Hawaiian Jerky | Old English | Old Fashioned

Hawaiian

•1 lb Lean meat, thinly sliced
•1 ts Salt
•1 ts Ground ginger
•1 tb Brown sugar
•1/4 ts Pepper
•1/8 ts Cayenne pepper
•1/4 c Pineapple juice
•1/4 c Soy sauce

General jerky method: All recipes use 1 lb lean meat, thinly sliced,
(3/16-1/4 in thick) In a small glass bowl, combine all ingredients except
meat. stir to mix well. PLace meat 3-4 layers deep in a container, spooning
sauce mixture over each layer. Cover tightly and marinate 6-12 hours in the
'fridge, stirring occasionly and keeping the mixture covered. Layout on trays,
24 to 36 hours in a dehydrator. I used a couple of cans pineapple chunks with
the juice in the sauce.

Old English

•2/3 cup of Worcester shire sauce
•1 Teaspoon of black pepper
•2/3 cup of Soy sauce
•1 Teaspoon each of garlic and onion powder (not salt!)
•1 Tablespoon salt
•Optional: 1 Tablespoon of Liquid Smoke

This amount of sauce is sufficient for three pounds of meat or about
20 - 25 strips, more than the average oven can handle which will dry to 18
ounces or so. Now, put it all together in a gallon-size zip-lock bag and marinate
overnight in the refrigerator. Next day, stretch meat out on paper towels to drain
while you clean the top oven rack. Place a sheet of aluminum foil on lower rack
to aid in clean-up. Set oven at lowest temperature setting to dry meat. Crack
open the oven door to allow moisture to escape. (Smaller pieces will be dry in
about 2-1/2 hours - larger pieces may take 4-5.) Drying times vary due to oven
differences and meat size.



Old Fashioned

•2 pounds low fat meat
•half cup soy sauce
•half cup brown sugar
•quarter cup worstechier
•2 tablespoons liquid smoke
•1 tablespoon chilli powder
•1 teaspoon garlic salt,

Ensure all the meat is covered in the marinade. Marinade meat in refrigerator for
24 hours. Lay all of the meat onto the dehydrater racks. sprinkle black pepper on
top while wet. Let dehydrate till it's tough, slightly brittle, and there is no
pink inside. It takes me about 12 hours.

Garlic salt, Pizza seasoning, Italian seasoning, lemon pepper, crushed red pepper
chili powder, pineapple juice, are all good things to add to jerky recipes