First Tracks: Jerky Making

Campfire Eats, Misc.
We love jerky; we love it on the trail, we love in our house, we love it when we are driving in our car from our house to get on the trail.  If you’re like us, and can get your hands on a dehydrator, this super easy recipe might be for you.  A disclaimer: while we are all about making our own marinades, rubs, etc… when something is done well for you, there is no need to screw with it.  Soy Vay is by far the best teriyaki flavor for meat (poultry, beef, pork, fish) we have ever come across and thus we use it.  Feel free to judge but, you’re the one missing out.
Homemade Jerky 1
Nesco Dehydrator
2lb London Broil (yields 3/4 lb jerky)
Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki
So easy!  First, take your cut of meat and put in the freezer for a couple hours, this will make it easier to slice thin.  Once the meat is a bit more firm, not frozen all the way, slice it into 1/4″ strips.  From there marinate your strips in Soy Vay – Veri Veri Teriyaki overnight.
Next, you will lay out your marinated strips on your dehydrator trays and dehydrate at 160 degrees for 10-12 hours taking a paper towel and soaking up any moisture periodically as the meat dries.  That’s it, that’s all. Take it out and enjoy it, we aren’t sure how long it keeps, but chances are it won’t last that long anyway.

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