"This jerky tastes just like the store bought kind. If you like those kinds, you'll enjoy this very much. Use Hickory smoked flavoring instead, if you'd like." — KAPRER
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beef eye of round sliced into 1/4 inch strips
packed brown sugar
mesquite flavored liquid smoke concentrate
This was my first attempt at jerky and the family really liked it. I would suggest using garlic powder though instead of minced garlic. The minced leaves little clumps of garlic on your meat.
This was very good - I smoked the meat in a real smoker which added even more flavor - YUM!!!
Made this exactly as written (I believe if you are going to rate something you must make it that way). Great flavor, however I like peppered jerky, next time I will add lots of pepper. First to the marinade, then again after I put it on the racks. All in all, a great starter to model to your own taste.
i doubled the recipe and used venison and it was out of sight!!!!
my husband and I have tried a few recipes, this was by far our favorite.. great flavor and smells awesome while it's dehydrating.
I'm not quite sure how it tastes yet (I'll update as it's done), but the smell of it is heavenly. It was very easy to put together, and now the hard part is waiting for it to cook! Update: Absolutely love it. Didn't change a thing, and it's wonderful. The flavor is great, but I wouldn't call it the "store bought" taste.
Great recipe, but I found the soy sauce + salt overpowering. Next time I'll omit the sale, cut down the soy & add in some hot sauce.
i tried this it was really good but you should of used garlic powder than minced garlic
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