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ground black pepper
liquid smoke flavoring
hot pepper sauce
venison, cut into 1/4 thick strips
This was very good - I have to admit though, that I'm always looking to find ways to use less salt so I used granulated garlic and Bragg Soy substitute. I also used more hot pepper sauce (tabasco) as we like it spicy. It's also much easier to slice the roast if it's partially frozen making the slices more even. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
this was very good, I used it for goose jerky. I left out the liquid smoke, and used the smoker. Racks were full 4 hrs at 160 degrees. I can't wait to try it on deer.
This was one of the best jerky I have ever tasted. Hubby thought it was a little too sweet for him. He doesn't really care for sweet jerky much but I thought it was just amazing. I did use the same marinade which I put in the fridge a second time the following day to make more deer jerky and hubby really liked it. He said the flavors weren't as "intense". Thank you so much for this recipe.
We made this recipes for our whole family EVERYONE loved it !!!! Even my kids :) It was spicy and sweet at the same time. My husband and I cooked it in the oven and it turned out wonderful. Thank You !!!!!
SO yummy! I marinated it for two days and then hung it in the oven to dry out. I used sriracha hot sauce and they were a tiny bit too spicy and I'm a huge fan of spice so that's saying something. Already planning on making another batch this weekend!
I made this Jerky today. Took it to a Football party. They couldn't get enough of them. Asked me to make more. They are Awesome! Debbie (Sarnia, Ontario)
My husband hunts and I was looking for a way to prepare all the meat since I don't like venison AT ALL. I made this and it was gone in ten minutes! All my husband buddies from the hunt camp now give me their lean venison so I can make this jerky! You won't even know its venison! I added 1 tsp cayenne and it's perfect! I've also used moose and bison with this recipe,
This was a huge hit when I made this for my hubby and his brother. It has just the right blend of sweet and heat.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sweet and Spicy Venison Jerky
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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