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PreacherTony 06-21-2007 08:45 AM

Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
To all those guys I promised the venison jerky ...... here it is. I reccommend making it exactly like the recipe, with heat, and adjusting to your taste ......
Tony's Venison Jerky

2 cup Worcestershire sauce
2 cup Soy sauce
½ c Liquid Smoke
1 c Red Hot Sauce
6 TB Honey
3 TB Mustard
6 TB Garlic Salt
2 TB Pepper
4 TB Onion Powder
1 c Brown Sugar

To Add HEAT
2 ½ TB Crushed Red Pepper or
¼ c Tabasco sauce

Mix all marinade ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Pour into plastic container and refrigerate until needed. Measure out 2 cups of mixture for every 3# of meat to be marinated. Pour over meat slices that are already in a quart size zip lock bag. Thoroughly wet all sides of meat. Refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours. Rotate bag every few hours, working the marinade over all meat. Drain the meat and spread the meat (be sure to NOT overlap) onto trays in single layers. If using a dehydrator, dry for 4-5 hours, (depending on thickness) checking every 2 hours. Make sure to rotate trays
(bottom to top and flipping the meat as needed), or place trays in the oven and dry at 145"™ for the first 4 hours then set oven to 130"™ until dry( approx. 4-8 hours). Jerky should be hard but not brittle. Blot up any fat that appears with a paper towel. * For a chewy texture, slice the meat with the grain, or across the grain for a more tender jerky.

LittleChief 06-21-2007 08:47 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Thanks! Now I can try it. I've been saving some good cuts just for this.

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 08:49 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Johnny ...... everyone that has tried it up here, says it's the best they have ever had .... make it with the heat!!! It's not too hot and it adds great flavor .....

LittleChief 06-21-2007 09:03 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
I'll do that. Thanks again.

NEW61375 06-21-2007 09:24 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Sounds great Preach. I am not usually too fond of jerky recipes with a lot of"wet" seasonings but I will definitely give this one a try. I like to use the red pepper for heat as well. Have you ever tried powdered Red Pepper instead of the crushed? I use that and I sprinkle it right on top about 1/2 way through the dehydrating, adds great flavor and plenty of heat. How many pounds of meat is this recipe good for(approx)?

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 09:39 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: NEW61375

Sounds great Preach. I am not usually too fond of jerky recipes with a lot of"wet" seasonings but I will definitely give this one a try.
This dries pretty good .... when it's done, I put it in a paper bag


I like to use the red pepper for heat as well. Have you ever tried powdered Red Pepper instead of the crushed? I use that and I sprinkle it right on top about 1/2 way through the dehydrating, adds great flavor and plenty of heat.
I have, and I love it that way as well ..... I like using tabasco over the red pepper flakes.Notice how muchred hot sauce is used to give it the red pepper flavor as well ...... my mouth is watering! :D


How many pounds of meat is this recipe good for(approx)?
I believe the recipe will yeild 6#s of jerky..... the stuff lasts forever in the fridge .....

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 09:44 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
You macho guys out there could use habanero sauce to really kick it up a notch .... yaknow, you that shoot over 55#s ;)

bloodcrick 06-21-2007 11:48 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Thanks Tony, im always up for trying new recipies. sounds delish!!
BAM!!!:D:D:D

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 01:59 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Mayk shurewe guyz and galz that trie this resipee reeport bak :D

LebeauHunter 06-21-2007 02:05 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Thanks PT,

Always looking for something to do with the meat after the season.
Don't want to buy a dehydrator yet, but wanted to make some jerky.

Like with most things, I wont say anything if good and will take all the credit, but if it sucks, well . . .
you'll be hearing from me.

peakrut 06-21-2007 02:07 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Ya Hey Der, ya

ORIGINAL: PreacherTony

Mayk shurewe guyz and galz that trie this resipee reeport bak :D

GMMAT 06-21-2007 02:09 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
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PreacherTony 06-21-2007 02:10 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: LebeauHunter

Thanks PT,

Always looking for something to do with the meat after the season.
Don't want to buy a dehydrator yet, but wanted to make some jerky.

