Monday, January 23, 2012

BBQ Beef Jerky



Dehydration Assignment

BBQ Beef Jerky Recipe

By: Alicia and Taylor

January 23rd 2012







RATE YOUR RECIPE: (ARROW POINTING TOWARDS OUR RATING)
□ - Maybe not
□ - Okay
□ - Good
□ - Excellent <-------


INGREDIENTS
· 2 tablespoons brown sugar
· 2 tablespoons worcestershire
· 2/3 cup ketchup
· pinch onion powder
· pinch garlic powder
· pinch salt
· pinch pepper
· pinch bbq seasoning
· 1 pound sirloin steak


INSTRUCTIONS
1. Slice your meat ¼ inch thick.
2. Mix ketchup with brown sugar and worcestershire.
3. Brush onto meat.
4. Sprinkle onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper on meat.
5. Sprinkle lots of bbq seasoning on meat.
6. Dehydrate for 6-18 hours, cook at 140՞, and flip trays every hour.


When picking our dehydration assignment and thinking about what we were considering on doing, we had to consider the time limit. When we saw beef jerky we thought to ourselves “wow, that would be so tasty, and it only takes 6 hours!” In our assignment, we wouldn’t of done anything differently because ours was very successful. Some were harder than others, but they all tasted amazing. All in all we were very satisfied with our results and would eat that on day to day bases.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

http://beefjerkyrecipes.com/jerky-recipes/dehydration/

http://beefjerkyrecipes.com/jerky-recipes/meat-type/beef-jerky-recipes/bbq-3000-beef-jerky-recipe/

1 comment:

  1. Hello, your post pleased me so much.I just made my first beef jerky using your recipe... well, it's in the oven now, gotta wait another 7 hours for it! But seriously it smells SO GOOD my entire kitchen just has that lovely jerky smell.Can't wait to taste it when it comes out of the oven!I didn't use all your ingredients, cause i live in England and our supermarkets don't sell stuff, so i had to improvise and get the closest thing!
    Rimi from Beef Jerky Store

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