Try this marinade recipe and steps to make a wonderful Smoked Beef Jerky right at home. It will be better than any Jerky you have tried before!
Smoked Beef Jerky has been enjoyed for a long time. According to Hi-Country Snack foods website, The word Jerky comes from a South American Native tribe called the Quechua. They called it Ch’arki,, which means to ” burn (meat).” Drying out meat is an age-old process that people used to preserve the meat. Natives and Cowboys dried meat so they could pack it with them and have something to consume in between hunts or herding cattle across the plains. Today we are going to show you our marinade recipe and process to make Smoked Beef Jerky on an upright propane smoker.
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This marinade recipe for Smoked Beef Jerky has a little heat, a little sweet, and a little smoke. I hate to admit it but this 2lb beef roast that I turned into Smoked Jerky was all gone in 3 days. I think that most Americans agree that Jerky is a favorite snack food. It can be good for you too. What makes this recipe so good or what I would call the star of the show is the Pineapple Juice that I use to marinade the meat in. I am telling you this stuff is good!
The recipe for the marinade I made is below. To find out how I smoked the meat, view the video above. If you try this method, please leave us a comment below to let us know what you thought. Thanks for watching and Let’s Get Food Junked!
(n.d.). Retrieved November 28, 2017, from http://www.hicountry.com/from-the-field/history-of-jerky/