|Kentucky Always in Season|
|by Greta Hipp Burkhart|
KENTUCKY Always in Season recreates heirloom recipes into dishes for today's cook.
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Mix all ingredients ... trays of your dehydrator to cover each ... even drying time for all the trays. ... pieces of drying jerky, or even ... up to 2 months.
Remove all fat ... the above sauce for at least 1 ... and place on dehydrator trays. Do not ... bends like a willow without breaking. Store in refrigerator.
Use 1/2 to ... pound of meat. Let marinate for 24 hours, pat dry and pepper. Dehydrate at about 123 degrees, about 8 to 11 hours depending on size of meat.
You will need a dehydrator for this recipe. I use a Nesco Professional Food & Jerky Dehydrator that I ... shorter time to dehydrate, less than 12 hours.
In case you ... Give ample time for meat to absorb ... baking. With all Jerky recipes, cut meat ... about 8-12 hours. Dehydrator is best for ... hours in a dehydrator.
Start with several ... will make the jerky spicier and crisper, ... at room temperature for at least an ... place in a dehydrator. Spread them ... becomes more uniform throughout.
Combine all ingredients ... Remove meat to dehydrator racks, do not ... 145 degrees (High) for 4 to 6 hours. Drying time will depend on thickness of the meat.
Slice meat thin ... taste (optional). Marinate for 3 to 4 ... trays of a food dehydrator and cook for ... market that has a blower fan and works real well.
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