Venison jerky

bigbonner

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Aug 5, 2015
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Would honey work in place of sorghum?
Probably would be ok. or maybe a touch of brown sugar.
I have been using sorghum in my mix for years now. I also use a little sorghum in my baked beans and baked sweet potatoes.
This was my first year using it in my sweet potatoes and these were the best ones we have ever made I only put a big heaped up tablespoon full in a 8 X 12 pan
 

bondhu

12 pointer
Jul 3, 2015
5,425
Battle Run
Alegro marinade then shake of seasoning you like. Obay is interesting.
If no alegro go with dales or kroger brand.
If you go this route a little goes a long way.


Edit : after looking back you seam to be wanting a sweet jerky like jack links. Scratch what I suggested it will be more like Mingua Brothers original.
Defiantly I dont want no sweet shit.
 

Little FR

12 pointer
Nov 10, 2021
4,697
West Kentucky
I swear if you’ll trim up and dry season the meat cut into 1/2” thick pieces and beat with a meat tenderizer mallet to double their size you’ll soon figure out all of that wet marinade mess is unnecessary and you’ll never go back. Tender as can be and ready quickly.
I would die of old age if I did that to every piece of jerky. I’m sure it’s great. Just not for bulk processing.
 

bondhu

12 pointer
Jul 3, 2015
5,425
Battle Run
Trim like the bearded butcher's do across grain I then pop pieces back in freezer for hour or so then slice paper then.
Also dry off marinade before dehydrator.
I am not going for a chewy jerky , more of a dried frisbee road kill.
 


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