Mesquite Smoked Jerky

Mesquite Smoked Jerky

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"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."

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  1. In a shallow glass baking dish, stir together the soy sauce, brown sugar, liquid smoke, paprika, garlic, and salt. Lay the meat strips in the liquid in a single layer. Cover the dish, and refrigerate for at least 6 hours.
  2. Arrange strips of beef in a dehydrator, and let dry for 6 hours, or to desired dryness.
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TIMMEL1
12/2/2003

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.

funfastfish
5/10/2008

This was very good - I smoked the meat in a real smoker which added even more flavor - YUM!!!

Michael D.
3/15/2011

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.