Recipe by Kristian and Emily's Mommy
"While messing around one night trying to figure out a new recipe my husband created this and everyone loved it!"
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teriyaki sauce (such as Soy Vay®)
hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco®)
steak sauce (such as A1®)
light brown sugar
ground black pepper, or to taste
flank steak, cut into 1/4 inch slices against the grain
wood chips, or as needed
I TRIED THIS RECIPE WITH MY BIG CHIEF SMOKER AND WOW!!! IT WAS GREAT! I USED SOME APPLEWOOD FOR THE CHIPS AND THAT JUST DID IT. THANKS
If you like a sweeter jerky, you might like this. I prefer a more "store-bought" jerky taste.
Awesome Jerky Marinade! The flavors meld well together. Its a little sweet, a little smokey, and a little spicy. We are very discriminating and this is our family's favorite. We marinate london broil overnight and put in food dehydrator the following day.
I tried this and loved it. Actually what caught my eye, was the fact that you are from Cresent City Ca. I was born in Arcats and lived in Cresent city when I was younger. Went to Pine Grove and St. Josephs. That made me try your recipie! Celeste
yes 5* beef jerky!!!...i followed the ingreds as stated and marinated sliced sirloin steak for about 30 hours...smoked it for about 5-6 hours...i had to use maple chips coz that is all i had for now...PERFECT...dh really liked it!!! will forsure make it again...thanks for sharing this recipe...
This jerky recipe is by far the best I have ever made!
This was the first thing I made in my electric smoker and it was AMAZING! I sliced the meat a little too thick (rookie mistake), but it still didn't last more than 2 hours with just me eating it and I'm not even a big guy. It's not as sweet as you might think, it has just the right blend of flavors. The steak sauce is key! I used A1 and hickory wood chips, smoked at 160 degrees. I will never buy beef jerky again and am going to be making this again this weekend, I am even going to make twice the amount. This is an amazing recipe!
5 stars even though I used this as a 'guide'. I don't own a smoker but use my dehydrator. I cut recipe in 1/2 although I had close to 2 lb rump roast sliced using my electric slicer (crosscut). I used low sodium soy sauce & 1/4 C of Worst. I didn't have the cran/grape juice so used 1/4 C orange juice I had reduced down. Also added tsp of orange and lime zest. Because I don't have a smoker and don't like Teriyaki ~ I subbed that with 1/4 C of Pecan liquid smoke. Didn't have steak sauce so didn't use. I did however throw in onion and garlic powder, red pepper flakes and 1 T of minced Habanero as I like heat. I did mix the marinade and let it sit overnight before adding to sliced up meat in large zip bag. Marinaded meat for 48 hours turning occasionally. Wow! I wrote all this so I'd remember what I did for next time and possibly give others some ideas with this decent jerky marinade you can play with. I really liked my added citrus twang. Wish I had a smoker to 'cook' this jerky in. Thanks K & E's Mommy for the base recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Swen's Smokehouse Beef Jerky
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 42
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