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Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: lewiston, Id.
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jerky recipe venison or beef.
I go to costco and get a couple gallons of soy sauce. I mix in 3 handfulls of blown sugar, a small handful of table salt, and a small hand ful of coarse ground black pepper. I take roasts and slice them thick about 3/8ths of an inch thick across the grain so its easier to bite off, I tenderize each piece with a meat mallet then put a layer in the botom of a 5 gallon bucket. then i pour in some marinade and add annother layer of meat and add more marinade to each layer, stiring the marinade so you get the peper suspended in it. otherwise it will all settle to the bottom. when i get done i have a few inches of marinade on top of all of my jerkey meat and i let it marinade for 2 days. then I smoke mine with misquite chips. but the food dehydrator will get it done just as well but with out the smoke taste. you can try adding liquid smoke flavoring to the marinade I tried that once and dried my jerky on my wood stove but I didnt realy notice the smokey flavoring.
I have also used this marinade for stealhead and salmon before I smoke them and it works great for that too!
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