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    Default Making deer jerky in an electric smoker

    I'm guetting myself an electric smoker, and I've heard you can amke jerky in there, and I just so happen to have some frozen venison strips lying around.

    So how do you guys suggest I go about?

    Thanks,
    Paul.

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    Ummm.... I cannot believe that you didn't get a response....

    I'll give you the recipe I use with my electric. I have the option if using smoke or not. I use liquid moke instead of burning wood.

    This is about the correct recipe since I don't measure anything.

    Per pound of sliced (not ground) meat:

    1/2 cup teriyake sauce
    1/2 cup soy sauce
    1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
    1 teaspoon of garlic powder
    A couple of good dashes of a good hot sauce, whichever your favorite is
    1/4 cup of brown sugar
    1 tablespoon of liquid smoke

    Mix ingredients well in a sauce pan on low heat to melt the sugar.
    Let it cool in the fridge for a bit.

    Marinade the meat in the cooled mixture for a good 24-48 hours in the fridge. Keep turning/stirring it to keep it mixed.

    Put it in the smoker on low until the jerkey is dried but not 'crisp'....

    You can also add a variety of things like A1 steak sauce, BQ sauce, etc.... Experiment.... You can also use a dehydrator or oven since you are using liquid smoke in the marinade.

    The only 'trick' is to be sure your meat is sliced thin and don't over-cook or over-dry it.

    This also works great with a good cut of beef like a round roast or sirloin.

    Ron
    Proud member of the F.B.S.A.

    Official turkey baster and member of the FBSA R-100 eating team....

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    sounds good to me

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    Default New Hunter

    I have recently started to go out hunting . I am very eager to make good things with the games that I manage to catch . It is really disturbing to find out that the game that was caught does not taste very great .
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    Default New Hunter , Want Good Tasting Games

    I have recently started to go out hunting . I am very eager to make good things with the games that I manage to catch . It is really disturbing to find out that the game that was caught does not taste very great .
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