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Thread: Home made Beef Jerky

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    1lb of thinly sliced beef stake
    1 cup of soy sauce
    1 cup of teriaky sauce
    1/2 cup of chile flake

    Take your steak and soak your meat in it for about 2 hours after you have soaked you steak in the sauce take like a cookie cooling rack or on a wire rack lay your steak out in a row sprinkle your chile flake on the steak set your oven for 100 degrees and put your meat on the bottom rack it either foil or cookie sheet under rack to catch your drippings let it set overnight in your oven or 8 hours depend how hard or soft you desire then you will have great beef jerky mmmmm yummie

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    sOUNDS WONDERFUL AND EASY. 2 OF MY FAVORITES.

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    Don't you need some sort of salt to cure it? just curious. The recipes I have seen all call for some sort of salt or cure. If I could leave the salt out my dad could have it--has to watch his salt intake b/c of blood pressure.
    thanks!
    Rose Hall

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    No because the soy sauce has salt in it already you canmore salt if you like but might get a little to salty if you dont like a lot of salt.

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    Sorry Rose since your dad has high blood presure you can buy the low sodium soy sauce they even make a white soy sauce I bought some about a month ago at a 99 cent store by my house it's not to bad so try the low sodium for your dear ol dad
    enjoy it Rose

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    Thanks! I will have to try it. I'm home with snow day #5 tomorrow. Sounds like something to have for the Super Bowl party!!
    Rose

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    sounds wonderful! my SIL goes hunting all winter (or is seems like that anyway) and he has been searching for a simple Jerky recipe!

    Thanks!
    Sherri :)

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    Hello rose you can add any kind of spice to your jerky and different flavors as well you can do like a smoke kind the liquid smoke they have it a bottle you can do a black pepper to experiment with it.

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    you can probley make turkey jerkey to just make sure you soak it to like in a brime

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    Thanks for posting that. I use to make jerky all the time in a dehydrator but don't have that anymore. We were just going to look for a recipe for the oven. Great timing.
    :thumbup:

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