Like with most things, I wont say anything if good and will take all the credit, but if it sucks, well . . .
you'll be hearing from me.
I have only made this recipe in a dehydrator ..... the key to great jerky is temperature control .... to hot, and you cook it .. not hot enough, it takes forever. If you have a smoker, lighten up on the liquid smoke a little .....

BTW .... I bought my dehydrator at a garage sale for around $10 ....

one more thing .... most ovens do not go below 170 degrees, making it tough to make jerky in ....

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 02:13 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: PEAKRUT

Ya Hey Der, ya

ORIGINAL: PreacherTony

Mayk shurewe guyz and galz that trie this resipee reeport bak :D

LOL...uh....Tony.....your knot goood at this .... I cany evir figyour owt wht yer triing ta sey

peakrut 06-21-2007 02:16 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Um I am da cheesehead

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 02:16 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: GMMAT

Eye no Aisle bee Macon thee dear thee weigh ewe due.

Know weigh ides knot leased dew a dear oar too inn a knew weigh. Mayonnaise a lottery visions eye knead two a tempt. Derby won eye no.
Jeff .... jerky is the FASTEST way to see your deer vanish! I usually do at least one whole deer in jerky .... most of it anyway. I can't ever bring myself to do the backstraps that way .... they're too yummy fried in bacon grease or butter ...

TexasOaks 06-21-2007 06:23 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
I love my jerky. Thanks PT

Windwalker7 06-21-2007 06:36 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Sounds good and I will give that a try.

Just one question, is that dry mustard or mustard from a bottle?

PreacherTony 06-21-2007 09:37 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: Windwalker7

Sounds good and I will give that a try.

Just one question, is that dry mustard or mustard from a bottle?
Bottled mustard, WW ..... you could use dry if you'd like ..... I like using bottled since I can use a spicy one ... but that's me.:)



PreacherTony 08-23-2007 08:48 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
I am bumping this due to the PM's I received .......


ENJOY :)

WARedBear 08-23-2007 09:00 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
What about ground meat. I have a dehydrator and I take the pieces parts left over and grind them and then I use a jerky gun to make nice 1/4"x1" pieces. What is a good recipe for this kind of jerky? Can I use this recipe but cut down on how much I add to the meat? I don't want liquid jerky? What would be a good amount to add to a pound of hamburger jerky?

Waiting
Reid

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 09:04 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
You would just mix in an amount sufficient enough to be able to form the burger in a ball ... remember, the meat doesn't absorb liquid .... this would be supr potent with burger .....hmmmmmm

bhunter50 08-23-2007 09:11 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
sounds excellent, can't wait to try it, got to get some jerky ready for the season!! thanks tony!!!

davepjr71 08-23-2007 09:41 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Tony,

Thank a lot for posting this.I take back half of the bad things I've said about you.;)

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 09:43 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
You are welcome guys .... please let me know what you think ..




PreacherTony’s Venison Jerky

2 c Worcestershire sauce
2c cup Soy sauce
½ c Liquid Smoke
1 c Red Hot Sauce
6 TB Honey
3 TB Mustard
6 TB Garlic Salt
2 TB Pepper
4 TB Onion Powder
1 c Brown Sugar
To Add HEAT[/b]
2 ½ TB Crushed Red Pepper or
¼ c Tabasco sauce


Mix all marinade ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Pour into plastic container and refrigerate until needed. Measure out 2 cups of mixture for every 3# of meat to be marinated. Pour over meat slices that are already in a quart size zip lock bag. Thoroughly wet all sides of meat. Refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours. Rotate bag every few hours, working the marinade over all meat. Drain the meat and spread the meat (be sure to NOT overlap) onto trays in single layers. If using a dehydrator, dry for 4-5 hours, (depending on thickness) checking every 2 hours. Make sure to rotate trays
(bottom to top and flipping the meat as needed), or place trays in the oven and dry at 145’ for the first 4 hours then set oven to 130’ until dry( approx. 4-8 hours). Jerky should be hard but not brittle. Blot up any fat that appears with a paper towel. * For a chewy texture, slice the meat with the grain, or across the grain for a more tender jerky.


hardcorehunter 08-23-2007 10:08 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
Cool. I am bringing my smoker back from IA in a couple of weeks and Ihave tons of deer meat and lots of free time right now. I am going to be a jerky making fool.

