How to Make a Simple Goat Jerky Recipe
We are not just satisfied with the ordinary meat for our jerkies, aren't we? That's why we just keep on exploring until we got the best piece that can satisfy our peculiar tastes.
Just recently, my friend delivered a fresh pack of Chevon to my doorsteps. "Goat meat?" My eldest kid asked. "Yes. And today, we will make a jerky out of a goat meat." I simply answered.
Well, I am new to making goat jerkies. Just like my predicament when I encountered the pheasant meat, I was really taken aback with the idea of making a jerky out of a goat. It is not that I am new to this ingredient.
In fact, I have already tried making goat curry and stew. It is just that I have no clear idea what to expect from making goat jerky.
But since I have already promised my kids to a goat jerky treat, there was no point in retreating anymore. Besides, I always uphold my pride as a home chef. I don't really back down when it comes to cooking challenges!
To cut the long story short, I made a goat jerky with the standard recipe I use for my beef or bacon jerky. I really wanted to try the spicy version. However, I found it difficult since I don't know how the spicy taste would react to the meat of the goat. Fortunately, my kids loved it. Therefore, I think what I did is great!
A Quick Detour
Of course, I would share my goat jerky recipe to you. But first, I have to make sure that you already know what you are doing. If you are new to creating jerkies, then there are few guides that I want you to check out.
First, you need to know how to choose the ideal cuts for making a jerky. In this way, you can dry your jerky at a much effective rate.
Second, you have to understand the general process of making a jerky. As a matter of fact, you can actually use any types of meat for jerkies. As long as you got the right recipe, any meat should work. This reality makes things a lot exciting since you can exercise your creativity in the kitchen.
But then again, I have to emphasize that cooking is a science. If you want the perfect output that could satisfy your tummy, you need to be exact on a lot of things. Do you know how long you should smoke a jerky if you are using a smoker? Do you know how to tell if the jerky is already done? Getting right on these aspects could serve as the thin line between a tasty jerky to a bad one.
I always apply these simple but practical procedures to ensure that my cooking won't go off. I have kids that have sensitive tongues. Therefore, they can really determine the slight nuances on my dishes. But trust me. It is not much of a hassle. You can always incorporate fun and precision in the kitchen.
What are the ingredients that you need to create a fine and tasty goat jerky? Here are they:
When all of these procedures are over, your goat is quite ready for consumption. You can determine if a piece of meat is already a jerky if it has a chewable and lean texture. It should break if you bend it. If you noticed that there are still liquid residues that are coming from the meat, return it to your oven. It is not ready yet.
I would never bother you anymore. Let your tummy be the judge to the quality of your cooking! Moreover, do not ever forget to share!
There is a good possibility that you can consume all the jerky in just one sitting. Therefore, there is a need for you to learn the proper preservation method of jerkies. Fortunately, the process is not that complicated.
Just store the remaining jerky in an airtight container. If you put the container in a fridge, it would last for at least five days. But if you will place it in a freezer, it could survive for at one to two months.
Learning how to make a goat jerky is pretty similar to other types of jerky recipes. You just need to prepare the best and finest ingredients for the tastiest and freshest results! Specifically, always pick the right cut for the goat (the ones with less fat) so that you can prepare the jerky easily.
Did you learn from this article? What are your thoughts about my goat jerky recipe? If you have any questions, just feel free to ask me in the comment section below. Enjoy cooking!