Teriyaki Jerky

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Teriyaki Jerky

Post by Devo » Sat Apr 21, 2018 17:47

Hanging from the rack in my bradley smoker. Used toothpicks to hang them. This is my preferred method. Takes longer to hang them but everything gets done at the same time.

Going in for 1 hour at 150F to dry them out some.

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After 1 hour they got 4-5 hours of smoke.

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Not much there but what is there are darn good.

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Teriyaki Jerky for 5 lbs (beef)

3 Tbs non iodized salt
1 tsp cure 1 (5.6gms)
1 Tbs garlic granules
1 Tbs ginger pwder
1 Tbs ground mustard seed
1 Tbs black pepper
1/2 cup red wine
1 cup soy sauce (I used Veri Veri Teriyaki® blend)
4 Tbs worcestershire sauce


Combine all the ingredients, mix well

Add meat to a plastic container with lid or zip lock bag. Pour marinade into meat and combine. Try to keep meat covered with marinade and place in fridge for 8-10 hours or overnight is better. Toss meat strips in marinade every few hours. Next day take meat from marinade (don't rinse it off) place on racks and smoke/dehydrate as normal. (6-8 hours @ 150F)
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Post by Butterbean » Sat Apr 21, 2018 19:18

Looks incredible Devo. I love jerky and you are definitely doing it right.
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Post by redzed » Sun Apr 22, 2018 15:39

Tasty looking jerky Devo! I love the stuff and it does not last long around here when I make it. Great food to throw into a back pack on hike or a long bike ride.
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Post by bolepa » Sun Apr 22, 2018 17:25

Very tasty looking jerky! Teriyaki jerki is my favorite. First time I used 5# of beef and got only slightly more them 2# of jerky - didn't even noticed it because it's gone so fast.... Three weeks ago I made almost 15# and between my relatives and friends (and me of course) - it's all gone!!!
Should I make 50# next time 50# ??!! :-) :-)
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Post by Devo » Sun Apr 22, 2018 19:50

Thanks for the kind words

50 lbs of jerky is about right but around here I would have to go get a loan to buy the beef. LOL
Beef prices are just unreal. When I find a round roast on sale I will turn it into jerky. Round roasts seem to be the cheapest ones to buy around here and are nice and lean.
Now don't get me started on the price of gas, it just went up 20 cents a liter and probably go up even more when the long weekend rolls around in May.
Been retired now 4.5 years and I just might have to go get a job to pay for food and gas. :roll:
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Post by DanMcG » Tue Apr 24, 2018 09:13

Good looking jerky Devo, and thanks for the recipe!
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Post by Kijek » Wed Apr 25, 2018 22:44

Tasty looking devo.
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