I should have started this food dehydrator learning process with jerky. It was so simple to make.
I bought about a pound of pre-cut fajita beef.
Boiled it for about 7 min. in 1 bottle of barbecue sauce and about 1/3 of a cup of Worcestershire sauce.
Patted it dry and placed it in the food dehydrator for about 4 hours.
It’s perfect. Great flavor. Not too tough.
I’m very pleased.
I’m going to try making sweet potato chips tomorrow.
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Excellent post today! I really enjoyed it. I enjoy making great food for my family and friends when they come over for entertainment. Food can also be entertaining in itself. Thanks again for sharing this.
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I’m glad you enjoyed it. I love cooking. You have a great evening.
Yay, for jerky! And to think you started with all the healthy stuff.:)
Yay indeed. It’s almost gone, already.
Shocking, but true.
Calls for a bigger batch next time 😉 It keeps for 3 months in fridge and 1 month in bag in cupboard. just FYI
Yes. A bigger batch, next time. I’m thinking I’ll try turkey next time.