving knife to slice the beef. I’m able to get more consistent and thinner slices with far less effort.