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5 Homemade Jerky Recipes

Make your own homemade jerky with these five recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Beef jerky is a great snack for camping, hiking or just enjoying at home. If you’ve ever thought about making jerky at home, it’s actually pretty easy. You can make turkey jerky, beef jerky and even chicken jerky. Some recipes call for a food dehydrator, while others simply need your oven. Use these five delicious recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet to get started.

5 Homemade Jerky Recipes
From beef jerky to chicken jerky, you can make spicy, flavorful jerky right at home. Use these five recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet to get started.

1. Dr. Pepper Jalapeno Beef Jerky

Combine sweet and spicy with this beef jerky recipe from Hey Grill Hey. Beef eye of round roast is sliced thinly, and soaked overnight in a marinade made with Dr. Pepper, jalapenos and other spices. You can make this recipe in your oven or you can use a smoker for a smokier, fuller flavor. Plus, the jerky lasts up to two weeks if you store it in the fridge.

2. Chili Lime Beef Jerky

Add a spicy kick to your homemade jerky with this recipe from Paleo Hacks. Once again, you’ll be marinating beef overnight. The marinade combines chilis, olive oil, limes, red wine vinegar and Tamari. When you’re ready to cook, simply heat your oven to 200°F and cook for about two hours. Top off the jerky with more Tamari, lime juice and chili for a great glaze.

3. Venison Deer Jerky

Whether you’re a hunter, or you just like the taste of venison, you can make delicious venison deer jerky with this recipe from Homesteading. The venison deer jerky can be made with a variety of marinades – create your own unique flavor. It can also be cooked in the oven or a food dehydrator, making this a truly versatile venison jerky recipe.

4. Buffalo Chicken Jerky

Most homemade jerky recipes you find are for beef. This recipe from Fast Paleo is for chicken jerky – with a hot buffalo twist. This simple recipe is made using a jerky gun and a food dehydrator. If you don’t have a jerky gun, you can hand-cut the chicken into strips to make the buffalo chicken jerky.

5. Herbed Ground Turkey Jerky

Turn ground turkey into homemade jerky with this recipe from Affairs of Living. The low-fat, gluten-free recipe is easy to make using a jerky gun and a food dehydrator. You can make about 20 strips of turkey jerky, flavored with a variety of spices and soy sauce.

Making your own jerky is easy with the right equipment from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. For more recipes and tips on using food dehydrators, visit our In the Kitchen blog.


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