Lately, I have been receiving messages regarding the possibility of using London broil as a jerky meat. For those of you who are not quite familiar with this ingredient, London broil is a type of beef delicacy. It has been marinated and broiled until it becomes edible and palpable to the tongue.
Because of this, people are baffled if you can still convert this meat delicacy into a jerky. Even I was skeptic about this at first. But later on, I was able to experiment with this recipe. In short, I was successful in making a London broil jerky. Surprisingly, it was not as difficult as I thought to be.
Of course, I am a benevolent person. Therefore, I will be sharing this recipe with you. All you need to do is to acquire all the ingredients that I have listed in this article. Do not also forget that you need some tools to make this jerky. Let's get started!
How to make deer jerky in a smoker? If you are a fan of venison and smoking, this particular jerky recipe might the best news that you will ever hear. Of course, there are various ways you can make a jerky, especially involving deer meat. I have already shown you a jerky recipe that involves ground jerky meat.
But what makes smoking special? Well, the heat that comes from the smoking process is actually a good means to dehydrate food. It can dry and preserve the meat without having to worry that it will remove the nutrients of the meat. Well, venisons are extra rich in protein and other essential minerals. Having them in your snack time is a huge plus already!
Fortunately, making a deer jerky in a smoker is not that difficult. As long as you have an electric or gas smoker, this recipe is very doable. If you are clueless about this, then I will be the one who will teach you the ropes! Let's get started!
There are some instances that we tend to get sick out of the conventional meals out there. Even recipes made from venison (deer meat) has become a common sight, especially in specialty restaurants.
Of course, I am always searching for alternatives. That's why I tried making the infamous ground venison jerky recipe. One of my friends who is into big games told me that this particular dish is quite popular, especially among the hunters. It somehow piqued my interest, considering that I am a big jerky fan.
The good news is that this particular recipe is not that hard to make. As long as you got the right condiments and spices, you can actually make this food anytime you want. In fact, you can turn it into a commercial business once you can get the hang of it.
In this article, I will show you how to make a ground venison jerky. Take note that there are various variations of this recipe. This one that I will teach you is a self-made recipe. Therefore, you have the freedom to alter it, depending on your preferences.
Sometimes, the tastiest of delicacies are derived from the most unexpected ingredients. In the previous posts I made, I highlighted some jerky recipes that are made from bear, buffalo, and squirrel meat.
Of course, they are all delicious and appetite-worthy treats. This time, I will give another exotic jerky variant. And that is the moose jerky.
A moose meat is actually a good choice. It imbibes the same taste like beef, which makes its flavor acceptable to any simple palettes. Moreover, it has more protein content compared to the generic cow meat.
Therefore, it is a great treat for athletes and bodybuilders. Despite this, a moose meat is still not fatty. Specifically, a 100-gram moose meat only has 1.2 milligrams of fat, which is way lesser than the 28 grams of fat that a 100-gram beef has.Continue reading
What is a gluten free beef jerky? Is this jerky a plausible recipe? Well, you have to read on to know the answer. Let's get started!
Nobody can just throw off the idea of making a gluten free delicacy. If you are a person that suffers from gluten intolerance, then it is pretty important that you avoid food that contains this particular protein.
Of course, treats like beef jerky is rich in protein. But do not confuse that the protein that it contains is gluten. Technically speaking, beef and other types of meat are naturally free from this component. This is the biggest reason why many dieticians recommend jerkies for those who want to have a gluten-free diet.Continue reading