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 10:14 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
Y'all that make up a bunch of that jerky feel free to ship the author of the recipe some :)

Bailsuk 08-23-2007 10:18 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
Nice one , i'm always looking for something new to try and this sounds Delicious .

Thanks for sharing it with us .

Dave

ladybowhntr 08-23-2007 10:20 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
Is the mustard dry or liquid? Sounds like a great recipe. I'll try it next time I make some. Have a ton of jerky all ready for this season. But in the dead of winter, when the season is over, I'll be making more. Thanks Tony.

r33h 08-23-2007 10:20 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
I will have to give this a try...thanks for sharing!!

hardcorehunter 08-23-2007 10:29 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: PreacherTony

Y'all that make up a bunch of that jerky feel free to ship the author of the recipe some :)
Give you all you can eat for free, you have to visit in person though.:D

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 10:34 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: ladybowhntr

Is the mustard dry or liquid? Sounds like a great recipe. I'll try it next time I make some. Have a ton of jerky all ready for this season. But in the dead of winter, when the season is over, I'll be making more. Thanks Tony.
Debbie, I use liquid ..... you can use whatever flavor you like .... dry works as well, but liquid is more versatile.

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 10:38 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: hardcorehunter


ORIGINAL: PreacherTony

Y'all that make up a bunch of that jerky feel free to ship the author of the recipe some :)
Give you all you can eat for free, you have to visit in person though.:D
Don, have me out for one of your video shoots ......:D

Dr Andy 08-23-2007 10:51 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
Okay, you win Iron Chef Venison!!!!

finner 08-23-2007 10:57 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
I was just thinking about making a batch of jerky too. this recipe sounds good, ill have to give a try, thanks tony.

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 11:08 AM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
you are all very welcome .... this is a chewy sweet, spicy, totally addicting recipe ........remember ..... you have been warned!!! :D


JA = Jerkyholics Anonymous [8D]

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 05:23 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
I'll bump this one more time for the guys who log on after work and actually do what they get paid for :D

PreacherTony’s Venison Jerky

2 c Worcestershire sauce
2c cup Soy sauce
½ c Liquid Smoke
1 c Red Hot Sauce
6 TB Honey
3 TB Mustard
6 TB Garlic Salt
2 TB Pepper
4 TB Onion Powder
1 c Brown Sugar
To Add HEAT[/b]
2 ½ TB Crushed Red Pepper or
¼ c Tabasco sauce


Mix all marinade ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Pour into plastic container and refrigerate until needed. Measure out 2 cups of mixture for every 3# of meat to be marinated. Pour over meat slices that are already in a quart size zip lock bag. Thoroughly wet all sides of meat. Refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours. Rotate bag every few hours, working the marinade over all meat. Drain the meat and spread the meat (be sure to NOT overlap) onto trays in single layers. If using a dehydrator, dry for 4-5 hours, (depending on thickness) checking every 2 hours. Make sure to rotate trays
(bottom to top and flipping the meat as needed), or place trays in the oven and dry at 145’ for the first 4 hours then set oven to 130’ until dry( approx. 4-8 hours). Jerky should be hard but not brittle. Blot up any fat that appears with a paper towel. * For a chewy texture, slice the meat with the grain, or across the grain for a more tender jerky.


arkansasbowhunter 08-23-2007 05:34 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 
the 1 c of red hot sauce is that tabasco?

Mr. Longbeard 08-23-2007 05:38 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My Bow Hunting Friends
 
Eastmans Jerky mix;)Another MLB BKS

PreacherTony 08-23-2007 05:38 PM

RE: Venison Jerky Recipe For My BowHunting Friends
 

ORIGINAL: arkansasbowhunter

the 1 c of red hot sauce is that tabasco?
No sir .... that would curl your toenails .......ewwwww ..... anyway, look for a Frank's Red Hot Sauce ... I think it's made with cayanne peppers and vinegar ..... it's not real hot, but the flavor is awesome!


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