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Jerky

Postby bluc » Fri Jul 27, 2018 8:08 pm

Recipes
650g raw corned beef, cut into thin strips

1/4 cup soy sauce

2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

2 tablespoons brown sugar

1 teaspoon ground black pepper

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon onion powder

2 teaspoon smoked paprika

Marinated overnight..

Second lot
650g raw corned meat
1/2 cup tomato sauce
2tbl sponns worchestishire sauce
1 Tsp pepper
Marinated overnight.

Dehydrator
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Meat
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Cooking as I type... :teasing-tease:
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Re: Jerky

Postby Mr Tinker » Fri Jul 27, 2018 8:16 pm

Hey Bluc,

Have you made this before? How does it come out?

Looks like the goods and simple as hell to do!

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Re: Jerky

Postby The Stig » Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:55 pm

Nice to see your sticking with the 5 Star brand :laughing-rolling:
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Re: Jerky

Postby orcy » Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:50 pm

Why would you start with corned beef? I've never heard of that before. I use either top side or skirt Depending on the style I feel like.
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Re: Jerky

Postby Sam. » Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:51 pm

orcy wrote:Why would you start with corned beef? I've never heard of that before. I use either top side or skirt Depending on the style I feel like.


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Re: Jerky

Postby Rush006 » Fri Jul 27, 2018 11:42 pm

Ive done it that way before and it works. no where near as nice as fresh topside or rump.
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Re: Jerky

Postby Dig Brinker » Sat Jul 28, 2018 2:13 am

Corned beef is for boiling, B. And it also contains nitrites and a shitload of salt. Let us know how it goes, but fresh skirt steak is my choice. Cut across the grain for a crispy jerky, cut with the grain for the softer type.
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Re: Jerky

Postby Doubleuj » Sat Jul 28, 2018 7:11 am

Hope it turns out ok for you mate, might be a tad salty though.
I get uncorned silverside from my butcher, it’s a tad cheaper than topside and works just as well :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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Re: Jerky

Postby bluc » Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:20 am

Corned beef is pre salted and cheap is why i used it. I reakon it needs plenty salt. Had some last night and is pretty good not ott salted. :handgestures-thumbupleft:
Was pretty cut by time I had it but...will try more later today :laughing-rolling:
Next lot will try a unsalted cut and see
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Re: Jerky

Postby Birdman85 » Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:44 am

+1 on the use of corned beef. Per kilo, jerk is the most bloody expensive snack. Why not make it yourself and use a cheaper cut?
You're right it will never be as good as a super low fat topside, but what it's worth is still good.

I also have mates who shoot alot and I've done alot of roo and also venison (damn good).

If you need extra salt, try using a malt vinegar in the marinate.
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Re: Jerky

Postby EziTasting » Sat Jul 28, 2018 12:05 pm

There’s some really good info coming out...
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Re: Jerky

Postby Birdman85 » Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:52 am

Oh and on another note, I was a little bit of a chilli fan when I was into my jerky. Grew alot of my own, superhots, butch t scorpions, little reds, nagas and bells.

A little hint, unless you want to burn your undies with farts, having a painful churning stomach and lava poop, try and avoid Naga chilli's. Great burn, smokey taste, but deadly in a jerky.
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Re: Jerky

Postby shortcut » Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:18 pm

Birdman85 wrote:Oh and on another note, I was a little bit of a chilli fan when I was into my jerky. Grew alot of my own, superhots, butch t scorpions, little reds, nagas and bells.

A little hint, unless you want to burn your undies with farts, having a painful churning stomach and lava poop, try and avoid Naga chilli's. Great burn, smokey taste, but deadly in a jerky.


“ lava poop” :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:

I make heaps of jerky out of roo and venison and use a pretty similar recipe.

Another favourite with the kids is bacon jerky. Just get the cheapest bulk pack of bacon and lightly sprinkle with pepper, garlic powder and brown sugar. Then just tear it up into smaller pieces and chuck it in the dehydrator. Don’t trim the fat off, that’s the best bit. It’s already cured so don’t add any salt.
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Re: Jerky

Postby Sam. » Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:19 pm

shortcut wrote:" lava poop” :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:


Hope the lava poop wasn't part of the shortcut :)) :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :teasing-tease:
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Re: Jerky

Postby scythe » Tue Jul 31, 2018 8:22 pm

Now bacon jerky sounds like a winner
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Re: Jerky

Postby EziTasting » Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:50 pm

scythe wrote:Now bacon jerky sounds like a winner

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Re: Jerky

Postby Plumby » Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:52 pm

Sam. wrote:
shortcut wrote:" lava poop” :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:


Hope the lava poop wasn't part of the shortcut :)) :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :teasing-tease:

:laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:
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Re: Jerky

Postby EziTasting » Tue Jul 31, 2018 10:01 pm

I’ve been using corned beef.
I know it’s salted, but I rinse it off and let it sit in cold water for half an hour as I find that settles the salt down quite a lot!
We don’t have a ‘local butcher’ so make do with what we get... seems that gets forgotten at times. :teasing-neener:

BTW:
Plumby wrote:
Sam. wrote:
shortcut wrote:" lava poop” :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:


Hope the lava poop wasn't part of the shortcut :)) :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :teasing-tease:

:laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:

:laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:
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Re: Jerky

Postby Dig Brinker » Wed Aug 01, 2018 1:37 am

It’s a pity the camel trains can only bring salt beef & barrels of water in. I thought most of the country was pretty civilised these days :laughing-rolling:

And lava poop was what happened after he lit the fores, wasn’t it?? :laughing-rolling:
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Re: Jerky

Postby shortcut » Thu Aug 02, 2018 10:29 pm

EziTasting wrote:I’ve been using corned beef.
I know it’s salted, but I rinse it off and let it sit in cold water for half an hour as I find that settles the salt down quite a lot!
We don’t have a ‘local butcher’ so make do with what we get... seems that gets forgotten at times. :teasing-neener:

BTW:
Plumby wrote:
Sam. wrote:
shortcut wrote:" lava poop” :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:


Hope the lava poop wasn't part of the shortcut :)) :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :teasing-tease:

:laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:

:laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling: :laughing-rolling:


Next time I shit in a beer carton and set it on fire, I’m not telling you guys about it.
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