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Beef Jerky

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Added by Fig on 2 February 2014 (0 descendants)

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Beef Jerky - smokey, aromatic and hot.

A perfect snack if you are avoiding carbs.


Makes 40 servings

  • 2kg thin beef flank
  • Crushed coriander seed
  • Crushed cumin seed
  • Mustard powder
  • 4 tsp liquid smoke
  • Smoked sea salt
  • Tabasco
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Soy sauce 100ml
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • Black pepper

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Chop the garlic and mix it in a cup with the soy sauce and 4tsp of Tabasco. Set this to one side.

Grind up the spices together, about 4tsp of each - but enough to evenly cover all the meat.

Cut the beef into thin strips - follow the grain and remove fat as you go.

Dry rub the spices into the beef strips so that there is an even coating.

Put the beef in a dish, then cover with the mix of soy, garlic and Tabasco.

Cover with cling film and leave in the fridge overnight.

To dry the beef out, put the strips over a rack and heat in the oven at 100 degrees for six hours or so.

That's it.

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