How To Make London Broil Jerky: A Complete Guide
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 London Broil Jerky
There are various ways to dehydrate the meat so that it becomes a jerky. You can either use an oven, gas smoker, or food dehydrator. Regardless of which of these heating devices you will choose, you should crank the temperature around 150 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
You might have noticed that the temperature is not as high as other jerky recipes. You have to take note that London broil is a cooked meat already. Therefore, you should not subject it anymore to extreme temperatures. Otherwise, you will get nasty results.
Storing the Jerky
Some of you might not consume the jerky right away. Therefore, you should store this treat in an airtight container to prevent quick spoilage. If you place the container in your refrigerator, the jerkies that are inside it will last for around a month. If you put in the freezer, the jerkies would remain consumable for three to four months.
Jerkies have naturally long lifespans. After all, you have prepared them through dehydration. This particular procedure is a food-preservation method. Specifically, you are removing any liquid that is in the meat so that bacteria and other spoil-causing organisms would have no place to grow anymore.
As you can see, making a London broil jerky is not that difficult. Although it is true that this recipe is quite new, it is not really in the realms of the impossible. Just take time for preparing this delicious treat. I am sure that you can make your own jerky as long as you have followed the instructions that I have given you!
Of course, it is also necessary that you have pick only the freshest of ingredients out there. Your delicacy will certainly be delicious and safe if you will do this. Moreover, proper kitchen etiquette and hygiene will easily hamper any instance of foodborne illnesses.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, just feel free to ask me. I am just right here!